You are here
Home > Lifestyle > Travel > Top 10 Most Strange Facts About Brazil

Top 10 Most Strange Facts About Brazil

Brazil’s History--min

Have you been to Brazil? Are there any fascinating or strange facts you’d like to share? This post comes with the top 10 less-known facts about Brazil that are almost too unusual to be true-

  1. Brazil’s History-

Brazil’s History--min

  • Brazil, It’s known as after a tree; brazilwood and has 26 states and one federal district,  Brasilia is the capital of Brazil is built in 1960, It looks like an airplane from above.
  • Rio de Janeiro’s actual meaning is  January River and but the name was called that by mistake.  The statue of Christ the Redeemer in the city weighs 635 tonnes and is 38 meters high with its pedestal.
  • In 2012,Rio de Janeiro became a World Heritage Site and its annual carnival draws nearly  2 thousand revelers each day.
  1. Brazil’s Geography

Brazil’s Geography -min

  • In the world, Brazil is the fifth biggest nation with 5.35 million square miles area. In the  Southern America as well as the entire US area, it is the biggest nation.
  • Brazil occupies 47.3% of South America and borders all other countries except Ecuador and Chile.
  • There’s an underground river 4 KM under the Amazon River in Brazil, that might be as long, but hundreds of times wider.
  • The Earth’s magnetic ground has been gradually weakening over the past 180 years, especially around Brazil and Argentina.
  1. Peoples of Brazil

Peoples of Brazil -min

  • Brazil is the sixth biggest country entire the globe by inhabitants at 201,009,622 people.
  • The highest  inhabitants of Catholics on the planet is not in Spain nor France. It’s in Brazil- 123 million and  64percent of its inhabitants.
  • The Bororo peoples of Brazil are one of the few groups of individuals where all have the same blood type “O”.
  1. Art & Culture Of Brazil

Art & Culture Of Brazil -min

  • The main of Brazilian culture is produced from the from the culture of Portugal. The predominant religion and the colonial architectural styles.
  • This diverse cultural background has helps feature many celebrations and festivals that have become very famous around the world, like the Brazilian Carnival and the Bumba Meu Boi.
  1. Brazil Government

Brazil Government -min

  • Brazil’s government spent US$53 million in public funds for Pope Francis’ visit of 2013.
  • Voting is mandatory in Brazil.
  • Brazil’s, the Congress in 2016 includes suspects charged with killing and drug trafficking, a judo champion and a clown.
  1. Brazil’s Business & Economy

Brazil’s Business & Economy -min

  • Brazil’s economy is the world’s seventh largest by GDP as of 2015.
  • Brazil has been the world’s biggest exporter of coffee for more than 150 years. It provided around 80 per percent of the world’s coffee in the 1920s; that figure has dropped to around a third.
  • Brazil has been the largest producer of coffee for the last 150 years. Brazil is the world’s largest market for crack cocaine
  1. Natures & Climate of Brazil-

Natures & Climate of Brazil- -min

  • There is little periodic difference near the equator, although at periods it can get awesome enough to need to wear a jacket, especially in the rain.
  • Regular temperature ranges below the Tropic of Capricorn are mild, varying from 13 °C  to 22 °C
  1. Species Of Animals In Brazil-

Species Of Animals In Brazil- -min

  • The Macaw is the nationwide creature of Brazil.
  • The wildlife of Brazil creatures naturally occurring animals sourced creatures, fungi and vegetation in the Brazil which accounts for around one-tenth of all species in the world;
  • Brazil is considered to have the greatest biodiversity of any nation in the world. It has the most known varieties of plants, 3000  freshwater fish, and over 689 mammals. It also positions third on the list of nations with the most number of birds varieties (1832) and second with the most reptile species.
  1. Sports, Music & Food of Brazil-

Sports, Music & Food of Brazil--min

  • Soccer (Football) is the most popular game in Brazil with the national team continually among the best in the world, successful the World Cup a record 5 times.
  • Samba music, a very famous Brazilian style of music, dates from the Nineteenth century when the raw shades of the slaves met with the stylized European audio of Rio de Janeiro and originate from the Angolese world assemble.
  • The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the first time a Southern United state has the right to host them.
  • Piranha soup is the  most popular aphrodisiac in Brazil.

1.Tech & Invention

  • Alfred Horner Munro of Regina invented the first automated transmission in 1921.
  • The voting device was first implemented by Assess Carlos Prudêncio in the town of Brusque, South America, in 1989.
  • The hot air balloon is the earliest and most successful human-carrying technological innovation created at the start of the 18th century by the Jesuit preacher Bartolomeu de Gusmao.
  • The Itaipu Dam sited on the edge between Brazil and Paraguay is the second biggest largest hydroelectric producer in the planet. The dam is 7.7 kilometers long along with 196 meters high.

image source- available on internet

Priya Singha
I am a blogger, I’ve been a blogger for over two year, and I enjoy it more every day. I have a passion for writing, my calling; in my opinion, you can't be successful at something you don't enjoy, so I am blessed to be doing something that I love. My Favourite niche of writing are Beauty, Lifestyle, travel, health & fitness and other. my blog focuses on simple and easy to understand. If you have a question about a this topic, kindly use the comment section of the page of that content. Your feedback and comments are highly appreciated. Thank you so much for viewing my profile.