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Brazil stretches roughly 2,700 miles (4,350 km) from north to south and from east to west to form a vast irregular triangle that encompasses a wide range of tropical and subtropical landscapes, including wetlands, savannas, plateaus, and low mountains as its mentioned in Brazil map. Brazil contains most of the Amazon River basin, which has the world largest river system and the world’s most-extensive virgin rainforest. The country contains no desert, high-mountain, or arctic environments.
The Brazilian government has grouped the country states into five large geographic and statistical units called the Major Regions. The tropical North as you can see in Brazil map—comprising the states of Acre, Rondônia, Amazonas, Pará, Tocantins, Roraima, and Amapá—covers more than two-fifths of Brazilian territory and includes the largest portion of Amazon rainforest and parts of the Guiana and Brazilian highlands; however, the region accounts for a limited proportion of the nation’s population and economic output.
Dozens of parks, biological reserves, and other protected areas have been established in Brazil vast wildernesses as its shown in Brazil map, many of which remain pristine; however, state and federal governments have not adequately maintained many parklands, and some have been modified to allow for new highways or other construction projects. In addition, pollution has degraded Brazil rivers, threatening the water supplies of most of the population, and ecological disasters are common: in 2000 alone there were major oil spills in Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay and in the Iguaçu River.
Brazil on map shows the map of the country Brazil. Brazil on the map will allow you to plan your travel in Brazil in Americas. The Brazil map labeled is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
As the 5th biggest country in the world, behind the United States, Brazil is divided in five administrative areas as its mentioned in Brazil on map. The country spreads out on 2,731 miles (4,395 km) North – South and 2,684 miles (4,320 km) East – West, with a different climate in all five regions. There are three time zones in Brazil: FNT / GMT-2, BRT / GMT-3 and AMT / GMT-4.
Brazil has the most diverse and multicultural population in the world. Half of the 200 million people in the country are of a multi-racial background. Despite being the 5th most populated country in the world, Brazil is also one of the countries with the smallest density, having only 62 people per square mile (24/km2) as you can see in Brazil on map. Most of the population lives along the coast or in the states capitals.
Brazil economic and social progress between 2003 and 2014 lifted 29 million people out of poverty and inequality dropped significantly (the Gini coefficient fell by 6.6 percentage points in the same period, from 58.1 down to 51.5) as its shown in Brazil on map. The income level of the poorest 40% of the population rose, on average, 7.1% (in real terms) between 2003 and 2014.
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Brazil as its mentioned in the detailed map of Brazil shares a border with almost every other country in South America--only Chile and Ecuador are untouched--and covers almost half the continent. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, behind Russia, Canada, China, and the U.S.A., with an area of eight and a half million square kilometers.
Despite its vast expanse of territory, Brazil population is concentrated in the major cities of its coast as you can see in the detailed map of Brazil. The urban sprawls of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo dominate the southern coast. Further north, towns such as Salvador and João Pessoa retain the colonial atmosphere of the early Portuguese settlers. The great interior, much of which is covered by the rainforest basin of the Amazon, remains sparsely settled.
Almost half of Brazil territory is covered by the basin of the Amazon River and its tributaries, a region that is one of the world largest rainforest ecologies as its shown in the detailed map of Brazil. Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of this area has suffered the effects of modernization in recent years. From the Amazon mouth on the Pacific to Manaus, the region bustling main city, the river is heavily traveled, and wildlife is scarce. Away from the cities and the main course of the Amazon, however, smaller tributaries lead past unspoiled habitat and traditional villages.
Map of Northern Brazil shows the North part of the country Brazil. Northern Brazil map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of Brazil in Americas. The map of Northern Brazil is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Northern Region of Brazil is the largest Region of Brazil, corresponding to 45.27% of the national territory as its shown in the map of Northern Brazil. It is the least inhabited of the country, and contributes with a minor percentage in the national GDP and population. Northern Brazil is composed by the states of Acre, Amapá, Amazonas, Pará, Rondônia, Roraima and Tocantins.
Northern Brazil demographic density is the lowest in Brazil considering all the regions of the country, with only 0.292 inhabitants per km2. Most of the population is centered in urban areas. Belém International Airport and Manaus International Airport as its mentioned in the map of Northern Brazil connects North region with many Brazilian cities and also operates some international flights. The North is home to the Federal University of Amazonas and Federal University of Pará.
The economy of Northern Brazil is essentially based on the vegetal plantation and extraction, such as latex, açaí , woods and nuts; and mineral extraction of gold, precious stones, cassiterite and tin (metal); as well as mining exploitation, mainly iron, at Carajás Mountain Range (in the State of Pará) and manganese, at Navio Mountain Range (in the State of Amapá). Northern Brazil is home to about 2.5 million insect species, tens of thousands of plants, and some 2000 birds and mammals as you can see in the map of Northern Brazil. To date, at least 40,000 plant species, 3,000 fish, 1,294 birds, 427 mammals, 428 amphibians, and 378 reptiles have been scientifically classified in the region.
Map of Southern Brazil shows the South part of the country Brazil. Southern Brazil map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of Brazil in Americas. The map of Southern Brazil is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Southern Region of Brazil is one of the five administrative regions of Brazil. It includes the states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul and covers 576,300.8 km ² as its shown in the map of Southern Brazil, being the smallest portion of the country. Southern Brazil is a great tourist, economic and cultural pole.It borders Uruguay, Argentina, and Paraguay as well as the Center-West Region, the Southeast Region and the Atlantic Ocean.
The southern region of Brazil received large numbers of European immigrants during the 19th century, who have had a large influence on its demography and culture. The main ethnic groups of Southern Brazil are Brazilians of Italian, Portuguese and German descent. The region is highly urbanized (82%) and many cities are famous for their urban planning, like Curitiba and Maringá as its mentioned in the map of Southern Brazil. It has a relatively high standard of living, with the highest Human Development Index of Brazil, 0.859 (2007), and the second highest per capita income of the country, $13.396, behind only the Southeast Region. The region also has a 94% literacy rate.
The Rio Grande do Sul in Southern Brazil has a great potential for palaeontological tourism, with many paleontological sites and museums in Paleorrota. There is a large area in the center of the state that belongs to the Triassic. In Southern Brazil lived Rhynchosaur, thecodonts, exaeretodons, taurikosaurus, Guaibasaurus, Saturnalia tupiniquim, Sacisaurus, Unaysaurus and many others as you can see in the map of Southern Brazil.