Two South American countries have the most beautiful anthems in the region: they are above France and are in the top 10 | tdpe | ANSWERS

Two South American countries have the most beautiful anthems in the region: they are above France and are in the top 10 | tdpe | ANSWERS
Two South American countries have the most beautiful anthems in the region: they are above France and are in the top 10 | tdpe | ANSWERS

Due to the musical complexity of the compositions and the great emotional impact it causes on people, two national anthems in South America have been considered the most beautiful. Through a research carried out by The Economist, it was revealed that these countries are ranked third and fourth respectively, surpassing very emblematic anthems such as those of France and Peru. In the following note, we will tell you all the details.

WHICH ARE THE TWO SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES THAT HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ANTHEMS?

According to The Economist, Uruguay’s national anthem, titled “Orientales, la Patria o la Tumba” (Orientals, the Fatherland or the Grave), is ranked third and is considered one of the most beautiful in South America due to its melody, history and symbolism that transcends borders with its lyrical poetry and musical complexity. This song was created in the 19th century, in which it symbolizes the struggle and spirit of Uruguayan citizens.

Meanwhile, in fourth place is the Brazilian anthem, as it is one of the most beautiful and creative, and is most prominent in world sporting events. Despite the controversy surrounding the alleged plagiarism of the poem by Francisco Manuel de Silvaeste from his mentor, this poem is still a musical treasure.

WHICH HYMNS ARE CONSIDERED THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE WORLD?

  • African Lion (South Africa)
  • Anthem of the Russian Federation
  • Orientals, the Homeland or the Grave (Uruguay)
  • Anthem of Brazil
  • Sche ne vmerla (Ukraine)
  • Kimigayo (Japan)
  • Hatikvah (Israel)
  • Sayaun Thunga Phool Ka (Nepal)
  • German national anthem (Alemania)
  • Star-Spangled Banner (United States)
  • Land of My Fathers (Gales)
  • La Marseillaise (France)

WHAT IS THE YOUNGEST CITY IN SOUTH AMERICA?

The most contemporary, modern and populated capital of South America is Brasilia, Brazil. This place, which is about to celebrate its 64th anniversary, dates back to 1761 through a project by the Marquis of Pombal. However, in 1821, José Bonifácio proposed naming the country’s capital Brasilia.

However, it took many years, in 1953 to be exact, for the then president to decide to build a new city because there was no city in the interior of Brazil. Therefore, on October 23, 1956, many workers met in the southeast of the state of Goiás with the aim of building this city.

Finally, various teams continued the idea of ​​urban planner Lúcio Costa, who worked and led this great idea together with architect Oscar Niemeyer. Thus, after 41 months of uninterrupted hard work, the capital called Brasilia was established on April 21, 1960.

 
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