The official language of Brazil is Portuguese. The country has two national official languages, as stated in the Constitution: Portuguese (Article 225) and African languages (Article 215). But, in practice, only Portuguese is used for documents in courts and local governments and by the federal government. In states where at least 50% of the population confesses one of the minority languages, then it can be used as an alternative to Portuguese, according to Article 216(III), not really implemented in practice so far though.
The Portuguese language is the official language in Brazil, but there are also more than 200 indigenous languages spoken here. It’s believed that around 1,000 languages were spoken across this country before Europeans arrived – and many have died out since but some survive.
Brazil is a country in South America, the largest country in Latin America and the fifth largest country in the world. Its capital is Brasilia, its most populated city is São Paulo and its official languages are Portugues and Spanish.
Brasil is a country of continental proportions, characterized by both large cities and vast rural areas. Its capital city, Brasília, was built from scratch in order to house the administrative functions of the country. But no matter where you go in Brazil … whether it’s to Rio de Janeiro or Salvador, São Paulo or Manaus … there will always be an exciting adventure awaiting you!
Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in both South America and Latin America. It is the world’s fifth largest country, both by geographical area and by population. With a total area of 8,514,877 square kilometres (3,287,956 sq mi), Brazil is divided into five regions: Centro-Oeste (Central West), Nordeste ( Northeast), Sudeste (Southeast), Sul (South), and Norte (North).
Brazil, a tropical country in South America. Brazil covers almost half the continent. Its Atlantic coast is approximately 26,000 km (16,000 miles) long and its southern coast is almost 23,000 km (14,500 miles). The population is about 11 percent urbanized, with four cities – Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador da Bahia and Belo Horizonte – having more than 1 million people each.
Brazil is a land of beauty, passion and diversity. Located in South America, this journey through the most incredible places on earth will take you to the heart of the Amazon Rainforest and through the pristine beaches of Rio de Janeiro
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