carnivals

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro

“God created the world in six days and on the seventh day, he created Rio de Janeiro” – so say the Brazilians about their fabulously beautiful city. And yet God has given this nation an incredible musicality. Local residents have perfectly mastered the art to live life to the rhythm of Samba. And every year at the height of the Brazilian summer in Rio De Janeiro comes the CARNIVAL holiday, which has no equal anywhere in the world.

Hot country – hot people. The blood of the indigenous Indians and immigrants from Africa, the Portuguese and other Europeans have created an explosive mixture that flows in the veins of the Brazilians. The result was the famous carnivals in Rio – the feasts of the senses and sensuality.

The week of the Carnival – the endless parade of unique costumes and skill carefree people for whom this holiday – main in life. The carnival has its own rules. Each Samba school participates in the carnival, playing your own story. It is subordinate to a single topic: politics, nature, sports, art, music. The imagination of the organizers of the March are limited only requirement is that the topic must be Brazilian, be it a historic event, honoring famous personalities, Continue reading

The Italian carnivals

 

Italian carnivals have a religious basis. Many Catholic countries celebrate this holiday.

Let us first razberemsa, where did the word carnival, or carnevale in Italian? Its roots from the Latin ” carnem levare “, which means “to remove meat”. Why this name? In ancient times it was a Banquet which was organised on the last day of the carnival period (“fat Tuesday or martedì grasso”), after which began a period of restriction and fasting, which lasted until Holy Pascha.

Some carnivals in Italy

The largest and most famous carnivals are held in the following cities: Venice (Veneto ), Viareggio (Tuscany ), Ivrea (Piedmont ), Satriano di Lucania (Basilicata ), Acireale (Sicily ), Macca (Sicily ), Fano (Marche ), Manfredonia (Puglia ), Putignano (Puglia ), Striano (Campaign ). Their fame has reached far beyond the borders of Italy and attracts huge number of tourists.

The longest carnival in Italy is held in the city of Putignano, and one of the most ancient carnivals, extant in Verona. its history began with the late middle ages and it bears the original name – Bacan àl del Gnoco .

Venice carnival is famous for its magnificent masks and costumes, as well as various displays: arts, Continue reading

Argentine Carnival in Gualeguaychu

 

In this article I will show finally Argentine girls. Besides, girls are almost naked. And most importantly I will show, finally, the promotion of healthy, heterosexual relationships, and not all sorts of sexual perversions. Few people know, but the main Argentine carnival in Gualeguaychú, is considered one of the best in the world, on a par with the Brazilian carnival in Rio de Janeiro. So that’s that, and to celebrate the Argentines love and know how! This carnival I drive tourists, and you can order from me round trip, which will include not only the carnival, but also various other components, such as relaxing in the thermal pools, visit to the place where they make decorations for the carnival, or even a visit to the old believers within the mini-tour in Uruguay. Here I show the face of carnival, and in other parts you will see carnival buttocks and scenery. a children’s carnival in the city of Ibarreta .

In Argentina there is a special carnival city. It is located three hours away from Buenos Aires, and the name of Gualeguaychu (Gualeguaychu). Unlike the Brazilian carnival in Rio, the carnival purely national, Continue reading

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The Italian carnivals
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