Brazil

When is Carnival 2010?

The celebration of "Carnaval" in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, will be from Saturday, February 13, 2010, to Tuesday February 16, 2010 (Mardi Gras Day).

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Does Brazil have any holidays?

yes they do because everywhere there is a holiday but look up what holidays are celabrated I leaarned this in 1st grade but forgot the names

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What is national dress of Brazil?

I'm Brazilian, there isn't really a national dress, unless of course you search up Carnival then you'll get many variety of clothes. Other than that everyone wears normal daily clothes. Sorry to say... Brazil HAS a national dress, it is the BAHIANA. Also it is important to say That Brazil is a ve...

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Where is Rio de genero?

Rio de Janeiro is the correct spelling for the second largest city in Brazil. It is located on the far western part of Brazil along a strip of the Atlantic coast.

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What is Brazil's most celebrated holiday?

Carnaval, wich is in february.

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What makes Brazil unique?

the culture, the people, the Carnaval, the food, the beautiful places and beaches, the history, the forests etc

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What is the festival of Brazil which uses feathers in their costumes?

The festival you are probably thinking of is the carnival in Rio de Janeiro and many other Brazilian cities. But there are many other festivals where people use feathers in their costumes, especially festivals involving the ethnic Indian people of brazil who have always used feathers in ceremonia...

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How does Brazil celebrate dia de los muertos?

Brazil does not have Dia de los Muertos. Brazil speaks Portuguese and not Spanish. Brazil celebrates Dia de Finados (which technically translates as Day of the Dead as well, but literally translates as "Day of the Deceased" or "Day of the Departed"). It's celebrated on November 2nd. On that day s...

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How did the holiday natal get its name in Brazil?

Natal is a substantive as Christmas. It has the same root as "natalidade" (natality in English or natividad in Spanish) wich refers to birth. The formal reference is "dia de Natal" (day of birth).

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What do indigenous people do?

Eat, sleep, bring up their children, get married, hunt, farm...and if they've moved to a city, then just about any occupation

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What was the traditional housing of the Yanomami Indians of northern Brazil?

It is called a shabono. It is a circular structure with an opening in the middle

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What do indigenous people wear?

Feathers for hats, Feather skirts (even boys) and face paint

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What are some holidays in Brazil?

Proclamation of the Republic (November, 15) Independence Day ( September, 7) Laborer Day (May, 1) Christmas Day (December,25) Carnival ( February) . Our Lady of Aparecida (Brazil's Patroness).

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What national holidays are celebrated in Brazil?

Brazil Independence Day, 7 September (1822)

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What is Halloween called in Brazil?

We actually don't have a halloween here. Some people "imported" this holiday from USA but it's not a very strong tradition here.

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What kind of holidays do Brazilians celebrate?

They celebrate Christmas (different then the USA), Easter, Childrens Day, Dead Day, Lies Day, Carnival, ect. Those are just some of the main ones

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What is the national costume of Denmark?

The national costume of Denmark differs in different regions. The costumes are usually made of yarn or wool, woven by women. Patterns of these costumes are on a limited color scheme from vegetable dyes.

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Which country is Rio de Janeiro?

Rio de Janeiro is not a country its actually a city(not sure) but its inside Brazil 6 hours by car from sao paulo yes it is a city

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Have you been to Rio de Janeiro?

Yes I have. It's the most beautiful city I have ever visited.

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Why go to Brazil for a holiday?

many because relatives or parents etc.. are there an you go to visit

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Why did the white people set up indigenous settlement?

cause they were horney and loveable

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Why does Brazil celebrate traditions?

Because here have always time to join the famillies and a have a little bit fun

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How does Brazil celebrate holidays?

Beach NigthLife WalkWay with their families Shopping Amuse Park

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What holidays does brazil celebrate?

New Year on 1st January, Easter in April,The aborigine day (Dia do Indio ) in 19 of April, Tiradentes Brazilian martyr , Brazil Discovering in 22 of April Saints John, Peter, Anthony in June, National Day in September 7, Proclamation of Republic in November. Mother's day and Christmas as usual .

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How do people in Brazill celebrate Halloween?

how should i know i'm not british

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What is Brazil's most-famous holiday that falls 4 days before Lent?

it is Carnival. The national Hooliday is on Tuesday before Ash-Wednesday, but people start celebrating it on the previous Friday. In some cities, they have some previews at weekends, and it starts one mont before, normally in January. In Rio and São Paulo, they have Samba Schools Parades during t...

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What is the national costume of the Bahamas?

Bahamians wear modern western style clothing. During annual festivals, colorful costumes of all kinds can be seen. A woman once wore a pink flamingo costume to the festival.

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Who are Sweden's indigenous peoples?

The Sami, formerly known as the Lapps.

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What is the annual celebration in Brazil?

The most famous is the pre-Lenten season of parades and festivities known as Carnival or Carnaval.

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Does Brazil celebrate Halloween?

No.. but... yes. Some people do. It's not a national holiday or a tradition here. But some people like to have costume parties at this time.

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What are the major holidays in Brazil?

1 st January- New Years Day (locally known as Confraternização Universal, Ano Novo) Floating - Carnival Tuesday (starts before Ash Wednesday) Floating - Ash Wednesday (locally known as Quarta-feira de Cinzas) 44 days before Good Friday and only the morning is regarded as a holiday. Floatin...

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