The Kingdom of Brazil, which I will call Mega Brazil just for fun, is the largest country in the Americas in land area and population. Brazil is the world's biggest monarchy by population and the only majority Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas.

Brazil is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific to the west, the Carribean to the north and the Antarctic to the south.

Several archipelagos form its territory, such as the Rocas Atoll, the archipelagos of São Pedro and São Paulo, Fernando de Noronha, Trindade and Martim Vaz, Galapagos, Cabo Verde, Tristão da Cunha, Ascensão, Santa Helena, Falklands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. Many of these islands, spread across the Atlantic Ocean, are incorporated into the Atlântico Sul (AS) province. Others, such as Trindade and Martin Vaz, are incorporated into continental Brazil provinces.

Brazil is part of the G8, which consists of the USA, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Canada, France, the UK and Russia. Brazil is considered a world example of clean, green and renewable energy. Brazil is a member of the ESA and ESO, frequently using the Great Space Center in Caiena and the Very Large Telescope in Paz.

Brazil has a population of approximately 380 million and a GDP of over $7 trillion, as well as a Human Development Index (HDI) of 0.910 and life expectancy of 81, higher than the USA.

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The territory that forms Continental Brazil was found by Europeans, mostly Spanish and Portuguese in expeditions, since 1500, when part of Porto Seguro was discovered by Pedro Alvares Cabral. The region was inhabited by Native Americanas and Amerindians divided into thousands of different languages, before becoming a colony of the Portuguese Empire.

Major wars, such as those in Cisplatina (Uruguay), Transplatina (Paraguay), the Guyanas, the Caribbean, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and the British Empire in the 19th century, mostly won by Brazil, confirmed the empire's status as a great world power. In 1890, the Brazilian empire was renamed the Kingdom of Brazil and general elections took place at the same year, electing the country's first prime minister, Deodoro Fonseca. These elections take place every 5 years, and Fonseca was re-elected in 1895.

Since then, Manuel Vitorino, Nilo Peçanha (twice), José Barreda, Arthur Bernardes, Washington Luís, Getúlio Vargas (thrice), Plínio Salgado, João Vitor (Juan Domingo) Perón, Juscelino Kubitschek, Tancredo Neves, Jorge Videla, Leonel Brizola, Enéas Carneiro, José Serra and Jair Bolsonaro have been elected prime minister.

Brazil has been mostly neutral or an ally of the US and UK throughout its history. During Plínio Salgado's government, however, Brazil maintained ties with the Axis forces, mainly Benito Mussolini's Italy, as well as Franco's semi-neutral Spain. Getúlio Vargas also maintained a neutral posture, until Brazilian ships were attacked by Germans in 1942, in a similar move to Pearl Harbor. Since then, Brazil has been a close ally of the US, Europe, Australia, South Korea and (after WW2) Japan.

Juscelino Kubitschek did not move the Brazilian capital to the interior: instead, he focused on expanding Rio de Janeiro and making it more accessible to the other major cities in the region. A referendum was hold in 1968 to move Brazil's capital to Manaus, however, the Brazilian population voted to keep the Federal District in Rio de Janeiro.

The government of Jorge Videla between 1976 and 1985 was marked by censorship and protests from the Brazilian population. Despite this, he was re-elected for a second term in 1980. In 1986, the first leftist in over three decades was elected as prime minister, Leonel Brizola. He was re-elected for a second term in 1990.

In 1995, Enéas Carneiro, a notable figure of the Brazilian right, was elected prime minister. His government became marked by economic growth, strengthed ties with the US and Europe as well as an increase in GDP and life expectancy. It was not enough, however, to elect his UDN sucessor Levy Fidelix in 2005. José Serra (PSD) was elected in 2005 and reelected in 2015. His government was marked by nation-wide protests against transport fares and corruption between 2013 and 2014.

In 2015, Jair Bolsonaro "O Mito" was elected, gaining more votes than Ciro Gomes (PTB) and Aécio Neves (PSD). His government was contested in 2020, during the COVID-19, when Bolsonaro recommended the use of hydroxychloroquine and other COVID-19 treatments frequently considered pseudoscientific. Despite all this, he managed re-election in 2020, however, his approval has fallen since and many have considered impeachment calls. This however, appears to be out of question, with a good chance of his sucessor, Tarcísio Freitas (UDN) to run in 2025.

Pedro I of Brazil was emperor from 1822 to 1834, and Pedro II from 1834 to 1891. After Pedro II's death in 1891, Isabel I became "Queen" of Brazil. Since then, all male monarchs of Brazil have been kings: Isabel died in 1921, then King Pedro III (1921-1940), Pedro IV (1940-2007), and Pedro V (2007-). All members of the Orléans and Bragança family.

Brazil hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1930, 1950, 1978 and 2014, as well as the Summer Olympic Games in 2016. Brazil won 15 FIFA World Cup titles from 1930 to 2022. The "great 10" players in the massive country's history are generally considered to be Pelé, Alfredinho (Alfredo di Stéfano), Diego (Diego Maradona), Zico, Romário, Lionel Messi, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Luiz (Luis Suárez) and Neymar.

Brazil's biggest football clubs are Flamengo, River Plate, Boca Juniors, Palmeiras, São Paulo, Santos, Vasco da Gama, Independente and Operário (Peñarol).

Brazil also claims a decent part of West Antarctica as part of the Terra do Fogo territory. Brazil is home to the Amazon Rainforest, the largest rainforest in the world, the Amazon River, the longest river in the world, as well as the Andes, the longest mountain range in the world. It is also home to the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world, as well as the large and high-altitude Lake Titicaca, the massive Orinoco, Amazon and Rio de La Plata estuaries, the Caatinga and Patagonia arid regions, Angel Falls, the tallest waterfall in the world, the Guyana Shield, home to multiple massive, Ayers Rock-like monoliths mountains, the Orinoco basin, the Rio de La Plata basin, the São Francisco basin, the Cerrado and Pantanal areas, volcanic islands such as the Galapagos, Cabo Verde and Tristan da Cunha, islands close to Antarctica such as the Falklands, South Georgia andwich and South Sandwich islands, as well as multiple islands in the eastern Caribbean.

Major celebrities from Brazil also include Anitta, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Gisele Bundchen and Xuxa, among others.
Come to Brazil before Brazil comes to you, indeed.

In this world, Gary Lineker’s quote would probably go something like

“Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Brazilians always win”
But wait. It gets better...
What if the Portuguese also conquered Chile in 1816?
Now we may have the ultimate country. Note Pinochet governing Brazil from 1976 to 1985 instead of Videla.
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Interesting, so the dreams of the brazilian nationalists are being fulfilled here
Its not often that we get to see the right wing getting what it wants
In 2015, Jair Bolsonaro "O Mito" was elected
Ah yes, the eternal Bolsonaro
Now we may have the ultimate country. Note Pinochet governing Brazil from 1976 to 1985 instead of Videla.
This TL was secretely a Pinochet wank all along!
Modern logos of Brazil's three major political parties:

Elections since Getúlio Vargas' suicide on 24 August 1954:

Elections 1955:
Juscelino Kubitschek (PSD)
Artur Frondizi (PTB)
Jânio Quadros (PTN)

Elections 1960:
Juscelino Kubitschek (PSD)
Carlos Lacerda (UDN)
João Perón (PTB)

Elections 1965:
Tancredo Neves (PSD)
Carlos Lacerda (UDN)
Leonel Brizola (PTB)

Elections 1970:
Tancredo Neves (PSD)
João Perón (PTB)
Emílio Médici (UDN)

Elections 1975:
Augusto Pinochet (UDN) (Jorge Videla (UDN) in the first version)
Juscelino Kubitschek (PSD)
Isabel Perón (PTB)

Elections 1980:
Augusto Pinochet (UDN) (Jorge Videla (UDN) in the first version)
Leonel Brizola (PTB)
Fernando Terry (PSD)

Elections 1985:
Leonel Brizola (PTB)
Tancredo Neves (PSD)
Jorge Videla (UDN) (Paulo Maluf (UDN) in the first version)

Elections 1990:
Leonel Brizola (PTB)
Enéas Carneiro (UDN)
Mário Covas (PSD)

Elections 1995:
Enéas Carneiro (UDN)
Ciro Gomes (PTB)
Fernando Henrique Cardoso (PSD)

Elections 2000:
Enéas Carneiro (UDN)
José Serra (PSD)
Leonel Brizola (PTB)

Elections 2005:
José Serra (PSD)
Levy Fidelix (UDN)
Néstor Kirchner (PTB)

Elections 2010:
José Serra (PSD)
Cristina Kirchner (PTB)
Levy Fidelix (UDN)

Elections 2015:
Jair Bolsonaro (UDN)
Aécio Neves (PSD)
Ciro Gomes (PTB)

Elections 2020:
Jair Bolsonaro (UDN)
Geraldo Alckmin (PSD)
Alberto Fernandes (PTB)

Elections 2025:
Tarcísio de Freitas (UDN)
Simone Tebet (PSD)
Ciro Gomes (PTB)
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Final version.
Renamed a few states, changed a few borders and corrected/expanded Atlântico Sul. Also added a few of the Tristan da Cunha and Easter islands for illustration purposes. Yes, that last island is Bouvet Island (Nilo Peçanha Island).
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There still needed to be a Spanish presence in South America. The Colombian War of Independence was won in 1821 but the Colombian-Brazil war in 1828 made Colombia lose a lot of its territory. Still, with a population of 77 million and with the fifth largest GDP in the Americas, as well as being a member of the G20, Colombia is a great nation that sustains a good relationship with Brazil.
But if you want me to annex Colombia, I could. But that would likely also mean annexing all of Central America.
A few province flags:
Índias Ocidentais:

Cabo Verde:

Atlântico Sul:



Terra do Fogo:
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