Brazil and its Colorful Character
Brazil has a pretty imposing coat of arms that bears the same colors as its flag. One may get the correct sense that this is a place of natural lushness and plenty of space. Its perfect if you'd like to personalize your kitchen or just make it a more friendly space in general. It is not too uncommon to remember a trip as a blur but this travel souvenir from Brazil will be a daily reminder of the colorful cities and natural environments that you visited.
Brazil: the Portuguese Experiment
The coat of arms dates from 1889 when Brazil became an independent country. Brazil is the largest country in South America. Additionally, it is the only one where people speak Portuguese and not Spanish because is was a Portuguese colony for more than three hundreds years. In some ways, Brazil has been playing its own game in South America. However, since the formation of Mercosur, which Brazil actively promoted, linked with its Spanish' speaking counterparts. Mercosur is a regional market that includes Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay among other countries. Brazil features a diverse natural landscape and it is home to the longest river in the world, the Amazon, and the biggest rain forest. The country is also known for its beautiful beaches that go from Salvador in the North to Rio Grande do Sul in the border with Uruguay. Rio de janeiro and Sao Paulo are its country's most emblematic cities which are two of the most populated in the continent. By all means, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home.