Greek Brazilian

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Greek Brazilian
Greco-brasileiro  · Έλληνας Βραζιλιάνος
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Total population
50,000 Greek Brazilians[1]
Regions with significant populations

Brazil:

Mainly Southeastern Brazil
Languages
Predominantly Portuguese
Religion
Predominantly Catholic, Greek Orthodox
Related ethnic groups
Other White Brazilian, Greek people

Greek Brazilians (Greek: Έλληνες Βραζιλιάνοι) are Brazilian residents of either full or partial Greek ancestry.

The Greek community in Brazil numbers about 50,000 people. They are located throughout the country, with 20,000 Greeks living in São Paulo alone.

Notable Greek Brazilians[edit]

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