Do you have any information about the different countries’ geographies in the world? Do you think that your knowledge about the geography is enough for you? Do you like to read the books that are related to the geography and the different countries of the world? Today we are going to make a short analysis about the country of the Brazil and more specifically we will give information about the different border neighbors of the country of the Brazil. As all we know Brazil is one of the most popular countries in the world and from the different aspects that country is very popular.
First of all when we say that to the people about the football, almost all of the people around the whole world knows that the most important and the most successful football players are from the Brazil and there are lots of the different people who are living in the country of the Brazil and they are saying that the football is the second religion of them. On the other hand, when we say the name of the Brazil, we know that the carnival of Rio is one of the most important events in the world from the point of the entertaining and it can be easily said that the carnival is one of the most popular carnival that are held each year in the whole world. Each year millions of the people are coming not only joining to the carnival of Rio but on the other hand they are visiting the different beautiful places of the country. As all we know, the capital of the Brazil is the Rio de Janerio and that city is also one of the most beautiful and popular cities of the world. Each year, millions of the people are coming to the city. Now more specifically let’s look at the border neighbors of the country of the Brazil all together.
The Number of the Countries that are the Border of the Country of the Brazil
When we look at the number of the countries that are the neighbor of the Brazil, we can see that In South America, there are 10 countries that border Brazil.
To the northwest, Colombia borders Brazil.
To the north, Brazil is bordered by Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana (still part of France).
To the east is the Atlantic Ocean.
Uruguay borders Brazil to the south.
To the southwest, Argentina and Paraguay border Brazil.
To the west, Brazil is bordered by Bolivia and Peru.
With these countries there are lots of the connections of the country from the point of not only the trade but also on the other hand they are doing the tourism activities to each other. And on the other hand the Brazil’s being one of the most powerful and huge country in the region, it is inevitable that the development of the country in the region.