Unlike most of the neighboring Hispanic American republics, Brazil had political stability, vibrant economic growth, constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech, and respect for civil rights of its subjects, albeit with legal restrictions on women and slaves, the latter regarded as property and not citizens.The empire's bicameral parliament was elected under comparatively democratic methods for the era, as were the provincial and local legislatures.
Beaches, sights, food and tons of lovely dark-skinned girls with round asses.
Throw away your comfortable jeans, the way-to-big T-shirts and all of your other manly kind of clothes.
Be ready to wear dresses and to fix your hair, because he wants the most pretty lady out there and most likely he’s proud to call you his and he will show you off when you’re in public.
On 7 September 1822, Pedro declared the independence of Brazil and, after waging a successful war against his father's kingdom, was acclaimed on 12 October as Pedro I, the first Emperor of Brazil.
The new country was huge but sparsely populated and ethnically diverse.