The American continent is exceptionally rich in energy sources and mineral resources. The enormous hydropower potential of its rivers is increasingly exploited in North America and to a lesser extent in South America, where Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Chile have begun to harness the important rivers of the Andean region and the Basins. Atlantic slope.
The vineyards… The immigration process was extremely important for the formation of Brazilian culture. This has been, over the years, incorporating features from the four corners of the world. Just stop and think about the influences brought by immigrants, we will have a huge range of results: The Portuguese language, Italian cuisine, German agricultural techniques, African musical beats and much more.
It began in about 10,000 BC and lasted until about 5,000 BC In the Neolithic Period, humans learned to tame animals and to practice agriculture, that is, to grow food. Moreover, during this period, they came to master the technique of polishing the stone for the manufacture of instruments.
The Southeast Region of Brazil corresponds to 10.85% of the national territory. It is the most populous and most economically developed region in the country, with a large industrial, financial and commercial concentration. See below the location of the region in Brazil and the states that compose it. Geographic localization of the Southeast Region States The southeastern states of Brazil are four: Minas Gerais (capital Belo Horizonte) São Paulo (capital São Paulo) Rio de Janeiro (capital Rio de Janeiro) Espírito Santo (capital Vitória) Relief The relief of the Southeast Region It presents contrasts between the elevated surfaces, which vary from 500 to 1200m, especially the Serra do Mar, Mantiqueira, Espinhaço, Serra Geral and the broad coastal lowlands of Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro.
The Industrial Revolution was a set of changes that took place in Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The main feature of this revolution was the replacement of artisanal work by wage labor and the use of machines. Until the late eighteenth century most of the European population lived in the countryside and produced what they consumed.