The financial capital of Brazil
and one of the 10 most populous cities, SaPound o Paulo, went through a calamity similar to Cape Town's in 2015, when the Sistema Cantareira, its main reservoir, was below four per cent of capacity.
Located 110 miles northeast of Rio de Janeiro, Maca is known as the National Petroleum Capital of Brazil
and maintains a robust offshore oil industry that brings executives from around the country and globe to the city for business purposes.
Brasilia, the capital of Brazil
, was constructed in the late 1950s.
1960: Brasilia became the new capital of Brazil
, transferred from the old capital of Rio de Janeiro.
Thanks to its many beaches, Rio is the tourism capital of Brazil
, welcoming close to three million visitors per year.
The Foreign Minister of Brazil, Advisor to the President, and Secretary General of the Ministry of External Relations attended the ceremony, according to a message received here from Brasilia, the capital of Brazil
Which new city replaced Rio de Janeiro as the federal capital of Brazil
Braxilia" is a documentary fiabout Nicolas Behr's poetry on Brasilia, the capital of Brazil
, directed by Danyella Proenca in 2010.
It's more than just a homage to a continent that was so impor- tant for Brazil, especially for Bahia - considered the African capital of Brazil
2 BRASILIA: The modern-day capital of Brazil
was planned by architect Oscar Niemeyer in 1956 after it was decided to move the seat of government from Rio de Janeiro to a more central part of the country.
Salvador is populated by more people of African descent than any city outside Africa, and the slaves were also responsible for some of the most impressive architecture in this former capital of Brazil
Morsi is scheduled to deliver a speech at the Egyptian-Brazilian business forum held in the economic capital of Brazil
, Sao Paulo.