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Carnival, Rio de Janeiro 2012, Sambodromo

A dancer of Imperatriz samba school performs atop a float during the Carnival parade at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 20 February 2012. The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, considered the biggest carnival in the world, is a colorful, four day celebration, taking place every year forty days before Easter. The Samba school parades, featuring thousands of dancers, imaginative costumes and elaborate floats, are held on the Sambadrome, a purpose-built stadium in downtown Rio. According to costumes, flow, theme, band music quality and performance, a single school is declared the winner of the competition.
A dancer of Imperatriz samba school performs atop a float during the Carnival parade at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 20 February 2012. The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, considered the biggest carnival in the world, is a colorful, four day celebration, taking place every year forty days before Easter. The Samba school parades, featuring thousands of dancers, imaginative costumes and elaborate floats, are held on the Sambadrome, a purpose-built stadium in downtown Rio. According to...
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