The state of Espirito Santo is surrounded by the state of Rio de Janeiro to its south, State of Bahia and Minas Gerais to its north and west and Atlantic Ocean to its east.
History of Espirito Santo:
Espirito Santo of Brazil was a land for Portuguese black natives for prolong period. Later on various nomadic tribes from Europe and other parts has inhabited themselves here, though Amerindians was the first aborigines of Espirito Santo, thus this part of Brazil represents a mixed socio-cultural background enriched with cocktail culture.
Climate of Espirito Santo is generally of dry nature. The winter is perfectly dry and cold, summers are often raining, and hot.
Significance of lakes in Espirito Santo is very important, as it is consisted with around twenty-six large lakes of which the largest is 'Juparana Lake'.
Espirito Santo in Brazil holds a key position, for it is one of the most profitable landmark for Brazil's economy, as this Brazilian State is one of the well-known manufacturer of crops, vegetables, coffee, fruits at one hand, on the other some of the most well-known steel and iron industries are also based in Espirito Santo, which increases the economic value of this state for the country.
Surrounded by green bushes, long trees, calm mountains, and crystal lakes, Espirito Santo is one of the beautiful locations of Brazil to pay visit, and charmed by.
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