The main point of this website is to spread Brazilian culture around the world, make it known in other countries, and, above all, to correlate the many cities in Brazil that were colonized from European cities and the interrelationship between them.
If you are more interested in the current culture of Brazil, this is the right place for your search. Here we find the issues raised by topics such as Brazilian art and literature, Brazilian cinema, events in general, slang spoken today, great humanitarians, and more.
This website gives a very interesting look around the country. It shows facts and information not currently known by other people. Brazil is a very special place and here you find a perfect definition of “jeitinho brasileiro de ser e de viver” (how Brazilian people deal with life’s everyday complications).
Celebrate Brazil has information and comparisons of a few words of European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese. This site also clears up some of the doubt that people have about the language spoken in Brazil — is it Portuguese or Spanish?
This website shares information between Brazil and Netherlands, including products, documentary, green, design, dance, buildings, children’s activities, library systems, and other information that connects not only both countries, but also those want to know the countries better.
Here you can learn all about Brazilian Carnival in the three main capitals of the country: Rio de Janeiro, Salvador (Bahia), and Recife (Pernambuco). There’s also a Brazil guide, culture, what to do, business, education, and more.
This is a Portuguese and Brazilian literature guide from Harvard University, developed for their essay- and thesis-writing students, but that is helpful to anyone.
There are so many places to visit in this country that it is quite hard to describe the best ones. This website has information about Porto de Galinhas, a small village in Pernanbuco that attracts major hotels groups, and Búzios, a sophisticated, charming city.
Florianópolis, the Magical Island, is located in the south of Brazil, and has been considered a paradise to live on and visit. Here you will find everything you need to know about Florianópolis, including maps and nightlife!
Do you want to learn how to live and work in Brazil? This is a complete site that covers a wide range of topics from local beauty to social problems. It talks about the economy, schools, and markets. Pictures are included for a better appreciation of Brazilian people and their culture.
Brazil is not just beaches and football. They have the Amazon forest, rivers, highlands, mountains, and a unique way of life. This site includes inormation about arts, entertainment, stories, and important information for those who want to learn about Brazil.
If you know Gramado, you might think it doesn’t belong to Brazil. It’s in the very south of the country, and it looks like an European city. The climate, landscape, and people all are very similar to any small German village. But don’t kid yourself; this is still Brazil in its people and its capacity to welcome foreigners.
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