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  • 1.
  • 2. Do you know where Brazil is?
  • 3. It is located in South America
  • 4. HISTORy # 1
    1494
    SPAIN AND PORTUGUAL DIVIDED THE “NEW WORLD”
    1500
    BRAZIL WAS “DISCOVERED”BY PORTUGAL
    Pedro Álvarez Cabral
  • 5. History # 2
    FOR MORE THAN 300 YEARS, BRAZIL “EXPORTED” FOR PORTUGAL:
    Sugar
    Gold
    “Imported” any manufactured product from Portugal (England) and
    slavery trade from Africa
  • 6. History # 3
    ABOLISHED SLAVERY IN 1888
    One of the last countries to do it
    BRAZIL DECLARES ITS INDEPENDENCE IN 1822
    “by the Portugal Prince”
  • 7. History # 4
    1937 - 1944
    1964- 1986
    HOWEVER, BRAZIL HAD 2 DICTATORIAL REGIMES, SINCE THEN
    BRASIL IS A FEDERAL REPUBLIC, SINCE 1889
  • 8. BRAZIL PRESIDENT LULA
    FORMER WORKERS UNION LEADER
    HAD LITTLE FORMAL EDUCATION. HE DID NOT LEARN TO READ UNTIL HE WAS TEN YEARS OLD, AND QUIT SCHOOL AFTER THE FOURTH GRADE IN ORDER TO WORK TO HELP HIS FAMILY.
  • 9. Each star in the flag represents one state in the country.
    There are 27 states including the capital.
  • 10. Brazil’s Map
    Brasilia is the capital
    Built in 1960. Geographical central location made for a more regionally neutral federal capital and defense proposes.
  • 11. ABOUT brazil
    Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world
    There are 192 million people living in Brazil (5o)
    The spoken language is Portuguese
    World’s leading producers of coffee, orange, cattle, soy and important producer of jewelry, airplanes, cars, chicken.
    It’s 8th economy in the world. It will be the 5th in 2020
    The largest cities are Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
    It has the biggest rainforest on earth, Amazonia.
  • 12. Sao paulo
  • 13. BUSINESS SKYSCRAPERS
  • 14. MASP = MODERN METROPOLITAN ART MUSEUM
  • 15. IBIRAPUERA = CENTRAL PARK
  • 16. JAPANESE NEIGBOURHOOD
  • 17. SHANTYTOWNS = FAVELAS
  • 18. VILA MADALENA NEIGBOURHOOD
  • 19.
  • 20. MORUMBI STADIUM = 2014 WORLD SOCCER OPENING GAME
  • 21.
  • 22. CHRIST REDEEMER
    Rio de janeiro
  • 23. SUGAR LOAF CABLE CAR
  • 24. COPACABANA SIDEWALK & WATER FRONT
  • 25. COPACABANA FIREWORKS AT NEW YEARS EVE
  • 26. IPANEMA BEACH
  • 27. SHERATON AND VIDIGAL SHANTYTOWN
  • 28. ROCINHA SHANTYTOWN
    200.000 inhabitants
  • 29.
  • 30. CARNAVAL
    CULTURE, SUN & BEACH, ADVENTURE AND SPORTS
  • 31.
  • 32.
  • 33. AIDS & STD
    Free during Carnaval
  • 34. MARACANA
  • 35.
  • 36.
  • 37. AMAZON RAINFOREST
    The Amazon Rainforest covers a large portion of the country.
    Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana
  • 38. AMAZON RIVER
    Largest river in the world by volume, with a total river flow greater than the next eight largest rivers combined
    In some parts can reach 10 miles wide
  • 39. MANAUS
    Average high 86°F
    Average low 73°F
    Precipitation (inches) 65.7
    Pop = 1,7 Million
  • 40. OUR “GRAND JUNCTION”
    Negro and Solimoes: where the two rivers meet
    for 15 miles
  • 41.
  • 42.
  • 43. Measuring up to 12 ft, the Pororoca is easily the longest wave in the world; it only breaks twice a year in February and March.
    In 2003 Brazilian, Picuruta Salazar, won the event with a record ride of 12.5 kilometers and 37 minutes.
    February may mean springtime, flat swell, and winds in the U.S., but in Brazil it’s the beginning of the dry season and the time of year surfers can ride the tidal bore the Amazon, the Pororoca.
  • 44.
  • 45.
  • 46.
  • 47. OTHER IMPORTANT PLACES / THINGS
  • 48. IGUAZU FALLS
    The Iguazu Falls are located at the boarder of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay
    4 times bigger than Niagara falls
    Upon seeing Iguazu, the United States' First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly exclaimed "Poor Niagara!”
  • 49. Beaches
    14.000 km Atlantic coast
    Beautiful places to enjoy, to relax, to go, to see…
    Jericoaquara = elected by the Washington Post as one of the Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world
    Fernando de Noronha = an archipelago of 21 islands in the Atlantic Ocean, around 220 miles offshore from the Brazilian coast.
    Maresias= 2 hours from Sao Paulo
  • 50. BRAZILIAN BARBECUE
  • 51. FEIJOADA IS A TRADITIONAL DISH WITH BLACK BEANS, RICE, PORK
    CAIPIRINHA = Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaça, sugar and limes.
    Cachaçais Brazil's most common distilled alcoholic beverage.
  • 52. Capoeira is a traditional martial art
  • 53. BJJ = BRAZILIAN JIU JITSu
    AND MMA FIGTHERS
  • 54. MOVIES ABOUT BRAZIL
    1986
    2002
  • 55.
  • 56. Football = SOCCER
    5 times Champion FIFA World Cup
    Will be 6 in 2010
  • 57.
  • 58. AVAILABILITY OF FLIGHTS FROM USA TO BRAZIL
    8 – 9 HOURS FLIGHT
    New York/Newark
    Chicago
    Washington D.C.
    Los Angeles
    Charlotte
    Atlanta
    Dallas
    Orlando
    Manaus
    Houston
    Miami
    Recife
    Salvador
    Brasília
    Belo Horizonte
    Rio de Janeiro
    São Paulo
    Actual routes
    Coming routes