A report on GuyanaSuriname and Brazil

Kaieteur Falls is the world's largest single-drop waterfall by volume.
Maroon village, along Suriname River, 1955
Depiction of Pedro Álvares Cabral landing in Porto Seguro in 1500, ushering in more than 300 years of Portuguese rule of Colonial Brazil.
Rupununi Savannah
Presidential Palace of Suriname
Painting showing the arrest of Tiradentes; he was sentenced to death for his involvement in the best known movement for independence in Colonial Brazil. Painting of 1914.
Satellite image of Guyana from 2004
Waterfront houses in Paramaribo, 1955
The Acclamation of King João VI of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves in Rio de Janeiro, 6 February 1818
Anomaloglossus beebei (Kaieteur), specific to the Guianas
Javanese immigrants brought as contract workers from the Dutch East Indies. Picture was taken between 1880 and 1900.
Declaration of the Brazilian independence by Prince Pedro (later Emperor Pedro I) on 7 September 1822.
The hoatzin is the national bird of Guyana.
Henck Arron, Beatrix and Johan Ferrier on 25 November 1975
Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil between 1831 and 1889.
A tractor in a rice field on Guyana's coastal plain
National Assembly
Soldiers of the FEB, the only Latin American military force in World War II, in Massarosa, Italy, 1944.
A proportional representation of Guyana exports, 2019
Court of Justice
Ulysses Guimarães holding the Constitution of 1988 in his hands
Thatched roof houses in Guyana
Map of Suriname
Coin of 1 real commemorating 25 years of Real Plan, which brought stability to the Brazilian economy after years of hyperinflation.
Guyana's population density in 2005 (people per km2)
Districts of Suriname
Topographic map of Brazil
A graph showing the population of Guyana from 1961 to 2003. The population decline in the 1980s can be clearly seen.
Brokopondo Reservoir surrounded by tropical rainforest
Rock formations and the Dedo de Deus (God's Finger) peak in the background, Serra dos Órgãos National Park, Rio de Janeiro state
The State House, Guyana's presidential residence
The Coppename river, one of many rivers in the interior
Brazil map of Köppen climate classification zones
The Supreme Court of Guyana
Leatherback sea turtle on the beach near the village of Galibi
Female pantanal jaguar in Piquirí River, Mato Grosso. Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland area.
Guyana's parliament building since 1834
Disputed areas shown on the map of Suriname (left and right, gray areas)
The Amazon rainforest, the most biodiverse rainforest in the world
Map of Guyana, showing the Essequibo River and (shaded dark) the river's drainage basin. Venezuela claims territory up to the western bank of the river. The historical claim by the UK included the river basin well into current-day Venezuela.
Suriname map of Köppen climate classification
Palácio do Planalto, the official workplace of the President of Brazil.
Cross-border bridge from Guyana to Brazil near Lethem
The blue poison dart frog is endemic to Suriname.
National Congress, seat of the legislative branch.
A proportional representation of Suriname exports, 2019
Supreme Federal Court of Brazil serves primarily as the Constitutional Court of the country
St George's Cathedral, Georgetown
Ministry of Finance
Itamaraty Palace, the seat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Providence Stadium as seen from the East Bank Highway
The population of Suriname from 1961 to 2003, in units of 1000. The slowdown and decline in population growth ~1969–1985 reflects a mass migration to the Netherlands and French Guiana.
Field agents of the Federal Police's Tactical Operations Command.
Immigrants from India
A proportional representation of Brazil exports, 2019
Synagogue and mosque adjacent to each other in Paramaribo
SUS official symbol, the Brazilian publicly funded health care system
Butcher in the Central Market in Paramaribo with signs written in Dutch
Historical building of the Federal University of Paraná, one of the oldest universities in Brazil, located in Curitiba.
Pagara (red firecracker ribbons)
Former President Dilma Rousseff at Jornal Nacional news program. Rede Globo is the world's second-largest commercial television network.
Central Suriname Nature Reserve seen from the Voltzberg
Population density of Brazilian municipalities
The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Paramaribo
Immigration Museum of the State of São Paulo in the neighborhood of Mooca, in São Paulo city. The Italian Brazilians are 15% of the population and the largest Italian community outside Italy.
The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro is one of the most famous religious statues worldwide
Museum of the Portuguese Language in São Paulo city, São Paulo.
Ocas of the Kuikuro people, Xingu Indigenous Park, Mato Grosso
Pomerode, Santa Catarina, is one of the municipalities with a cooficial language. In this region, Hunsrückisch and East Pomeranian, German dialects, are two of the minor languages (see Brazilian German).
Parade of Portela samba school at the Rio Carnival, the largest carnival in the world
Tom Jobim, one of the creators of bossa nova, and Chico Buarque, one of the leading names of MPB.
Machado de Assis, poet and novelist, founder of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.
Festival de Gramado, the biggest film festival in the country
São Paulo Municipal Theater, significant both for its architectural value as well as for its historical importance.
Candido Portinari in 1962, one of the most important Brazilian painters
Players at the podium with the first Olympic Gold of the Brazil national football team, won in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Football is the most popular sport in the country.
Brazil's tropical primary (old-growth) forest loss greatly exceeds that of other countries (compare rectangular areas), though its percentage loss is about the median among the ten countries with the greatest loss.
Rock art at Serra da Capivara National Park, one of the largest and oldest concentrations of prehistoric sites in the Americas.
Palácio do Planalto, the official workplace of the President of Brazil.
Declaration of the Brazilian independence by Prince Pedro (later Emperor Pedro I) on 7 September 1822.
The Cathedral of Brasilia, designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer for the federal capital, an example of Modern architecture
Brazil's tropical primary (old-growth) forest loss greatly exceeds that of other countries
Feijoada is one of the main dishes of Brazilian cuisine
Augusto Boal presenting a workshop on the Theatre of the Oppressed at Riverside Church in New York City in 2008

It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north, French Guiana to the east, Guyana to the west, and Brazil to the south.

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Guyana is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Brazil to the south and southwest, Venezuela to the west, and Suriname to the east.

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Brazil occupies a large area along the eastern coast of South America and includes much of the continent's interior, sharing land borders with Uruguay to the south; Argentina and Paraguay to the southwest; Bolivia and Peru to the west; Colombia to the northwest; and Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and France (French overseas region of French Guiana) to the north.

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One of the three cratons of the South American Plate.

One of the three cratons of the South American Plate.

Cerros de Mavecure, Guainía department, Colombia
Devil's Canyon in the Canaima National Park, Venezuela
Map of the Guianas
Heliamphora chimantensis, endemic to the Chimantá Massif (a Venezuelan part of the Guiana Shield)

The Guiana Shield underlies Guyana (previously British Guiana), Suriname (previously Dutch Guiana) and French Guiana (or Guyane), much of southern Venezuela, as well as parts of Colombia, and Brazil.