located in northeastern Brazil
Brazil is a country of tropical forests, mountains, waterfalls and beaches – summer lasts all year round. From the top of Mount Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro, Christ the Redeemer follows the country’s largest city. The monument was opened in 1931, and in 1965 it was consecrated by Pope Paul VI.
Want to conquer the Amazon jungle? Go to Iguazu National Park. The reserve on the border of Brazil and Argentina, UNESCO is called the natural heritage of mankind. It is famous for the unique cascade waterfall Iguazu. Continue reading