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Monday, February 23, 2009

Brazil's Rio Carnival (World Famous Place of Samba Dancers)


The Name Carnival is Actually Spelled As Carnaval, An Annual fucntion(festival of Country Brazil) That is Held Four Days Before Ash Wednesday, The day of fasting and repentance that marks the beginning of Lent.Brazilian Carnival exhibits some differences from its European counterparts, having mixed Euro, Native and African elements. Furthermore, rhythm, participation, and costume vary from one region of Brazil to another.Samba history and the history of Carnival are intertwined and can be traced back to Africa and the slave trading. The relationship can easily be seen by colourful costumes of feathers and the intense dance completing the Brazilian fantasy fest!Politics, fashion, feelings, desire to go back to the roots, they are all factors in this complicated carnival game of how the samba came to be what it is today in Rio de Janeiro; world famous for the spectacular fantasy fest sweeping through the poor morros and all the way into the roaring, glowing Sambodrome!

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2 comments:

Cytheria said...

Rio Carnaval video! (10 sets 2000-2007). Download...

Anonymous said...

Carnival may be spelled carnaval but I think you mean a SLICE of silent words not a SILCE of silent words! Twice!

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