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  1. 1. tourist guide RIO DE JANEIRO NICOLAS A. S. CUNHA IGOR F. POLISEL GABRIEL FELIPE DAVID BORGES Grupo Info. Professor: Severo Ortiz Prof. Antonio de Freitas Avelar
  2. 2. meaning of Rio de Janeiro flag Dr. Alberto Rosa Fioravanti, The flag of the state of Rio de Janeiro was established on October 5 , 1965. The flag is formed by a rectangle divided into four quadrants proportional alternating white and blue colors
  3. 3. • Historically, blue and white present in the flag symbolize the Portuguese origin of the city , as are the traditional colors of the monarchy in Portugal , used since 1097 in the creation of Portucalense . Only after the proclamation of the Portuguese Republic was that the state changed the colors of their flag. •
  4. 4. There is another interpretation of the colors of the flag of Rio de Janeiro , the heraldic significance. White is the convention of silver, which traditionally symbolizes innocence , purity , beauty, chastity , hope and peace. Blue symbolizes justice , loyalty, knowledge, perseverance and vigilance.
  5. 5. In the center of the coat is an eagle in flight position , symbolizing the power and strength of the just and honest government . The eagle holds a blue round shell with bands in silver. Within the range that cuts the shield is written " April 9, 1892 ," the date of enactment of the first state constitution.
  6. 6. In 1992 it was added to the flag the motto written in Latin " recte Rempublicam Gerere " which means " to manage public affairs with righteousness." The shield is surrounded by a gold color bead representing the union of the people of Rio de Janeiro . Above the shield , centralized , is Delta , star silver color, representing the State of Rio de Janeiro in the flag of Brazil.
  7. 7. To the left and right of the shield are arranged , respectively , a stalk of sugar cane and coffee branch , symbolizing the main products of the earth . The branches are joined by a color band of silver that involves , and this range is written " State of Rio de Janeiro ."
  8. 8. Many people think that Rio de Janeiro has a typical cuisine , which is not true. The typically Rio foods are closely linked to revenues of Portuguese cuisine , which were adapted to the reality of this state. For nearly two centuries , from 1763 to 1960 , the city was the capital of Portugal and perpetuated , mainly , the influence of taste and lusas traditions in our food.
  9. 9. A very carioca and traditional option are dishes cod base, an obvious and delicious Portuguese heritage that extends to today without many changes . In fact , there are many restaurants specializing in serving cod throughout Rio de Janeiro. And for those who do not know what to order , start with a delicious codfish balls , which is very well accompanied with some oil drops !
  10. 10. Dishes like oxtail , tongue, liver steak and fried sardines can be considered something typical of Rio's cuisine. After all, they are eaten very common for locals restaurants, especially the most traditional , and we do not see easily anywhere else .
  11. 11. But perhaps the most carioca of all food is feijoada , so dear throughout the state . The feijoada carioca has to be with black beans and lead various parts of the pig ( from nose to tail , will almost all! ) . Tracking, white rice and manioc flour that neat ! The feijoada is so typical that all samba school court serves the dish at least once a year . And there's nothing better than feijoada and samba ?
  12. 12. RIO SPORTS
  13. 13. SKATE
  14. 14. SLACKLINE
  15. 15. KITESURF
  16. 16. FOOTBALL
  17. 17. SAMBA
  18. 18. circle dance similar to drumming , with dancers soloists, spread throughout Brazil with choreographic variants and instrumental accompaniment