Your question: What are the nine countries that border Brazil?

What are the 10 countries that border Brazil?

World’s fifth largest country, Brazil is surrounded by Suriname, Guyana, French Guiana, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Argentina.

How many countries are around Brazil?

Brazil has borders with ten countries, every country in South America with the exception of Chile and Ecuador, totaling 16,885 kilometres (10,492 mi).

How many countries border Brazil and what are their names?

Brazil borders ten countries in South America: French Guyana (an overseas department of France), Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela and Colombia, to the North; Uruguay and Argentina, to the South; and Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, to the West. Ecuador and Chile are the only countries in the continent which do not border Brazil.

Why is Brazil population so high?

The main factor behind the rapid population growth since 1960 is immigration both from Europe and Africa, as well as other points of the world. Current high population growth is explained by the high level (more than half of Brazil population) of young people under the age of 20 years.

Is Brazil a Spanish speaking country?

Portuguese is the official and national language of Brazil and is widely spoken by most of the population.

Languages of Brazil
Official Brazilian Portuguese
National Portuguese – 98%
Significant English – 7%, Spanish – 4%, Hunsrik – 1.5%
Main Portuguese
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