Feb 24

Performed in “Let’s Do It and The Rise of Samba”

Brazilian Carnaval has origins in the old Portuguese pre-lent celebration know as the entrudo. People celebrated by throwing little balls of wax filled with perfumed water at each other. The first procession with adorned floats was in 1850, and in 1856 costumed revelers took to the streets. Until 1899, no songs were written expressly for Carnaval, and people danced to music of European inspiration.

In 1917, the Samba appeared officially. Automobile parades were held in downtown Rio de Janeiro with tons of paper confetti and streamers, and people went to the beach in elaborate paper costumes. In the last few decades, the parade has become the greatest attraction of Carnaval in Brazil and is decidedly luxurious and gigantic. Continue reading »

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Feb 24

Film de annie genest. Vous avez déjà fêté et dansé toute la nuit dans la rue, un verre à la main et une autre avec un hot dog bien chaud ? C’est le carnaval bien connu de rio de janeiro. Video de annie genest. Continue reading »

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Feb 23

A empolgação de um grupo de integrantes da Beija Flor se preparando pro grande desfile de carnaval no Rio de Janeiro.

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A group of participants of the Beija Flor samba school few hours before heading for the amazing huge Rio de Janeiro carnival parade in 1992. Continue reading »

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Feb 23

Brazilian Carnival (42 Pics Carnaval de Rio)

Brazilian Carnival (42 Pics Carnaval de Rio)

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Feb 23

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No Inicio De Carreira No Tchakabum

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