What is The National Mountain of Brazil?

What is The National Mountain of Brazil?

Mountains in Brazil have an average elevation of 2,000 meters. These mountains are part of mountain ranges that characterize some parts of Brazil.

Mountain ranges in Brazil include the Pedra da Mina, Serra do Espinhaço, Imeri and the Tumucumaque ranges. Some of the Highest Mountains in Brazil are discussed below:

  1. Pico da Neblina- Just shy of 10,000 feet, Pico da Neblina near the Venezuelan border is Brazil’s highest summit. The mountain towers at 9,827 feet. The peak is in the Guiana Highlands in the Serra da Neblina region. The discovery of the mountain was in 1965.
  2. Pico 31 de Marco- The Pico 31 de Marco Mountain has an elevation of 9,758 feet and is the second highest mountain in Brazil. The mountain is located in the Amazonas region and is both in Brazil’s and Venezuela’s territories.
  3. Pico da Bandeira- The Pico da Bandeira has a peak that rises to 9,488 feet, and it is the third highest mountain in Brazil.

The mountain is situated close to the border of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo states.

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