Carnival In Rio De Janeiro

The Carnival celebrations in Brazil, more specifically in Rio de Janeiro, are considered to be the most famous in the world, closely followed by the traditional celebrations in Venince in Italy, Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Mardi Gras in New Orleans in the USA and a few more.

The street parades in Rio de Janeiro during carnival are a sight to behold, filled with music, dancing, and colorful floats. People not only from Brazil but from all around the world join the energetic crowds as they move through the city streets, creating the festive and dynamic atmosphere that is the special spirit of carnival. It is a special occassion to immerse oneself in the colors, sounds, and festivities of this exuberant cultural event, making memories and connections that will last a lifetime.

For the Brazilian natives, flocking to Rio de Janeiro and also São Paolo every year for this celebrations is more than a tradition, it is a huge part of their culture and their life. They spend a big part of the year preparing their amazing costumes and floats. Various samba schools also take part in the parades especially in Rio de Janeiro, making the show more vibrant and mesmerizing as they dance along the streets.

The vibrant colors and joyful spirit of carnival bring a sense of excitement and happiness to all those who participate, creating an atmosphere of fun and festivity. The streets filled with colorful costumes and masks, the pulsating music filling the air, and the infectious energy of the crowd all combine to make carnival a truly unforgettable experience. It is simply a perfect time to let loose, dance, and celebrate life in all its colorful splendor.

Most people on each side of the parades are not just spectators, they are also donning a flamboyant costume and dance along to the the rhythmic beats of samba – turning these days into a festival of cultural richness and joy.

It is said that he origins of carnival come from ancient Egypt and Rome. What is now today as Carnival, were parties celebrated in Egypt as far back as 4000 BC. In Egypt, the festival was said to be celebrated as the seasons transitioned from winter to spring. Once Egypt was conquered by Alexander the Great, the ancient Greek people embraced the tradition and began to give it a more religious subtext. The Romans engaged in celebrations with excessive drinking to celebrate Bacchus, the God of wine; these celebrations would also include food and dancing. These were said to be mystic celebrations due to the uninhibited actions of the party-goers, and many would wear masks and costumes. This tradition has been carried down and is now why there are masked costume balls and secrecy surrounding the ensembles of the people who participate in parades with celebrations of costumes, music and dancing.

The term bacchannalian, from Bacchus, is still to these days used to define drunken parties, with plenty of wine and other alcoholic beverages, usually loud and rowdy.

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