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Carnival in BRAZIL. It happens at the peak of summer, when Cariocas are at their best. Festivities attract thousands of people from all over the world. Carnaval, as spelled in Portuguese, is a 4-day celebration. It starts on Saturday, and ends on Tuesday, or what Americans call Mardi-Gras. the dates change every year. Carnival Sunday is seven weeks before Easter Sunday. The origins of Carnival are a pagan celebration in ancient Rome, or Greece. Carnival balls were imported from Italy in the late nineteenth century, and had their golden era in the thirties, with legendary balls at the Copacabana Palace, and the Municipal Theater in Brazil.  Find a Brazil marriage agency with Brazilian mail order brides these latin brides also have a colombian marriage agency.  Latin mail order brides plus brazil brides or a brazil mail order bride in this Latin marriage agency.

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The Rio Brail lavish carnival is one of the world's most famous. Scores of spectacular floats surrounded by thousands of dancers, singers, and drummers parade through the enormous Sambódromo Stadium dressed in elaborate costumes of all sgapes and sizes.  It is an epic event televised around the world. The origin of Brazil's carnival goes back to a Portuguese pre-lent festivity called "entrudo", a event where participants threw food at each other in a street event. Rio's first masquerade carnival ball was in 1840. Carnival street parades followed a decade later with horse drawn floats and military bands. The sound closely associated with the Brazilian carnival, the samba, wasn't part of carnival until 1917. The samba is a mix of Angolan Semba, European Polka, African Batuques, with touches of Cuba habanera and other styles. Samba is a result of the arrival of Brazilian blacks to the impoverished slums in Rio following the abolition of slavery in Brazil in 1888. Copyright 2003-2012