This ad of a partial Christ the Redeemer profile along with the Coca-Cola logo best depicts Brazil’s two favorite things.
Recently named as one of the New 7 Wonders of the world, sitting atop Corcovado mountain, the giant statue is a reminder of Christ’s crucifixion and God’s unending love, forgiveness and continuous blessing on the Christian city of Rio de Janeiro.
While we know that Coca Cola is popular around the world, no one probably loves it more than the Brazilians. It’s a common sight to see groups of people sitting in bars, corners or restaurant sharing a large bottle of Coca Cola with each other. While in most countries, the biggest bottle of Coca Cola they can purchase is probably the 2 liters bottle, that is only the standard size (2.25L) when you’re in Brazil. The biggest bottle they have is 3.3 liters!
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