sexta-feira, 22 de outubro de 2010

Queridos Amigos, hoje peço licença a todos para não falar de André Rieu, num Blog que tem todo o espaço para os amigos e fãs demonstrarem carinho e admiração pelo Maestro.

Acontece que nosso Blog tem sido visitado por amigos de todo o mundo!

Algumas dessas pessoas  não conhecem o nosso país. Gostaria de apresentar André Rieu a todo o Brasil e procuro fazê-lo através deste Blog...mas hoje, quero apresentar o Brasil ao maestro..ah e a todos os amigos do mundo que compartilham esta paixão "rieuense". Com licença, FansBrasil....


                  Please, learn a little of our country: Brazil!

Population: 198,739,269  (estimate)
Capital: Brasilia
Official Name: Federative Republic of Brazil
Important Cities: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador
Area: 3,287,612 square miles (8,514,877 sq km)
Coastline: 4,655 miles (7,491 km)
Highest Point: Pico da Neblina 9,888 feet (3,014 m)

Brazil is the largest country in South America and covers nearly half (47%) of the South American continent. It is currently the fifth largest economy in the world, is home to the Amazon Rainforest and is a popular location for tourism.
Brazil is also rich in natural resources and active in world issues such as climate change, giving it significance on a worldwide scale.

The following is a list of the most important things to know about Brazil:

- The official language of Brazil is Portuguese;
-  Brazil has 13 cities with over one million residents.
- Today, Brazil has one of the largest economies in the Americas and is the largest in South America.
- Brazil's most common agricultural exports today are coffee, soybeans, wheat, rice, corn, sugarcane, cocoa, citrus and beef.
- Brazil has a plethora of natural resources which include: iron ore, tin, aluminum, gold, phosphate, platinum, uranium, manganese, copper and coal.
- One of the most famous mountains in the world is the Corcovado located in Rio de Janeiro
- Brazil's climate is considered mainly tropical, but it is temperate in the south.
- Brazil is considered one of the most biodiverse places in the world because its
rainforests are home to more than 1,000 bird species, 3,000 fish species and many mammals and reptiles such as alligators, freshwater dolphins and manatees.
- The Rio Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro is one of the most famous attractions in Brazil. It attracts thousands of tourists yearly, but it is also a tradition for Brazilians who often spend the year prior to the Carnival preparing for it. But, Brazil isn´t only Carnival.
-Brasil (com S) loves André Rieu.(hehehehe)

That’s why we proudly invite you to:

 Known as the “Wonderful City”, Rio de Janeiro offers attractions that have rendered the city international fame. Who has never heard about carnival in Rio, the most amazing popular party in the world?
Or who has never heard about Sugar Loaf Mountain and the statue of Christ Redeemer? Or about the beautiful beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana, that have inspired musicians from all over the world? Or, also, who has never heard about the Tijuca National Park – the largest urban area natural preservation area in the Country? Rio is all that. And much more. 
The city was the Brazilian capital until 1960 – when Brasilia, the current capital, was inaugurated. Because it was the capital, concentrating much power, the city’s architectonic traces include luxurious and imposing constructions – that sheltered the nobility and other important personages of those times. Since the city’s weather is hot and pleasant all through the year, Rio does not depend on seasons to attract visitors. Its attractions can be appreciated any time of the year.

Whoever visits Rio soon finds out that his/her agenda is always full – that is the pride of the local population. There is always something to be done in the city, from exhibitions, theater plays, dance and music shows to sports events for all tastes – such as free flying, much appreciated by all those who enjoy strong sensations on board a hang glider floating above the most famous landscapes of Rio. But the Wonderful City has yet a wide range of other attractions to offer, such as cultural centers, numberless museums, churches, famous confectioners’, old streetcars and beaches – many beaches. Far from the beaches
Besides the millions of visitors that thrive for the landscapes and natural beauties and the wide range of culture and history offered by this especially Brazilian city, a different type of tourist has been increasingly attracted to
Rio in the last few years: the business tourist. The capital of the State of Rio de Janeiro is also one of the greatest business centers in the Country, being constantly chosen to host important national and international conferences, congresses and meetings.   

Do you  know São Paulo? It is Beautiful, wealthy, intellectual, inclusive, vibrant, sports-loving, cultural, sentimental, romantic, modern, sophisticated, self-confident and professional, São Paulo is all of these and more: no single adjective can accurately describe this world-renowned megacity.
Forged from a melting pot of nationalities, cultures, beliefs, philosophies and ideals, this huge and pioneering metropolis is truly cosmopolitan by vocation and choice. It’s Italian, German, Jewish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, French, African, Arab, Spanish, Latino, Brazilian and Paulistano. These and so many other facets are reflected in the architecture of the buildings, the streets, the refined tastes of the city’s culinary delights and in the styles and mannerisms of a people who never stop as they boldly create the city’s history, day after day.
The grandeur of
São Paulo is demonstrated in many ways. The city houses Latin America’s largest number of hotel and health care facilities, and is also Brazil’s cultural centre. It is considered one of the world’s dining capitals, is recognized worldwide as a leading destination for major events, trade fairs and expositions, and is home to the country’s finest academic centres and research institutes.
São Paulo is one of few places where the past and present are seamlessly interwoven. The city has witnessed events from Brazilian Independence to political and cultural revolutions and pro-democracy protests. It is also home to hundreds of cinemas, museums, theatres, cultural heritage sites, parks, performance halls, amusement and theme parks, restaurants, bars, hotels, event spaces, street fairs, shopping centres and specialized retail districts.
Each year about ten million visitors come to do business, go shopping or simply enjoy the city’s world class culture. Here, they experience an around-the-clock metropolis and a lifestyle that mixes work and pleasure like they were two sides of the same coin. Capital city of a state the size of the United Kingdom, with a population similar to Spain’s, and generating almost half of Brazil’s economic output, São Paulo has become Brazil’s foremost tourism destination. That’s why we proudly invite you to:
Until now, the biggest international names that have passed over the Morumbi include Michael Jackson, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Alice in Chains, Beyoncé, Coldplay, Bob Dylan, Franz Ferdinand, Guns N' Roses, High School Musical, Whitney Houston, Iron Maiden, Janet Jackson, Jonas Brothers, KISS, Linkin Park, Demi Lovato, Madonna, Paul McCartney,Metallica, Nirvana, Jordan Pruitt, Queen, RBD, Rush, Ivete Sangalo, Sepultura, U2 and Roger Waters, among others. Ah! U2 were to have been the last act to play the stadium, before the renovations for 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics were completed, but Bon Jovi have recently announced a date in October 2010, during their The Circle Tour. Rush also has a scheduled tour date on October 8, 2010 and The Black Eyed Peas, withDavid Guetta, on November 4. Recently it was confirmed that Paul McCartney will perform the last concert of his current tour at the stadium on November 21
Brazil is more!! Look this!

Belo Horizonte

Blumenau- SC

Rio Negrinho SC
Rio Grande do Sul

Bento Gonçalves RS


Niteroi RJ

João Pessoa

More João Pessoa- PA

Rio de Janeiro

São Paulo Museu Ipiranga 

oh, its me! Ilhabela SP

Well,  I hope you enjoyed! We are waiting for you here! to finish a little bit of Brazil to all of us! with him .... ah! he could not miss ...


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