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BRAZIL is one of the largest countries in the world and it is very rich in natural resources and beauty. The country has 26 States and a population around 180 million. Rio, in the Southeast area, is the most famous city, called "Wonderful City" by the Brazilians and well known internationally.

Brazil became independent from Portugal in 1822 and its cultural diversity is a result of a melting pot of different races and backgrounds. Brazilians are considered the friendliest people in the world and they are interested in other cultures.




How good it would be...

 If we could live in a place

which  would be shaded,

well ventilated

and feel fresh, in summer...

At the same time,

it would be sunny,

warm and cozy,

in the cool days...


How good it would be…

If this type of place,

 would be cheaper to run...


It would be even better,

 if we could have all these things,

using natural resources,

to live in harmony

with the environment!





South of Brazil has a strong European heritage, from the industrial revolution of the  1800's. Original settlements have developed into big cities and the region has some of the largest industries of the country.

South of Brazil has some of the best life styles to work and live.

In many cities a visitor might think the place is somewhere in Europe because of street names and  telephone books contain surnames listed with a majority of Germans, Italians and also some Polish and Russian descendents.

Brazilian Southeast is the richest in all industries in the country it and has the largest settlement of Japanese descendents outside Japan, whose ancestors migrated to Brazil after the Second World War. 





Brazilian Northeast gave place to the first Portuguese settlers. Later on, African workers were introduced as slaves in the first coffee and cocoa farms. When freedom from slavery was given in 1888 by Princess Isabel, these African descendents spread across the country.

The cultural mix of Africans and Europeans made the country so rich in rithyms and music, which made Brazilian culture so popular and unique.

Afro dances and drumming sounds gave origin to the famous Carnival which attracts visitors and attention from all over the world.

Brazilian Northeast has also, some of the most stunning heritage architecture and pristine beaches for holidays and a relaxing lifestyle.




Now, you can!



ViaSolare can do

such a design for you.



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