Brazilian Days 001
Dia da Fraternização (Fraternization).
Universal Day of Mercosul
Dia Universal da Paz (Universal Day of Peace).
1502 Discovery of Guanabara Bay.
1679 Nobleman Francisco Gil de Araújo elevated Aldeia de Guaraparim to the status of Vila.
1727 Encampment of Bom Jesus de Cuiabá elevated to the status of a village.
1852 Installation of theProvincie of Amazonas, at that time known as Rio Negro.
1931 Creation of Esporte Clube Bahia in Salvador.
1970 Hijack of a Brazilian airplane in Montevideo (Uruguay).
1979 AI-5 and related laws and decrees were lifted.
1979 Implementation of the split-up of the state of Mato Grosso.
1995 Installation of Fernando Henrique Cardoso as president of Brazil.
1998 Implementation of the Law on Transplantations.
1999 Start of the second mandate of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso
2003 Installation of Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva as president of Brazil.
2003 The Public Ministry declared Bingos (gambling machines) as illegal.
2004 Inauguration of the headquarters of the church ‘Deus é Amor’ in São Paulo
2004 Installation of Brazil as temporary member of the UN Security Council.
2007 Start of the second mandate of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
2007 Governor Sérgio Cabral (Rio de Janeiro) sent the National Army to the City of Rio de Janeiro.
2008 Gasoline stations selling diesel that contain two percent biodiesel.
2010 Landslide in Angra dos Reis (RJ): dozens of deaths.
2011 Installation of Dilma Rousseff as president of Brazil.
1763 Brazil elevated to the status of vice-kingdom.
1874 Inauguration of the submarine telegraph line between Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Pernambuco, and Pará.
1917 Introduction of Código Civil Brasileiro, the Brazilian Civilian Code.
1930 Foundation of samba school Vai-Vai
1946 Extinction of Força Expedicionária Brasileira (FEB; Brazilian Expedition Force)
1954 Foundation of the city of Mauá (SP).
1960 Launch of the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, which substituted Folha da Manhã.
1990 Installation of Palmas as capital of the state of Tocantins.