Brazil was first discovered and explored by indigenous civilization in the 1500s. Ever since Brazil has encountered a various number of cultures. Most of these cultures have migrated to Brazil because of slavery, to find labor, or to start new lives. There are many diverse cultured in brazil, but each one represents its fascinating and different culture.
The Indigenous culture migrated to Brazil around the 1500s. About 200,000, migrators came over as tribes and there were 200 different ones. The Indigenous culture came to Brazil from trying to see and explore the world and prior to the European invasion that made the tribes flee. The name Indigenous comes from the word Indios, which actually means Indians, and thats basically what they were. As of today, there are about 60 to 65 Indigenous tribes living in Brazil representing its culture to the fullest.
The next group that impacted Brazilian culture was the Portuguese culture. Most of the Brazilian citizens have ancestral origins in their lifelines. The portuguese Migrated to Brazil around 1822 after they claimed their independence from Portugal. Another reason the groups migrated was they sought economic opportunities. A lot of the portuguese came to Brazil working as traders and shopkeepers. Brazil was founded to have gold and diamond mines so a lot more people started to migrated to try and get in on the wealth it was holding There were about 330,000 Portuguese that came to Brazil and now there are about 50 to 60 million Portuguese living in brazil currently. 50 million people comes out to be about 50 percent of the population in Brazil today. The main language spoken in Brazil is Portuguese. From them being one of the first main settlers in the region, the language originates from the culture of Portugal.
Another culture that had an impact on Brazil was a race called Afro Brazilian. These were african american referred to as “Preto” which is just another name for black. Another name they were distinguished by was “Prado” which meant multiracial or brown. The population make up about 20 percent of Brazil. During the migration of Afro Brazilians to Brazil, about 9 to 10 million african americans were transported over to the European colonies , then sent to Brazil and sold as slaves. Many of the African Americans at the time worked in coffee fields because it was in the time of the...