Rio de Janeiro, full Sidite de S ۔o Sebastiوo do Rio de Janeiro, city name and city, port, Rio de Janeiro, capital of Stadia (state) Brazil. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean, in the southeastern part of the tropical zone of South America, and is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful and interesting urban centers in the world. Although Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s first icon in the eyes of many in the world, its location, architecture, residents, and lifestyle are in fact comparable to other cities in Brazil, especially in the country’s capital, Brazil. The place is very unique. The great city of Sao Paulo. It is the first small town of the only 1960s, while the latter is a large, spacious commercial and manufacturing center that does not have the wonderful natural beauty or charm of Rio. Unlike Rio, both are located on flat interior plateaus.
The name was given by a Portuguese ship at the original location of the city, which arrived on January 1, 1502, and misunderstood the gateway to the mouth of the river (the Rio Portuguese word for “river” and the genera The word “January” is “). When the future city was founded in 1565, it was named Ciudad de S ۔o Sebasti ڈo do Rio de Janeiro (“Saint Sebastian City of Rio de Janeiro”) for both King S سیbastiانوn and Dom Sebasti ۔o of Portugal.
Rio de Janeiro became the colonial capital in 1763 and remained the capital of independent Brazil from 1822 to 1960 when the national capital was transferred to the new city of Brasیاlia. The area, formerly the Federal District, was transformed into the state of Guinea, which formed a raid in the state of Rio de Janeiro. In March 1975, the two states were incorporated as the state of Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro became one of the 14 municipalities of the Metropolitan Region, Rio de Janeiro, or Greater Rio, and was renamed the capital of the reorganized state. Despite losing its status, funding, and employment as the Brazilian capital, Rio de Janeiro not only survived but also developed into a commercial and financial center as well as a tourist magnet. Area City, 485 square miles (1,255 square kilometers); Greater Rio, 2,079 square miles (5,384 square kilometers) pop (2000) 5,857,904; Greater Rio, 10,894,156; (2010 ) 6,320,446; Greater Rio, 11,875,063.