The favelas in rio de janiero(ateeq rana 10c) British School in Baku


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The favelas in rio de janiero(ateeq rana 10c) British School in Baku

  1. 1. Tuesday, June 25, 2013 1Ateeq Rana 10c
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  3. 3. Where is Rio De Janiero?The State of Rio de Janeiro has as capital the city of Rio de Janeiro. The city of Rio is the mostwell known Brazilian city, with famous landmarks like Copacabana beach, the Sugar Loafand the Christ; however, other cities from Rio are relevant. It is the second largest city ofBrazil, and the third largest metropolitan area in South America, boasting approximately 6.3million people. Rio de Janeiro represents the second largest GDP in the country. Rio deJaneiro is on a strip of Brazils Atlantic coast, close to the Tropic of Capricorn.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 3Ateeq Rana 10c
  4. 4. In clockwise direction, panorama view of Peixoto, Morro doCantagalo, Ipanema, Cagarras islets, Leblon, Morro do Vidigal, Gávea and itsjockey club, Jardim Botânico, Lagoa and vicinities from the Corcovado.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 4
  5. 5. A panorama taken from Corcovado of Rio de Janeiro, from Niterói city,Botafogo, Leme and the Sugar Loaf Mountain on the far left, to Humaitá,Copacabana and Peixoto in the middle, and Ipanema, Lagoa and Leblon at thefar right.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 5
  6. 6. Rio De Janiero at NightTuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 6
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  8. 8. What is a Favela?A favela is the term for a shanty town in Brazil, most often within urbanareas. In the late 18th century, the first settlements were called bairrosafricanos (African neighbourhoods). This was the place where formerslaves with no land ownership and no options for work lived. Over theyears, many freed black slaves moved in.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 8Rios Santa Teresaneighborhood featuresfavelas (right) contrastedwith more affluent houses(left). The CristoRedentor, shrouded inclouds, is in the leftbackground.
  9. 9. Drugs and the favelaThe cocaine trade has affected Brazil and in turn itsfavelas, which tend to be ruled by drug lords. Regularshoot-outs between traffickers and police and othercriminals, as well as assorted illegal activities, lead tomurder rates in excess of 40 per 100,000 inhabitants inthe city of Rio and much higher rates in some Riofavelas.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 9
  10. 10. RocinhaRocinha is the largest hill favela in Rio de Janeiro.Although favelas are found in urban areas throughoutBrazil, many of the more famous ones exist in Rio — awidely photographed cityTuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 10
  11. 11. Panoramic view of Rios Rocinha favela. Visible in the distance isthe South Atlantic Ocean. The high-rise buildings near the coastare condominiums in São Conrado.Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 11
  12. 12. The lights of Vidigal favela in Rio de Janeiro as seen fromIpanema and Leblon beaches. The cone spire to the farright is part of the famous Dois IrmãosTuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 12
  13. 13. Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Ateeq Rana 10c 13Service In Favela(Census2010)PercentSanitation 67.3%Water 88.3%Electricity 99.7%Garbage Collection 95.4%People in Favela PopulationFavela residents of Brazilspopulation11,400,000 (6%)
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