Brazilian money is usually well designed and beautiful. The paper bills have many bright tropical colors, which are appropriate for their atmosphere. The main unit of commerce in Brazil is the "Real". The Brazilian monetary unit or dollar has changed many times in the past century. The name Real, means basically; "The real deal", or "This money will be worth something for
When you compare the moon to the moon you see from the USA, you'll notice that it is "upside-down". Of course, if you're Brazilian, you'll think the moon is upside down in the USA. So it's all a matter of perspective.