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Greek Brazilian

Greek Brazilian
Greco-brasileiro  · Ελληνοβραζιλιάνος
Total population
50,000 Greek Brazilians[1]
Regions with significant populations


Mainly Southeastern Brazil
Predominantly Portuguese
Predominantly Catholic, Greek Orthodox
Related ethnic groups
Other White Brazilian, Greek people

Greek Brazilians (Greek: Ελληνοβραζαλιάνοι) are Brazilian residents who are either fully or partially of Greek descent. They are located throughout Brazil with numbers of about 50,000 people and with 20,000 Greeks living in São Paulo alone.

Notable Greek Brazilians

See also


  1. ^ Greeks in Brazil
  • Bilateral relations between Greece and Brazil
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