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Brasil, Brazil, Federative Republic of Brazil - the largest Latin American country and the largest Portuguese speaking country in the world; located in the central and northeastern part of South America; world's leading coffee exporter
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1960: Brasilia became the new capital of Brazil, transferred from the old capital of Rio de Janeiro.
Which new city replaced Rio de Janeiro as the federal capital of Brazil in 1960?
As per the report, Brazil based Secretary of Civil Aviation (SAC) would be dealing with rights for construction and management of a new airport next year, for Porto Alegre, the capital of Brazil s southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil and is considered the seventh most populous city in the country.
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.
CITY SLICKERS URBANITES need look no further than Sao Paulo, the bustling business capital of Brazil.
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.
In order to achieve it, Firjan is spread over 66 places in the state and in the 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.
The University of Brasilia, in the capital of Brazil, has awarded an honorary doctorate to Bulgarian diplomat and Latin American Studies Professor Rumen Stoyanov, announced the Bulgarian Embassy in Brasilia.
In a statement during the ordinary session of the 15th conference of the Federation held in the capital of Brazil, Brasilia, Chairwoman of the WIDF, Marcia Campos said "We who represent the women of the whole world express unlimited support to Syria and its efforts exerted to realize stability and restore its normal life.
Copa Airlines, subsidiary of Panama-based Copa Holdings SA (NYSE:CPA), said on Monday that it will launch a new service to Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, on 18 June.