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Brazil Prezi

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Brazil Prezi
(Rio De Janeiro)
By: Peter, Phil, Samuel and Thomas
Information in Brazil as tourist
The important numbers
In case of a fire call 193
In case of an ambulance call 192
In case of the police call 190
The exchange rate for Canada is C$1=R$2.10
Opening hours of buildings
Banks 9am-3pm Monday to Friday. Not open Saturday or Sunday
Restaurants noon-2.30pm and 6pm-10pm
cafes 8am-10pm
Bars 6pm-2am
nightclubs 10pm-4am Thursday to Saturday. Not open the rest of the week
Shops9am-6pm Monday to Saturday and 9am-1pm on Sunday
Daily Costs
Budget less then R$200-Dorm bed R$40-70-Sandwich and drink in a bar R$10-15
Blubber Ducky INC
More info that you need to know
budget less then R$200
long-distance buses R$10-15 per hour of travel
Mid range R$200-400
Standard double room in a hotel R$150-300
Dinner for two in a mid range restaurant R$70-150
Jungle trips R200 per day
Top end
Boutique hotels R$500-800
upscale jungle lodges outside Manaus per night R$500-1000
Dinner for two at top restaurants are$180-400
The top ways to get around are plane, bus and boat
Brazil's love for Football(soccer)
Interaction
Environment
Brazil has the biggest biodiversity in the world, means the biggest variety of wild life
Brazil has so many animals because of the huge amazon in here country Brazil

Famous Brazilian Football players
Past
Present
Brazil has the largest Roman Catholic population in the world. In 2003, the literacy rate was at 88 percent of the population, and the youth literacy rate (ages 15–19) was 93.2 percent. Portuguese is the only official language of Brazil. Brazil's population is very diverse, comprising many races and ethnic groups. In general, Brazilians trace their origins from four sources: Amerindians, Europeans, Africans and Asians.
Place and location
Simple info
Brazil is located in South America by the equator and it's surrounding countries are Peru, Guyana, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, and more.
Population:198.7million
Capitol: Brasilia
Biggest city: Sao Paulo


Movement
The most common type of movement is by car,buses,taxi,train,biking,walking

There a lot of streams and rivers so using boats is common.

There are also many airports to get in and out of Brazil

Brazil's large area has a lot different ecosystems, that can sustain some of the world's greatest biodiversity.
Also Brazil has the highest number of mammals, the highest number of amphibians, the third highest number of birds and second highest number of reptiles. But Brazil Does have some endangered species.
Some of the most endangered animals in Brazil are Jaguar, Poison Dart Frog, Gorilla, Manatee, Harpy Eagle, the Gray Mouse and Toucans and Parrots
"Garota de Ipanema" ("The Girl from Ipanema") is a well-known Brazilian bossa nova song, a worldwide hit in the mid-1960s that won a Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965. It was written in 1962, with music by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Portuguese lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes. English lyrics were written later by Norman Gimbel.


Fun facts
Rio
presents
Brazil
1 One of the best
architects in the world, Oscar Niemeyer was the one who designed the capital city of Brazil.
2 Brazil was named for the tree called Brazil wood
3 It has the second highest number of airports in the world
4 Every Brazilian city has at least one soccer stadium
5 Brazil is a founding member of the United Nations and the G20
6 Brazil shares border with every country in the continent except Chile and Ecuador
7 Brazil is the fifth largest country on earth
8 Brazil has the ninth highest number of billionaires in the world
9 There are more than 180 native languages spoken in Brazil
10 Brazil produces the world’s best coffee
11 Brazil has the longest beach at 7500km
12 Brazil is one of the places in the world to make many friends
13 Brazil is one the 10 most powerful countries in the world
14 Brazil is considered to have the largest collection of beautiful and unusual flowers
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