Brazilian Embassy Information
Brazil is the largest country in both Latin America and South America, spanning roughly 3.2 million square miles. Its population is about 208 million people, making it the world’s sixth most populous country. The capital of Brazil is Brasília, but the most populous city is São Paulo. It is a very multiculturally and ethnically diverse country as a center of global mass immigration. Brazil consists of a union of 26 states, a Federal District, and 5,570 municipalities. It has a 4,655-mile coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and is bordered by every other country in South America, barring Ecuador and Chile. The official language is Portuguese.
Contact Information (1)
Phone: (202) 461-3000
Fax: (202) 461-3001
Ambassador Information (2)
Ambassador: Fernando MEIRELLES DE AZEVADO PIMENTEL, Minister Counselor
Date of Presentation of Credentials: 06/03/19
Information About Brazil:
Total Population3: 212,559
Sex Ratio3: 96.6
Population Growth3: 0.78
Total Fertility (Expected total births per woman over a lifetime)4: 1.74
Life Expectancy At Birth5: 75.56
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