São Paulo


San Paulo is a city in Brazil, the capital of a single state. It is the largest industrial center in the country. For more than 450 years Jesuit priests founded the city with the intention of bringing the local people into the Christian faith. Agriculture was the main occupation of the townspeople, and the main … Read more

Rio de Janeiro


Rio de Janeiro (according to the BSE, “more correctly Rio de Janeiro”; abbreviated as Rio, port. Rio de Janeiro – January River) is a city in Brazil. Administrative center of the state of Rio de Janeiro of the same name. Population – 6.7 million (2018), it is the second largest city in the country and … Read more



In northeastern Brazil, along the Atlantic coast, lies the city of Natale, with the functions of the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte. It occupies an area of land on the mouth of the Pointe River and is surrounded by hilly uplands, the slopes of which are covered by trapezoidal forest massifs. … Read more



Fortressa is 3.5 hundred kilometers south of the south of the Catania Mountains on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Its hot all year round and has a lot of precipitation. The exploration of north-eastern Brazil began in 1500, when Vincente Pinsons ships docked on the coast they named SantAnna da da da Convinceña. But … Read more



The city of Florianopolis has the status of capital of the state of Santiago Catarina. There are 900 kilometers between them and Rio de Janeiro. The abundance of first-class beaches and a developed leisure structure have made it popular with tourists. The central part of the city occupies the western side of the island of … Read more

Porto Alegre


The Brazilian city of Porto Alegre is the capital city of Rio Grande do Sul and one of the largest settlements in the south of the country. It is the political, economic and cultural center of the region. Porto Alegre is ranked first in the countrys standard of living. It is part of the Porto … Read more



Résistance is called Brasilia Venezia – it is a vast city crisscrossed by canals and rivers. Its great climatic conditions and varied architecture make Rousseau a popular tourist destination. Before the arrival of the Europeans, the area in the Kápíbáriba River delta, on which Réseife is situated, was drowned in the trompe-loeil mangrove forests. The … Read more



In the land of the State of San Paulo lies the city of Campinas, part of a single region in Brazil. Every year, on July 14, citizens celebrate the day of their city. Old Campinas was founded in 1774. Today it is one of the wealthiest cities in the country. High-tech has developed successfully here. … Read more



The central part of Brasilia in the state of Guayas is the city of Brasilia, which is the capital of the country. It was built in the middle of the Sierra dao. In 1987, the ancient city was listed by the UNESCO World Heritage List as a historic and cultural legacy of humanity. The construction … Read more



South of Brazil, 90 kilometers from the Atlantic coast, lies the city of Curitiba, capital of the state of Paraná. In English, it translates as The Place of Seeds, which means The Land of Flowers, which means The Land of Flowers. Curitiba occupies an advantageous geographic location. It is located at the intersection of many … Read more



The central part of Brazil is home to the city of Goyas, a modern municipality and the capital center of the state of Goyas. It occupies an area of land where many natural waterways intersect. The most important of them is considered to be the Maya Ponte River. The present day Georgia and the capital … Read more

Sao Luis


The Brazilian state of Marraías is the city and port of San Juan, on the Atlantic coast south of the equator. It has been rainy from January through July. In times past, the area where the modern city now stands was a refuge for people from all parts of the world, including African slaves who … Read more



The most densely populated state in Central America is Salvador. The full official name of the country is the Republic of El Salvador. The country is bordered by the Gonduras (to the north and east), to the west by Guatemala, and by the Pacific Ocean to the south. Its capital is San Saladore. The history … Read more

Belo Horizonte


The easternmost part of Brazil is Belo Horizonte, the capital city of Minas Gerais. It is the first city in the country to be built according to a planned project. Its name, translated from Portuguese, means “Beautiful Ground. The city is part of the region of the Bologu-Orząntsi Municipality. It is the home of a … Read more



Overall Score 3.1 Tap water: No, not drinkable Religious government: Religious Population: 56,000 people GDP: $8,649 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V230V60Hz power-plug-c Internet: 10 Mbps Best wireless: Vivo Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Brazilians have a friendly reputation, but tipping is not a part of … Read more



The city of Georgia is in Belgium. It is the administrative center of the state of Spain Santo, which is divided into 78 municipalities. The name of the city means «victory. And the people of Victoria, as the whole state, are called kapisheba. The city of Victoria dates back to 1551, and it is the … Read more



On the coast of the Gulf of Guajara in the Amazónka River, the city of Belém, the capital center of the state of Pará in Brasilia, has opened up. About 100 kilometers from the citys territory lies the Atlantic Ocean coast. The modern city has a long history, dating back to the 17th century. It … Read more



Brazils state of Minas Gerais is the city of Orlandia, a municipality that is part of a single economic district. It occupies part of an upland area and is surrounded by dense vegetation and rocks of unusual form. Several sectors of industry have developed economically here, including food, textiles, leather, and shoes. Uberland is known … Read more



Brazil is home to the city of Manaus, the capital center of the state of Amazonas. It is home to a port where seagoing ships call at its harbor. Many different industries serve as the backbone of Manaus economy. It is home to oil refineries, food processing plants, and textile companies. The Institute of Geography … Read more



The central and western part of the country is Anapolis, a municipality that is part of the state of Guayas and its Meso-Central region. It began its history in 1907, in the middle of the year. Today, the modern city has a number of industries at a high level, most notably the automotive and automotive … Read more

Joao Pessoa


To the east of the country lies the city of Juan Poses. About 8 kilometers from its central part lies the easternmost corner of Southern Africa and part of Brazil, the Cape Sejões, which is a rocky, sandy beach. The city serves as the capital city of the State of Paraguay and is part of … Read more

Campo Grande


The city of Camões-Guinea lies in the area of the state of Mattháou Grosso do Sóul and has the status of its capital center. Surrounded by natural landscapes, the settlement is notable for its abundance of greenery in streets and avenues. The translation of the citys name is "Big Camp,‖ which is fully in keeping … Read more

Campos dos Goytacazes


Campos dos Goitakazes (Portuguese pronunciation:[Kɐ̃puʒ duʒ ɡojtaˈkaziʃ]) is a municipality located in the northern part of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, with a population of 503,424. Campos dos Goitakazes has an area of 4,032 km2.2 (1,557 square miles), making it the largest municipality in the state in terms of area, and its elevation is 14 … Read more

São José dos Campos


São José dos Campos (port. São José dos Campos) is a municipality in Brazil, part of the state of São Paulo. It is part of the Vali do Paraíba Paulista mesoregion. It is part of the São José dos Campos economic-statistical micro-region and urban agglomeration. The population is 594,948 as of 2007 and 681,036 as … Read more



The small town of Juindiai is located in the state of San Paulo, not far from its capital. It will take no more than a day to get from the administrative center by train. There has been a Jundia Meatpacking facility in the city limits for over 30 years. It is sold in many locations … Read more



The south-eastern region of Brazil, in the state of San Paulo, is home to the city of Sorocaaba. The railroad station operates within its boundaries. The city is known as a center of metallurgical and textile industry, the activity of which brings the main income to the city treasury. In addition to the main production … Read more

Tabaranã do Norte


Overall Score 2.6 Tap water: No, not drinkable Religious government: Non-religious Population: 100,000 people GDP: $8,649 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V230V60Hz power-plug-c Internet: 16 Mbps Best wireless: Brazil Bank Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Brazilians have a friendly reputation, but tipping is not a part … Read more