Brazilian carnival in Rio de Janeiro, the performance of the Samba schools at the Sambodrome

To visit the Brazilian Carnival in Rio de Janeiro — one of the brightest events in the life of everyone who has ever visited this amazing corner of our planet. Brazil — a country of contrasts, a blend of diverse peoples, cultures and traditions, it is the country of the eternal feast, fun and energetic rhythms. The program participants are professional dancers. The stunning beauty of the costumes, the charm of the dancers, rhinestones, feathers, sequins – all this gives a wonderful mood, a lot of impressions to each guest of the annual festival.

The participants ’s Beija-Flor”, Brazil. Each school spends on making costumes, wagons and other decorations to 40 tons of pressed paper, 80 thousand meters of fabric, 6 thousand liters of paint, not counting the tons of glue, nails, polypropylene and fire-oxidant.

The girl at the annual Brazilian Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, February 12, 2013. The word “carnival” consists of two roots – carno (meat) and vale (farewell), because this festival has been held for 40 days before Holy week, and then began a Great post.

Brazilian festival this year brought Rio de Janeiro to about 650 million dollars of income. In front of Packed stands of the sambadrome, hosting up to 70 thousand people, took place more than 50 thousand participants. Only the income from the tickets for this show exceeded 30 million dollars. Hotels in the city were filled to 98 percent of tourists and newlyweds who came to the event on their honeymoon. Photographer Dnepropetrovsk will help to remember this outstanding event in their lives for a lifetime. Alex is not only a professional wedding photographer, but also an excellent master of natural and child photography.

The man wears a hat sculpture that will Shine at the celebration in Rio de Janeiro. The basis of the carnival tradition is brought by the Portuguese “Amusing day” which is to bullshit each other all sorts of ways, to pour water, to fighting raw eggs, corn and beans. Girls right from the balconies throwing in their favorite guys who not only didn’t take offense at this, but took it as flirting.

In the street parade was attended by about five million people. Officially, the carnival begins in the preceding Lent Saturday and lasts for five days.

The official start of the Brazilian carnival is a ceremony at which the prefect of Rio Eduardo PAES passes the keys to the city “king Momo” — “the monarch” of the carnival, which announces the beginning of the carnival procession.

The mayor of Rio de Janeiro Eduardo PAES passes to king Momo (played by Milton Junior) the keys to the city.

Passista Diana Prado dancing in the Central square in Rio de Janeiro. It’s not impromptu dancing, and well-rehearsed theatrical procession held in the Sambódromo is a special platform with a length of 700 meters and a width of — 13, with stands and boxes, designed for more than 70 thousand spectators.

In the sambódromo compete with the best dance, the Samba schools of Brazil. They demonstrate skill in dancing, beautiful costumes and spectacular carts-scenery.

Annual Brazilian carnival on your Stay in Rio de Janeiro.

The procession of artists during the Brazilian parade 10 February 2013.

The Samba school Unidos da Tijuca (“the Union of Tijuca quarter”) was founded in 1931 and repeatedly became the champion and Vice-champion of the carnival.

Even the participants of the school ’s Unidos da Tijuca” at the annual festival in Brazil.

Samba school “Mocidade the Independent di Padre Miguel” at the carnival in Rio de Janeiro.

Participants in the annual parade of the Samba schools «Academicos do Salgueiro”.

«Beija-Flor” at the annual festival in Rio. From each school in this spectacular carnival participates to five thousand participants.

Artists from “Unidos de Vila Isabel” Unidos de Vila Isabel) at the Sambodrome (Foot), February 12, 2013.

The team ’s Mangueira” on Foot.

Dancer “Uniao da Ilha” Uniao da Ilha) participates in the carnival parade at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro February 11, 2013.

Party parade from the school ’s Uniao da Ilha” at the carnival in Brazil.

The team «Inocentes de Belford-Rosu” in Rio. First the sambadrome is the school, which was the winner of last year’s Brazilian carnival.

The team ’s Academicos do Salgueiro” at the annual parade in Rio.

«Vila Isabel” (Vila Isabel) at the Brazilian festival.

The famous carnival, which takes place in the capital of Brazil Rio De Janeiro, always attracts crowds of tourists from all countries.

A participant from “San Clemente” thrown in the air on 12 February 2013.

Artists from “Academicos do Salgueiro” at the carnival in Rio, Brazil.

Performance at Both the school ’s Mangueira”.

Performer dance from “Beija-Flor”.

The staff of the school of Samba “Inocentes de Belford-Rosu” in Rio De Janeiro February 10, 2013.

In Brazil, the carnival was first held in 1723, with the arrival of immigrants from the Portuguese Islands of Madeira, Azores and Cape Verde.

Singer Samba school são Clemente in Rio de Janeiro, February 11, 2013.

Artist from the school of Samba ’s Mocidade”.

The team ’s Mangueira” on the Brazilian carnival in Rio.

Dancer “Nene da Vila”.

Each discipline evaluated five judges on a system, where the lowest score is not taken into account.

The best among the best was the school ’s Vila Isabel”. This is the third win in its nearly 70-year history. 3700 dancers, 7 luxuriously decorated platforms. “Vila Isabel” was chosen as the topic of agriculture of Brazil and, as stated, the jury was able to reveal its fullest and colorful.

Artist ’s Academicos do Salgueiro” at the annual festival in Brazil.

Queen Camila Silva from the school of Samba ’s Mocidade” in the first carnival night February 11, 2013.

Representatives «Portela” at the sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro.

Third place at last year’s “carnival of Champions” team “Unidos da Tijuca”, impressed by the culture of Germany.

Second place went to the school “Beija Flor”, which talked about the Brazilian breed horses mangalarga-marchador.

The school staff «San Clemente”.

Carnival 2013 in Rio.

The Brazilian celebrity Sabrina Sato.

The statement “Inocentes de Belford-Rosu” on parade.

The procession of the first carnival night in Rio.

For three decades, the Samba parades took place spontaneously, and only in 1963 on the Avenue President Vargas were established stands for sales of seats for spectators. Currently, the Samba parade is very much appreciated and is in great demand, in addition to ticket sales, and sold the rights to TV and radio broadcasts, CDs, etc.

The expression “school of Samba” originated in Rio de Janeiro in 1928.

The festival is held 1 time per year, in February, at the height of the Brazilian summer. Begins this holiday is always on Saturday and lasts 4 days and 4 nights.

Samba schools in Rio de Janeiro — a few dozen. Them, as in football, even divided into series A and B. And to the sambadrome, the League championship, only allow the strongest.

Soraya Rodriguez in the role of Queen in 2013.

Dancer school «Unidos da Tijuca” at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro.

Dancer from the school of Samba “Dragoes da Real”.

School representatives «Perola Negra” at the annual carnival.

The team ’s Dragoes da Real” on the Brazilian festival.

Dancer ’s Mocidade Alegre” in Rio.

Participant of the March from “Renascer de Jacarepagua” at the sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro.

Jennifer Lopez welcomes participants and spectators.

The performance of a Samba school called “Portela”.

The performance of the team ’s Mocidade”.

 

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