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The last week, Rio de Janeiro and the carnival in the metropolis were the number one topic. And not just in Brazil. The international media were following the happening at the Sugarloaf with great interest. Especially the scantily clad queens of the samba schools, whose hips move faster than quite a few Ferraris, linger in the memory of many. I visited the city at the end of January: One week before the official start of the carnival parades, the so-called “blocos de Carnaval”. A big street party of hot samba rhythms, exuberant alcohol consumption and sweaty bodies. Simply “suada”. Because carnival time is also summer time in Brazil. And many parades occur in the afternoon hours. Led by a samba band people walk, no, they dance for an hour or even longer through the streets of the city.
But let’s get back to the topic: Rio de Janeiro. I will…
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