The Brazilian flag is a flag with a green field with in the center an emblem. The used colors in the flag are blue, green, yellow, white. The proportion of the Brazilian flag is 7:10. The Flag of Brazil was adopted in 1992. The first use of the current flag design was in 1889. The last change to the current Brazilian flag design was in 1992.
The Brazilian flag is the flag of the country named Brazil. Brazil is located in continental South America. Brazil has 10 neighbouring countries. The total length of land borders of Brazil is 9 129 mi/ 14 691 km. Brazil border neighbours and border lengths are: Argentina: 1 224 km, Bolivia: 3 400 km, Colombia: 1 643 km, French Guiana (France): 673 km, Guyana: 1 119 km, Paraguay: 1 290 km, Peru: 1 560 km, Suriname: 597 km, Uruguay: 985 km, Venezuela: 2 200 km.
205 338 000 people are living in Brazil, a country stretching over 3 287 956 sq mi/ 8 515 767 km² (0.65% water). The population density in Brazil is of 62 per sq mi/ 24 people per km². The official language of Brazil is Portuguese. The capital city of Brazil is Brasília. Brazil is a Federal presidential constitutional republic.
The currency in Brazil is the Brazilian real R$ (BRL). UTC (standard time) in Brazil is UTC−02:00 to UTC−05:00 and UTC−02:00 to UTC−05:00 in summer. Brazil has the unique two-letter country code, BR (also Internet top-level domain), its three-letter country code is BRA, and its three-digit country code is 076. The calling code for Brazil is +55.
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