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With the FIFA World Cup about to kick off and the Olympic Games looming on the horizon in Brazil for 2016, this cou...
With the FIFA World Cup about to kick off and the Olympic Games looming on the horizon in Brazil for 2016, this country is one of the hottest destinations this summer and beyond. Many people know Brazil as the homeland of one of the all-time best soccer players in the world, but Brazil is so much more. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world by population and as a consequence it has one of the world's most varied and diverse cultures. It is also a country that attracts millions of visitors to some of the most fascinating and magical places on Earth. These are the top 10 destinations in Brazil that are iconic in this country.
Ouro Preto's name translates as “black gold” and it is one of Brazil's best preserved colonial cities. Founded in the 17th century it contains a fully preserved Portuguese colonial architecture.
Teatro Amazonas is a beautiful opera house built in Manaus, in the heart of Amazonia. In 1990, it restarted performances after a 90-year hiatus.
Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful archipelago that is fabled as an eco-wonderland and a type of heaven for beach lovers. Even sharks are friendly to people here.
Declared a Historical and Cultural Patrimony of Humanity, Olinda is one of the country's most important cultural centres. The city was founded in the 16th century and its history is linked to the sugar cane trade.
Salvador is the capital of Bahina, an area in Brazil deeply influenced by its African roots. It is an attractive colonial city with a rich musical scene and a plethora of otherworldly beaches.
Located in the the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, it is one of the world's largest tropical wetland areas. Pantanal is home to diverse wildlife, including the largest jaguar populations in South America.
While there are carnivals all over Brazil, the biggest and the best known is the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. It is estimated that there are around two million people per day on the streets when the carnival is happening.
With its length of 4.000 miles, the Amazon river is the second longest river in the world. It also runs through several countries like Guyana, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia and Peru. It one of the most biodiverse areas in the world
The Iguazu Falls is considered to be one of the natural wonders of the world. Situated on the border between Argentina and Brazil, it is one of the world's most stunning natural places ever seen.
The Christ the Redeemer statue is located at the peak of the Corcovado mountain and it provides a breathtaking panorama. It is 130 feet tall and it has become one of Rio's most recognizable symbols.