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|Regions with significant populations|
|Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo|
|Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish|
|Related ethnic groups|
Turkish Americans, Turkish Canadians, Turkish Venezuelans
Turkish Brazilians or Turk Brazilians (Turkish: Brezilya Türkleri) are Turkish people who have immigrated to Brazil. However, the term also refers to Brazilian-born persons who have Turkish parents or who have a Turkish ancestral background. The number of Turks in Brazil is 6,200.
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Others articles of the Topic Brazil : Jhonata Diniz, Brazil women's junior national softball team, MC Primo, Og Pozzoli
Others articles of the Topic Turkey : Süreyyya Evren, Afşin-D coal mine, Second Battle of Ras al-Ayn, Afşin-E coal mine, Afşin-C coal mine, Yakup Avşar
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References[edit | edit source]
- "Turk in Brazil". The Joshua Project. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
- "Turcos no Brasil recorrem às redes sociais para saber como está o país" [Turks in Brazil turn to social networks to know how their country is doing]. Jornal Nacional. July 16, 2016.
- Marta Paes (November 29, 2012). "Um roteiro turco pela Grande Tijuca" [A Turkish script for Grande Tijuca]. O Globo.
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