MOVING TO BRAZIL
TIPS ABOUT BRAZIL
27/09 [Event] Live Music with Aymeric Frerejean
September 14, 2017
[French version] How to find an IVB and survive it in Brazil
July 25, 2017
Esthetic surgery, the other national sport in Brazil
Culture shock in Brazil... Tudo bem!
[Newsletter] Some news from me
July 18, 2017
Highway Brazil, traveling knowing the Brazilian reality
July 17, 2017
[Newsletter] "Goodwill make the way shorter"
May 30, 2017
[Video interview] The Speak Portuguese Brazil programs changed Julie Dehareng's professional life
May 19, 2017
The vocabulary to learn to travel in Brazil!
May 18, 2017
Travel report - Let's go to the Nordeste!
Who is eligible to work in Brazil?
January 7, 2017
Our letter to investors in Brazil : Change in Visa fees
March 14, 2016
STUDENT VISA IN BRAZIL
January 19, 2017
December 18, 2015
The Brazilian flag : the national treasure
We can all agree that the Brazilian flag is one of the most iconic flags in this world.
Brazilians are so proud of it that you can see it everywhere on the streets and even on the notorious Havaianas.
History of this national symbol of Brazil: the Brazilian flag
This Brazilian symbol, as we know it nowadays, was introduced in November 19th 1889 for the declaration of the Brazilian Republic.
Characterised by a green and yellow background, it is one of the most recognisable and unique flag on the world.
Indeed, more than 60% of national flags are composed of red and blue.
The Brazilian flag: symbol of national identity
The first Brazilian flag was introduced in 1822, date of the Independence of Brazil.
At first the green and yellow symbolised the colours of the royal house, governor of Brazil: green of Bragance and the gold of Habsbourg.
Nowadays these colours have a totally different maning: the green of Amazonia and yellow for the Brazilian gold.
The blue disc is composed of 27 stars, which represent the sky of Rio de Janeiro the night of November 15th 1889 at 8.30pm for the declaration of the Brazilian Republic.
The 27 stars represent the Federal States and the Federal District of Brasilia.
In the middle of this blue disc, you can read the Brazilian motto: Ordem e Progresso quote from August Compte, ambassador of the positivist though.
O amor por princípio, e a ordem por base, o progresso por fim, meaning: progress comes from the development of the order.
A star is added to the flag for every new state, the last one was added in 1992.
Rio de Janeiro
Declaration of the Brazilian republic
Independence of Brazil
ordem e progresso
Amazonia Fashion Week
Belém fashion days
Business etiquette Brazil
Feira de Artisanato
Find a job
Museu das Minas e do metal
My Little Brasil
Palacio Das Artes
Praia da Pipa
Praça do Papa
Pão de queijo