Independence Day

Brazil Independence Day 2021: Sete De Setembro

Brazilian People Going To Celebrated Brazil Independence Day on 7th September. Every Year Brazilian Citizen Celebrated Brazilian Independence Day and Its a Public Holiday in Brazil. It Also Know as Sete De Setembro. In Portuguese, It As Known As Dia da Independencia. So, We Will Try to Know About The History, How Did Brazil Gain its independence, How Do They Celebrate Independence Day in Brazil and Others Things.

History of The Independence in Brazil

The independence of Brazil Was Proclaimed on 7th September of the Year 1822 by The Prince Dom Pedro. Brazilians Did Not Have To Fight For Their Freedom from The Country Portugal. The Son of The Portuguese King (Prince Dom Pedro) Made a Declaration Independence of Brazil Neat The River Ipiranga.

Brazil Was a Colony of Portugal and they Paid High Taxes  to The Crown and The Royal Family. After Napoleon’s Attack on Portugal, The Royal Family Decided To Develop a New Economic Model. So, Prince Dom Pedro Signed and Declared Brazil’s an Independence Country.

Alcântara, better known as Pedro I, became the first emperor of Brazil and ruled from 1823 until 1831.

Brazil Independence Day: Celebration

How Do they Celebrate Independence Day in Brazil? Many of others Country Citizen and Around The World Might be Want To know That. On September 7th, 2020 Brazil Celebrated its 197th Anniversary.

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  • #IndependenceDayBrazil
  • #BrazilIndependenceDay
  • #DiaDaIndependência
  • #IndependênciaDoBrasil
  • #SeteDeSetembro

So, On The 7th September, The Brazilians Usually go to The streets and Wearing Clothes With The Colors of The Brazil Flag. They Arrange Big Military Parade, in The Capital and Each City Also has its own parade.

Another very common tradition on the Independence Day in Brazil is the Civic Parade. It takes place in various areas of the city, counting with the participation of students from all the schools in each region.

Things To Know:

– “Do you know that Brazil name is originated from a Portuguese name from a tree which is common in Brazil? From this tree a red dye was obtained and the area gained the name “tera de Brasil”. Portuguese gave the original name and that was “Land of the Holy Cross”.

– “On 21 April, 1960 Brasilia was established as new national capital. Do you know when Brasilia is viewed from above it looks like an aeroplane”.

– “Let us tell you that Brazil has been the world’s largest exporter of coffee”.

Brazil Independence Anthem:

Lyrics: Evaristo da Veiga
Music: D. Pedro I

Já podeis, da Pátria filhos,
Ver contente a mãe gentil;
Já raiou a liberdade
No horizonte do Brasil.

Brava gente brasileira!
Longe vá… temor servil:
Ou ficar a pátria livre
Ou morrer pelo Brasil.

Os grilhões que nos forjava
Da perfídia astuto ardil…
Houve mão mais poderosa:
Zombou deles o Brasil.

Brava gente brasileira!
Longe vá… temor servil:
Ou ficar a pátria livre
Ou morrer pelo Brasil.

Não temais ímpias falanges,
Que apresentam face hostil;
Vossos peitos, vossos braços
São muralhas do Brasil.

Brava gente brasileira!
Longe vá… temor servil:
Ou ficar a pátria livre
Ou morrer pelo Brasil.

Parabéns, ó brasileiro,
Já, com garbo varonil,
Do universo entre as nações
Resplandece a do Brasil.

Brava gente brasileira!
Longe vá… temor servil:
Ou ficar a pátria livre
Ou morrer pelo Brasil.

Brazilian people everywhere have much to be proud of as the nation celebrates its 196th Brazil Independence Day as one of the world’s most vibrant democracies.

Cynthia Russell

Hi! I am Cynthia Russel. Love To Travel Around The world and find out Culture and Celebrate. and My Team as Well. We believe that every day should be celebrated and that today is the day! Our aim is to bring all of the world’s National Day under one roof, and to create the ultimate guide to celebrating each and every day.

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