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Brazilian Embroidery and its Steps

Brazilian Embroidery and its Steps

July 10, 2018

Have you ever heard of embroidery in Brazil? Do you want to get information about the Brazilian embroidery? Do you know what are the steps of the Brazilian embroidery? If one of these questions is going on in your mind, the answer will be found in the lines of this article.

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Golden Grass

Golden Grass

July 09, 2018

This golden material is used in many wonderful handicrafts. It comes exclusively from Brazil and has formed a source of income and legacy for many families from the country of Brazil. Today, this natural material is spread throughout the world because of its beauty and splendor.
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10 Touristic Places you should Visit in Brazil

10 Touristic Places you should Visit in Brazil

July 08, 2018

Brazil is considered the fifth largest country in the world. It extends across half of South America. Brazil's coastline is 7500 km and it is characterized by white beaches and tropical islands with attractive features of the Portuguese colonial era. Having such a large area, Brazil has many tourist places, including wonderful waterfalls, tropical forests, natural habitats with significant biodiversity in addition to the Amazon forests where there are many tribes that have no contact with the outside world until today.
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Brazilian Keratin: Its Sorts, Benefits and How to Use it

July 08, 2018

Keratin is a powerful protein that contains a range of amino acids that benefit hair. These acids transform the coarse hair into soft and smooth hair.

Keratin is a Brazilian discovery, that Brazilians are the first people who discovered this product. It was when they found a plant, containing keratin, a material that is similar to the hair's components. They worked to extract keratin from those plants and treated damaged hair.

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Brazil and Football

Brazil and Football

July 07, 2018

When football is mentioned, you should directly think of Brazil; the owner country of five cups in the World Cup and the most famous country in football. It is the most exporting country of players to all regions of the world. However, the question is how did this game cross the Atlantic and reach Brazil and it is the British native game?
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Rio de Janeiro City

Rio de Janeiro City

May 09, 2018

Rio de Janeiro is a coastal city, one of the largest cities in Brazil, known for its beaches in Copacabana and Ipanema, also known as the statue of the Redeemer.
38-meter-high Corcovado at the top of Corcovado and Sugarluw Castle.
Area: 1,255 km.
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São Paulo City - Brazil’s Vibrant Financial Center

April 09, 2018

The City of São Paulo:

Sao Paulo is one of the largest cities in Brazil. It is located in the south-eastern part of the Federative Republic of Brazil. It covers an area of about 1522.98 km². It is Brazil's most populous city with a population of about 20 million. This name was referring to St. Paul.

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Tourism in Brazil

Tourism In Brazil

April 07, 2018

Tourism in Brazil

Brazil is a beautiful country located in the Latin American continent. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in terms of area and population.

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Work and investment in Brazil

Work And Investment In Brazil

March 09, 2018

Brazil has the sixth largest economy in the world and the first economy in Latin America, and it economically depends on its natural and mineral resources since the discovery of Brazil. 
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Rio de Janeiro's Annual Carnival Brazil Brasil

Rio de Janeiro's Annual Carnival

February 16, 2018

Rio de Janeiro's annual carnival is the world's most famous carnival, with many Samba schools competing with each other for a large number of dances.

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Samba, Football And Coffee ... Brazil

Samba, Football And Coffee ... Brazil

January 20, 2018

When we hear these terms, the green dancer state comes to our minds.

"Brazil" from popular musical traditions to the world's most famous game to the Brazilian coffee that its cultivation origin is recognized there. 

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