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Brazil is the largest country in both South America and Latin America.
Brazil or Brasil may also refer to:
Film and television
- Brazil (1985 film), a film by Terry Gilliam
- Brazil (1944 film), a film starring Tito Guízar and Virginia Bruce
- Brasil (film), a 2002 short film by F. Javier Gutiérrez
- TV Brasil, a Brazilian TV network
- Brazil (band), a band on Immortal Records
- Brasil (Gilberto Gil album)
- Brasil (Manhattan Transfer album)
- Brazil (Men at Work album)
- Brasil (Ratos de Porão album)
- Brazil (The Ritchie Family album)
- Brazil (Rosemary Clooney album)
- "Aquarela do Brasil" or "Brazil", a song written by Ary Barroso in 1939, covered in 1943 by Xavier Cugat and in 1975 by The Ritchie Family
- "Brazil" (Bebi Dol song), a song of the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest
- "Brasil" (Cazuza song)
- "Brazil (2nd Edit)", a song by deadmau5
- Brasil (mythical island), a phantom island featured in Irish myths
- Empire of Brazil (1822–1889), a state largely encompassing the territories of modern Brazil and Uruguay
- Brazil, Indiana, U.S.
- Brazil, Iowa, U.S.
- Brazil, Mississippi, U.S.
- Brazil, Missouri, U.S.
- Brazil (book), a 2012 book by Michael Palin
- Brazil (novel), a novel by John Updike
- "Brazil", one of Weebl's cartoons
- Jornal do Brasil, a private Brazilian newspaper
- Brazil R/S, a rendering plug-in
- Brazil, code name for an edition of the Plan 9 from Bell Labs operating system
- Brazil national football team
- Brazil nut, a South American tree and the commercially harvested edible seed
- Brazile (disambiguation)
- Brazilian (disambiguation)
- Caesalpinia echinata, a tree, commonly known as Pau-Brasil
- United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves (1815–1825)
- All pages beginning with brazil
- All pages with a title containing brazil
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