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As a land of contrasts, displaying a great cultural and ethnic diversity, Brazil is deemed to be a real haven for expatriates.

If you dream of living in a tropical country, along lively beaches and a wild nature, and to discover ancient traditions and cultures within a multiethnic society, Brazil is the ideal place for you. Famous for its Carnival, it is sure to bring you an extraordinary expat experience.

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