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Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
Rio De  Janeiro  Brazil[1]
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Rio De Janeiro Brazil[1]

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  • 1.
    • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil By: Jean Pierre Jacome
  • 2. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • Rio de Janeiro (or just known as Rio) is one of the most well known cities of South America and has a population of over 10 million people.
  • 3. The City of Samba
    • In addition to being a solution for the scattered factories around the city, this new tourist attraction allows tourists to learn about, and become a part of, the parades in Rio including the famous Rio Carnival.
  • 4. Rio Carnival
    • Rio Carnival (or better known as Carnival), the city’s major tourist attraction, is held 4 days prior to Ash Wednesday to celebrate Lent.
  • 5. Sugar Loaf Mountain
    • With a capacity of 65 passengers, the Sugar Loaf cable car allows astounding sights of the city as it rises to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, a height of 528 meters.
  • 6. Nightlife
    • Rio has a long standing reputation of clubbing and “bar-hopping.” With over 25 mainstream clubs, and many more underground, the city is popular through all the hours of the night.
  • 7. Maracanã Stadium
    • The largest football stadium in South America, Maracanã Stadium holds a capacity of 200,000 people.
  • 8. References
    • http://www.ipanema.com/
    • Pictures found from:
    • http://images.google.com/images?gbv=2&hl=en&q=rio%20de%20janeiro&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi

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