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Brazil is a fanmade character for the series Hetalia: Axis Powers. She is the representive of the Federative Republic of Brazil that is the largest country in both South America and the Latin American Region. She recieved the name Maria Dias Fernandes Santos.


The Federative Republic of Brazil
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Face shot of Brazil

Name

Federative Republic of Brazil

(República Federativa do Brasil)

Human Name

Maria Dias Fernandes Santos

(マリア 日 フェルナンデス サントス)

Alternate Spellings

Maria Diaz Fernandez Santos

(マリア ディアス フェルナンデス サントス)

Age

21

Gender

Female

Birthday

September 7th

Hair Colour

Brown

Black

Eye Colour

Brown

Grey

This page is under construction.

AttributesEdit

AppearanceEdit

Brazil is a tall but kind of short girl that has long black hair that is partly tied into a plait. She has tanned skin and honey comb eyes. The tecoma chrysostricha is tucked in her hair.

Her uniform is a dark blue coat with gold buttons in front of it with a white ankle-length skirt with golden trims. On her coat she has golden shoulder pads. Underneath her skirt she wears black tights and black army boots.

Brazil is also depicted with a sabiá-laranjeira on her head.

Personality and InterestsEdit

Brazil is a fun-loving, energetic girl that enjoys freedom. She knows lots of football, something about volleyball and basketball and that is curious about American fotball but knowing baseball is absolutely incomprehensible.

RelationshipsEdit

AmericaEdit

Main Article:America

Brazil-United States relations has long history. America was the first nation to recognise Brazilian independence and Brazil the only South American nation to send troops to fight alongside the allies in WWII.  They both didn't properly open up towards each other, the relations between the two nations have been relatively distant in periods.

Brazil made some contributions to the Allies, the US, the Soviet Union and the UK against the Axis powers.

CubaEdit

Main Article: Cuba

The two have an execellent relationship with eachother, following a meeting of foreign ministers. Brazil and her leader desire to be his number one partner. Probably Brazil's love interest.

ChinaEdit

Main Article: China

China and Brazil have a friendly and neutral relationship with together. China has became her largest trading partner. Many in the Brazilian media consider China to be her most promising business partner.

CanadaEdit

Main Article: Canada

Canada and Brazil were both colonies of European powers, and had no direct contacts; though Brazil's independence was much earlier than Canada's.

The two nations seem to have a king of friendly relationship, but is evolving gradually over time.

DenmarkEdit

Main Article: Denmark

Denmark and Brazil only know each other for Brazil has an embassy in Denmark and Denmark has an embassy in Brail.

FinlandEdit

Main Article: Finland

Brazil has recognised the independence of Finland on December 26, 1919. They both have embassies in both of their nations.

FranceEdit

Main Article: France

France has recognized Brazil as his special partner in South America and as a global player in international affairs. Recently, France announced his support to Brazil's big for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.

GreeceEdit

Main Article: Greece

The two have enjoyed "Bilteral relations (that) have always been good and are progressing smoothly," according to the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

HungaryEdit

Main Article: Hungary

The two have signed the Brazil-Hungary Cultural Agreement in 1992.

JapanEdit

Main Article: Japan

There is nothing much between these two, but Brazil is a home to Japan.

RussiaEdit

Main Article: Russia

Brazil-Russia relations have seen a significant improvement in recent years. Today Brazil shares an important alliance with the Russian Federation, with partnersgips in areas such as space and military technologies, and telecommunications.

SpainEdit

Main Article: Spain

Despite cultural similarities between the two countries, diplomatic foreign relationships between Brasilia and Madird have not always been excellent. But you could say they have a neutral relationship.

Photo GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Not usually Spain or Brazil get's really serious, but Brazil left Spain disappointed and angry after her 3-0 win. She produced ground-breaking, breath-taking performance at the Maracana to overwhelm the other and claim her third consecutive Fifa Confederations Cup.
  • Usually when Brazil goes abroad she wears her football uniform's shirt.

ReferencesEdit

References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_relations_of_Brazil Relations of Brazil

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