Brazil is a great country, which occupies almost a half of South America. In the north, west and south it is bordered by all South American countries, except Chile and Ecuador. In the east it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean which results in many kilometers of picturesque beaches and fashionable resorts. Here are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The territory of Brazil is larger than the territory of all European countries combined. It is a friendly nation, always ready to show the visitors the beauty and rich heritage of their country or city.

Rio de Janeiro is the former capital and the most visited city in Brazil. There is a huge statue of Jesus Christ on Corcovado mountain, which is a part of Tijuca National Park. The statue, the Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Indian history, the former imperial palace Quinta da Boa Vista, the Museum of the Republic, buildings of colonial architecture, and the beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and Lebnon are the best things which one can come across when visiting Rio. It will be interesting to see the botanical garden, which hosts more than 7,000 plants from around the world, the local zoo, the world's largest stadium Maracana, and Guanabara Bay, famous for its extraordinary beauty.

The nightlife in Rio de Janeiro is a special world. Night clubs and bars, numerous shows, discos and restaurants are at your service. Rio de Janeiro is also the capital of beauty and the main tourist destination in South America. Every year in late February and early March Rio and Salvador happen to be in the center of the great show, the carnival.

Buzios is a small resort town in a matter of three-hour drive from Rio. Along the scenic ocean coastline, here one will find dozens of hotels, cozy coves, sandy beaches, mountain slopes covered with strange plants, boats, and many other attractions.

Sao Paulo is the largest industrial center not only in Brazil but throughout Latin America. Externally similar to Chicago, Sao Paulo has a lot of skyscrapers, made of steel and glass. Of special interest are the Museum of Modern Art, the Pakaembu stadium where the 'King of Football' Pele used to play.

Brasilia, the capital of the country, is famous for its botanical garden, zoo, and the Cathedral Metropolitana. This city, conceived and built according to a single plan, is like a dream of the perfect technopolis, which comes true. The city is planned in the form of a plane. The downtown area is the imaginative 'fuselage', while residential neighbourhoods constitute the 'wings'. At the 'nose' of the plane, there is the residence of the President of the Republic. Due to its daring architectural solutions, Brasilia is the city of the century.

Amazonia is a mysterious region, amounting to one third of the whole of Brazil. Amazonia is called the 'lungs of the planet', because almost 50% of all oxygen on Earth is produced in the Amazon tropical rain forests. It grows flora, only 30% of which is studied by scientists. 25% of the world pharmaceutical substances are extracted from the plants of the Amazon forest, which is home to 1,800 different species of birds, 250 species of mammals, and 1,500 different species of fish. The Amazon River and its tributaries contain approximately 20% of the fresh water of the globe. Of the 20 longest rivers in the world, 10 are located in Amazonia. Thus, this region is not only picturesque, but vitally important for the mankind.

Iguazu Falls is a true miracle on our planet. As translated from the Indian languages, IguazŅŠ means 'big water'. The waterfall is the meeting place of the rivers Parana and Iguazu, which is an impressive sight in itself. Falling from the height of 72 meters, the water forms an incredible cascade. The noise of the falling water is heard for many miles, and huge splashes create a rainbow of extraordinary beauty.

The country has more than twenty national parks, reserves and sanctuaries and can surely be called a huge museum of living nature.

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