Brazil has nearly 7500 kilometers of Atlantic Ocean coastline.

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Ocean waters lap the country's territory from the northeast and southeast. The northern part of the coast is disjointed, and there are estuaries of rivers. There is the mouth of the Amazon River and the largest river island of this estuary - Marajo - which is also the largest island surrounded by fresh water.

In the northern part of the coast, in many places, there are coral reefs.