Brazil has the fifth largest economy in the world and it the home for most popular tourist spot Amazon Rain forest, it is one of the most bio diverse places in the world for is rain forests and home to more than 1,000 bird species and many mammals. There are many tourist attractions in Brazil, we show you some of the most popular tourist attractions in Brazil.
1. Christ the Redeemer:
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Cristo Redentor is a largest Jesus statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is said to be the world’s largest statue in the world. The construction of the statue was started in the year 1922. The height is about 40cm with weight about 635 tones. This statue is located at the peak of 2300 ft. Corcovado Mountain in Tijuca Forest National park. This statue has become an icon for the Brazil. Cristo Redeemer is made of armor-plated concrete and soapstone, and completed in the year 1931, almost for 9yrs.
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2. Iguazu Falls:
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Iguazu Fall is the waterfall from the river Iguazu at the border of Brazilian state and Argentine Province Misiones. This waterfalls divides the river as upper and lower Iguazu. The height of water fall is about 82cms,the flow rate of the water is about 1756 m/s. here we have two airports nearby the Iguazu waterfalls.
3. São Paulo Art Museum:
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Sao Paulo art museum is located on the paulista in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is also known for his headquarters, it was designed by Lina Bo Badri in 1968. The body of the building is designed by two lateral beams around 78ms for free standing space and it has been as the symbol for the Brazilian Architecture. It is a non-commercial organization started in 1947 by Pietro Maria Bardi and Assis Chateaubriand.
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4. Sugarloaf Mountain:
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Sugarloaf is a peak to be found in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is at the entrance of Guanabara Bay. The name sugarloaf was given by the Portuguese in 16th century.
5. Itaipu Dam:
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Itaipu dam is a hydroelectric dam on the border between Paraguay and Brazil. It is the largest Hydroelectric capability in terms of annual report generation. The construction was started in the year 1970 by two companies named IECO and ELC electro consult S.P.A. The work began in the year 1971. The height of the dam is 196cm. The length of the dam is 7325m. It is the seventh largest dam in the Brazil.
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6. Amazon Theatre:
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Amazon Theatre is an opera house situated in Manaus, Amazon rain forest of Brazil. The proposal of building this amazon theatre was started in the year 1881. In 1882 the government has approved some funds to the theatre but was in sufficient, later on the same year the president of province gave larger budget. It is the construction of 3 floors. The construction was completed in the year December 31, 1896, and the first performance was done on the January 7, 1897.
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Parnamirim is a city located in the Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil. Population in this city is around 2,18,965, till now. The area of Parnamirim is about 120kms. It was bring into being in the December 17, 1958.
8. Cathedral of Brasilia:
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Cathedral of Brasilia is a Roman Catholic in Brazil; it works for as the station of Archdiocese of Brasilia. It was planned by the Oscar Niemeyer and was committed on May 31, 1970. The shape of the cathedral is Hyperboloid Structure constructed with 16 Concrete columns. The weight of each column is about 90 tons.