Christ the Redeemer statue
Christ the Redeemer is a symbol of Christianity in Brazil, becoming a cultural image of both the city of Rio de Janeiro and the country of Brazil.
Christ the Redeemer of Rio de Janeiro
Christ the Redeemer is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The statue is 38 metres tall and the distance between the left and right hand is 23 meters. The right arm of the statue pointing to Rio de Janeiro in the south and left arm pointing to Rio de Janeiro in the north. The 635-ton statue, located on the top of the Corcovado mountain is 700 meters tall and in Tijuca Forest National Park towards the city.
Carnival of Rio de Janeiro
The Rio de Janeiro Fashion Festival is one of the world's most vivid and royal festivals
Rio de Janeiro Fashion Festival in 2019
The Carnival of Rio de Janeiro is one of the most unoverlooked festivals in the world. Millions of foreigners participate in this big festival every year. This is not only an entertaining game but also an opportunity for foreigners to learn the culture of the Brazilians.
In 1984, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Iguazu Falls
Located in the borders of Brazil and Argentina. Iguazu Falls are one of the largest waterfalls in the world. The name "Iguazu " is from the Guarani or Tupi "y ", which means "country", and "û" [Wasu], meaning "big"
Legend has it that a god was married to a beautiful woman named Naipí, but that person fled with a man named Taroba in a canoe. In rage, the river God, creates the waterfall. A Spanish Álvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca obtained the conquistador title who found the waterfall in 1541.
Iguazu Falls are arranged like a "J " reversal. On the right is the Brazilian territory, including more than 20% of the falls, and to the left the Argentine territory accounts for nearly 80% of the falls. Iguazu falls are protected by two national gardens, the Brazilian National Garden of Iguaçu and the Iguazu National Garden. Both of these parks were a UNESCO World Heritage SITE in 1984 and 1986 respectively. It is also one of the largest forest conservation areas in South America.
Lençóis Maranhenses National Garden
Lençóis Maranhenses is also the main backdrop of the 2005 Brazilian film The House of Sand, which was a shot of the song Kadhal Anukkal and a scene in the Indian film Enthiran
White sand dunes of Lençóis National Park Maranhenses
Lençóis Maranhenses is a national garden located in the state of Maranhão, in north-eastern Brazil. The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park has an area of 1,550 km2 with discrete white sand dunes. During the rainy season, most of the gorges in this national park are flooded and visitors can see many blue and green lagoons.
According to local folk tales, this was the settlement of the Caete, who had awoke one day and found their town buried in the sand.
The National garden has only the mission of protecting the ecosystem here; So many people have been living here. This is also a problem in the nearby Jericoacoara National Garden. These people mainly do fishing in the rainy season; In the dry season they leave, to the neighboring areas and to work on the small plot of land.
Fernando de Noronha
Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago from the coast of Brazil 354 km
A beautiful Fernando de Noronha
It is a Brazilian archipelago of 21 islands and is known for its beautiful scenery and beaches along with a rich number of wild animals. There are 16 beautiful islands allowing tourists to dive, surf, paddle, horse-ride, dolphin watching and underwater photography. These islands also have natural tidal pools.
To reach this place, guests can take a plane or ship from Recife (545 km from the archipelago) or by plane from Natal (360 km from the archipelago).
The Teatro Amazonas is selected by the Vogue magazine as one of the world's most beautiful opera theatres.
Teatro Amazonas Historical Theatre
This historic theatre is located in Manaus, northern Brazil and is also known as the Âmzon Theatre. In January 5 every year, the Opera of Amazonas will be held in this historic theatre. It is also home to the Amazonas Philharmonic Orchestra that regularly rehearsing and performing at the Amazon Theatre along with choir, concerts and other performances.
Structures inside the theater:
Showroom: Able to sit 701 people, distribute its post given in the following way, ground floor with 266 seats, the cabin has 100 allocated seats, 1st floor with 110 seats allocated in the cabin, 2nd floor with 125 seats are distributed in 25 cabins, 3rd floor with 100 seats allocated in the 20 cabins.
The main phase of the presentation: owning 10.50 meters wide, 6.40 meters tall and 11.97 meters deep, the main phase is 14 meters in height, the total area is 123.29 square meters.
Part of the orchestra: Height: 2 m; Width: 6 ' 11; Length: 7 m.
Canoa Quebrada is also known as the Jewel of the east coast of Ceara, Brazil
Canoa Quebrada International Tourist Beach Resort
Canoa Quebrada (literally broken canoe in Portugal) is an international tourist beach resort 164 km from Fortaleza, in the municipality of Aracati. Horse riding, boating, mountain biking, windsurfing and sand skating are the main tourist activities on this beach, you can also see the most beautiful sunsets in the world here.
The climate of this region is arid. The average annual temperature is around 27 °c-with an average annual height of 38 °c and as low as 21 °c. The sun is present almost a year, with rain usually only between March and May.
Curitiba Botanical Garden
The botanical Garden of Curitiba is also known under the Fanchette Rischbieter Botanical Garden-Curitiba Botanical Gardens
Curitiba Botanical Garden
The Curitiba Botanical Garden is located in the campus of the Parana Federal University in southern Brazil. The garden is opened in 1991. The Botanical Museum in Curitiba Botanical Garden consists of local plants and other plants, and is once known as one of the Seven Wonders of Brazil.
Famous for its central conservatory, close to 500m ² and showcasing extremely rare indigenous vegetation. This is a magnificent construction of the metal structure that was inspired by the architects of the Crytal in London (England) and an ancient architecture from the mid-NINETEENTH century.
The Amazon rainforest or Amazon rainforest, known as the Amazon Forest, is a moist earthy forest in the Amazon Basin of South America
The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world. In fact, the Amazon rainforest has the most known flora and fauna, with 40,000 plants, 1,300 species of birds, 430 amphibians, 3,000 species of fish and 380 reptiles.
The Amazon rainforest accounts for over 50% of the Earth's remaining rainforest and includes one of the largest and most abundant tropical rainforests of plants and animals in the world.
The Amazon rainforest is a nature reserve in the world and is the biosphere Reserve for mankind. Therefore, the preservation of rare animals and other types of resources, especially the living resources in this area, protects the existence and development of the human world.
Brasília Cathedral is one of the most magnificent churches in the world
The Church of Brasília is one of the world's most magnificent churches and a typical architecture in Brazil. The whole church was designed according to the Hyperboloid structure, designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and structural engineer Joaquim Cardozo with 16 different concrete columns building glass domes of the church and millions of foreigners visiting churches every year.
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