Brazil Facts – 115 Fascinating Facts About Brazil
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Facts on Brazil
The world’s largest tropical forest park called the Tumucumaque National park is in Brazil inside the Amazon Rainforest.
Brazil has the greatest variety of animals in the world.
Southeastern Brazil is the country’s industrial capital covering only 11 percent but housing 43% of its population.
Brazil is the South America’s most industrial nation.
Real is the currency of Brazil.
Brazil had a female president Dilma Rousseff from 2011 to 2016.
Pico de Neblina is the highest mountain in Brazil with 2,994 m high.
Brazil hosted the Olympics in 2016.
“Orde e Progresso” is the motto of the country; it means “order and progress”.
Sao Vicnete is the oldest city in Brazil.