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Saturday, 16 May 2020

Brazil has the most airports after America

Brazil has the most airports after America

Brazil is the largest country in South America. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil and most people of Brazil speak only Portuguese. Portugal claimed the land of Brazil in the year 1500. The Declaration of Independence was made in 1822. Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world by both land area and population. The capital of Brazil is Brasilia, while the largest city is São Paulo. Other major cities include Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and Fortaleza. In Brazil, people drive on the right side of the road. Brazil has a large coastline in the eastern part of South America, with a length of 7,491 kilometers. Brazil shares a border with all South American countries except Chile and Ecuador.

The Amazon River flows through Brazil, it is the second longest river in the world. About 60% of the Amazon rainforest is located in Brazil. Football is Brazil's most popular sport in which the Brazilian national team is one of the best teams in the world, setting a record for winning the Football World Cup 5 times. There is an island in Brazil where a large number of snakes are found, here 5 snakes are found on every square meter. That is why it is also called snake island and common people are not allowed to go here. The largest species of monkeys is found in Brazil. Brazil's railway network is the 10th largest railway network in the world and the third largest road network in the world. There is a community in Brazil named Bororo and the special thing about this community is that everyone of this community has a blood group O. The biggest drought in the history of Brazil so far was in 1877–79 and it killed about 5 lakh people.

After America, Brazil is the second country to have the highest number of airports in the world. Brazil is the first South American country to admit women for the first time in the 1980s. The green color inscribed on the Brazilian flag marks the forests of Brazil, the yellow color mineral deposits and the blue circle and star on the morning when Brazil was liberated on 15 November 1889.

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