Brazil culture

Rio Carnival – The standard of the carnival

The costume festival in Rio de Janeiro is considered to be the largest festival, the standard of the world carnival. The Rio Carnival takes place in February, the hottest month in the southern hemisphere, when summer in Brazil has peaked. So when it comes to this festival, people often think of constant street festivals. Especially, when the festival becomes too…

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Brazil culture

Unique features only in Brazil

The majestic nature, hot dances, outdoor festivals and passionate people are the factors that make Brazil unique. Referring to Brazil, it is impossible not to mention the Amazon rainforest, the delicate coffee flavor. There are many golden sandy beaches, beautiful waterfalls as beautiful as a paradise and fiery festivals. In addition, Brazilians are known for being affectionate, likable, and always…

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Brazil culture

Brazilian music – Samba and cultural beauties

Brazil’s music is extremely diverse and colorful like the culture of this country. Taking samba music as an example, no one is thinking of Brazil when they see those mesmerizing dances. The samba dance always appears in the Carnival, the international symbol of Brazil. Set in the World Music genre, samba is a blend of vibrant tunes and skillful dances.…

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Brazil beautiful places

In Brazil, going to the beach and forgetting to wear Havaianas is like forgetting to wear a swimsuit

Starting in 1962, Havaianas has implemented a mission of joy. It symbolizes the excitement and style typical of Brazil to everywhere in the world. The origin of Havaianas comes from the Zori sandals, a traditional shoe made with Japanese rice fibers. The flip flops of Havaianas are made of vulcanized rubber made from rice grains to honor its origin. Appearing…

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Conflicts in relations between the US and Brazil

The Stratfor intelligence-analysis news network had an article that said for a very long time. Washington has urged free trade in the Americas. but they always met with opposition from Brazil. Now the role has been swapped. Brazil began to promote free trade, and had to deal with an America that intends to pursue protectionism. Steel is only one of…

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