Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil
Title: Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil
Description: Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil LA Galaxy tickets Gold Cup soccer tickets Superliga tickets World Cup soccer tickets World Series of Football tickets TIME IN BRAZIL Search is ranked 12073620 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $9,660. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Daily Revenue: $26
Monthly Revenue $794
Yearly Revenue: $9,660
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Monthly Unique Visitors: 73,050
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Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil Take a Virtual Trip to Brazil LA Galaxy tickets Gold Cup soccer tickets Superliga tickets World Cup soccer tickets World Series of Football tickets TIME IN BRAZIL Search Write to Walter Last update 09/26/07 Requires a Java Enabled Browser. Requires a Java Enabled Browser. Requires a Java Enabled Browser. Most pages in English, Portuguese and some French. Use Altavista to translate Help-Search Look here first - NEW-NOVIDADES to see the most recent additions FREE E-MAIL MORE BRAZIL - Historical Figures, People, Historical facts, Culture, links to other sites. Find zip codes or phone numbers in Brazil [Help-search] Daily Brazilian news in: Português Brazilian Brochure (~25 megs PDF) Tour Alagoas Brochure (~25 megs PDF) Look at the cool pictures Where are we going today? Just click on the city and start your trip! or select the links on the left side. Clique no mapa para visitar a área desejada ou clique nas op??es à esquerda. Portuguese navigator Pedro Alvares Cabral discovered Brazil in 1500. From then on, various export cycles dominated Brazil's economic development. The first of these cycles was based on the exportation of brazilwood, used to make dyes and paints. During the 17th century, Brazil became the world's largest producer of sugar. In this period, a large number of African slaves were brought to Brazil to work in the sugar cane plantations. Gold and diamonds eventually replaced sugar as the country's major export product. By the second half of the 19th century, Brazil was deep in a new cycle with coffee as the major export. Today, coffee is still one of Brazil's major sources of income. The late 19th-century rubber boom also brought prosperity and development to the north of Brazil, previously ignored by the international economy. When Napoleon invaded Portugal in the early 1800's, Dom Jo?o VI King of Portugal, fled to Brazil where the Portuguese court continued to run the empire. Ports were opened to international (mostly British) commerce, and the colony grew substantially. In 1789, one of Brazil's first movements for independence from Portugal was crushed. Its hero, Tiradentes, became a national symbol of liberty. Independence was finally proclaimed by Dom Pedro I (Dom Jo?o's son) in 1822. He became Brazil's first Emperor. His son, Dom Pedro II. reigned for 49 years until 1889 when the country became a Republic. In 1888, slavery was abolished. In 1940 Brazil began a new phase characterized by industrial development. At the same time, agricultural technology advanced giving further impetus to the industrial surge and accelerating financial expansion. In spite of a large and ever growing internal domestic market. Brazil continues to be a major exporter of agricultural products as well as manufactured items such as heavy machinery, shoes and steel products. Other historical facts Brazil's inhabitants are descendants of a mixture of people. Portuguese colonizers mixed with the native Indians and African slaves (mostly of Yoruba and Quimbundu origin, corresponding to modern-day Nigeria Benin and Angola). Dutch and French colonization also took place in the Northeast. In the 19th century, waves of German, Italian, Polish and Japanese immigrants added new elements to the mixture. Brazilians are perhaps one of the most racially mixed peoples in the world. Portuguese is the national language, but Brazilian Portuguese is very different in accent and intonation from the language spoken in Portugal or in other former Portuguese colonies. Some people suggest that Brazilians actually speak ''Brazilian" much in the same way that Americans might be said to speak ''American" rather than English. Need more info about Brazil for your school report? (MENTION THIS WEB SITE WHEN YOU WRITE) NOTE: They have limited jurisdiction including States of Oregon, Washington, Alaska and some counties in the state of California. Visit for full listing. Write to: Setor Cultural att: Rosana de Sa Consulate General of Brazil 300 Montgomery St. Suite 900 San Francisco, CA 94104 Do you Want to advertise on this site? write to Deseja colocar a sua propaganda neste site?, escreva para gente. You are the virtual tourist # since May 2007 Copyright notice: Please note that most material on this site is copyrighted, if pieces and bits of this site is found in other locations without proper authorization there are happy lawyers that would be glad to contact you. If you would like to use some pictures, contents of this site, please contact author first. Questions or problems regarding this web site should be directed to Copyright ? 2003 Walter T. Morales. All rights reserved. Last modified: Tuesday September 25, 2007. Whois

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