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Brasilia is the capital city and the seat of Federal Government and is situated at an average altitude of 1,100 metres (3,500 feet) above sea level and about 1,100 km (680 miles) from Brazil's best known city, Rio de Janeiro, on the coast. Other major cities include Manaus, Recife, Santos and Sao Paulo.
As Brazil is based on relatively stable continental crust, much of the country is below 500 metres (1,700 feet) and there is little or no volcanic or seismic activity.
The population of Brazil was 198,739,279 in 2009. Given the colonial history of Brazil, there is a rich ethnic mix of white (mainly of European, mostly Portuguese origin), mixed white and black or mulattos, black and the remaining
Amerindian, South East Asian or Arab in origin. With the exception of the Amerindian population, Brazilians consider themselves as one people with a single culture. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. English, French and Spanish are also spoken. 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 has been a leading player in the World Trade Organization’s Doha Round negotiations and continues to seek to bring that effort to successful conclusion.
Brazilian soy, iron ore, and steel, becoming one of Brazil's principal trading partners and a potential source of investment. About half of Brazil is covered in forests, and Brazil has the majority of the world's largest rain forest, the Amazon. Little less than forty percent of the Amazon, and to a lesser extent the Cerrado (tropical savannah), is managed by national, state, or municipal governments, either as conservation units, forest concessions, or officially designated indigenous lands. Exotic excitement awaits one when visiting Salvador, Brazil.
With many fine attractions and events to choose from, one’s stay will always be a very pleasant experience. One of the main attractions in Salvador is the Carnival.
The Carnival event happens at the first of the year and consists of parades, entertainment, music, dancers and vendors. One can expect to have a lot of fun if they vacation in Salvador, Brazil during Carnival.
Salvador also has many other attractions that tourists will find enjoyable. These include golf courses, museums and even an old 17th century fort.
Anyone wishing to visit Salvador, Brazil will find their trip to be entertaining, fun and full of wonderful memories that they can share with their loved ones.