Iguazu falls are called in several names. And these are Iguazu falls or Iguassu falls. Actually Iguazu is Guarani or Tupi language. It carries the meaning big water. Iguazu falls cross the boundary between Argentina and Brazil. Argentina covered almost two third of this falls and the left part located in Brazil. Iguazu falls divide the river into upper and lower Iguazu. (more…)
Samba is a unique dance. Brazil is founder to create such kind of dance. Especially it was originating in Bahia, Brazil. It has also spread in Africa. Actually samba was religious tradition in African nations once.
The quality of samba has been changed day by day. Now it’s modern era. The modern samba has been appeared at the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays samba brings a whole historical culture of cloths, parties, food and dance. (more…)
The royal botanical garden is also known as Jardim Botanico and is located in the south zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This garden is over 200 years old. It is one of the most beautiful and best protected green areas in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
The total area of botanical garden is 140 hectors and lies at the foot of the Corcovado Mountain. There are more than 7000 plants species. The garden has 134 palm lined avenue.
Among the plants there are also orchids, bromeliads, cacti, huge bamboos and different types of carnivorous plants. The Rio de Janeiro botanical garden is largely green not exceedingly floral. (more…)
Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil. It has an area of about 5,822 kilometers squares. In the middle of the territory of Brazil, the construction of the Brazilian capital Brasilia is among the number of modernist urban assignments that will get gone from the tiny planks to get truth.
Workers from different parts of Brazil were attracted towards the modern Brasília. They were also known as “candangos” (laborers) who have been in charge of building the town. A long time after the beginning of Brasília, the initiatives in the 1000s of personnel required have been recognized by United Nations agency UNESCO. During that time the area had been reported as being a “Tradition of Humanity” later in 1987.
Brasília is bordered through the Rivers Preto on the eastern along with Descoberto on the western side, joining together within the division of 5,822 km2, with a population of more than 2,000,000 people. Living together directly from the city’s square setting tend to be politicians, diplomats and most of the civil servants of different ranks. (more…)
Brasilia is actually the capital of Brazil. It is home to the major foreign embassies and headquarters of many of the major businesses in Brazil as well. It was finalized in 1960 as the capital of Brazil. It holds many beautiful architectural wonders to be seen and enjoyed.
History and Legands
The city was originally built in 1891 so that the capital could be moved from Rio de Janiero. This was to encourage migration westward in Brazil. Supposedly, Italian saint Don Bosco dreamed of a futuristic city in 1883 which fit the description of Brasila. He stated “between parallels 15 and 20, around a lake which shall be fored; great civilization will thrive and that will be the promisd land.” He is now remembered throughout the city. (more…)