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#Trailer : #Rio 2 New Trailer of An upcoming Amazing Mivie Rio 2 by Blue sky Studio is Out. Its a wonderfull 3D animated movie and in second version Blu, Jewel and their three kids living the perfect domesticated life in the magical city that is Rio de Janeiro. When Jewel decides the kids need to learn to live like real birds, she insists the family venture into the Amazon. As Blu tries to fit in with his new neighbors, he worries he may lose…
Christ in Rio, Empire State Bldg, to be Turned UN Blue on UN Day
Into The Blue Sea | The words ‘Rio de Janeiro’ translate to mean River of January in English that link in with its colorful heritage. In January of the year 1501, an explorer set sail from Portugal and arrived at a swampy bay mistaking it for the mouth of a river and decided to name it after the month.
Brazilian Festival of Iemanjá (Yemaya) Also known as “Star of the Sea” and “Mother of Pearls,” the deity Yemaya originated in West Africa, with the Yoruba tribe, who venerated her as the goddess of the ocean, symbolizing the womb of the world, the origin of life and creative power. On New Year’s Eve, Brazilians in Rio de Janeiro wear blue and white clothing to honor Yemaya’s favorite colors, and they go to the sea shore, where they sing and pour offerings of perfume and food into the sea…
Into The Blue Sea | There’s a genuine romanticism the world has with Rio de Janeiro. With the crisp, white sand of Copacabana Beach stretching for miles alongside its turquoise, blue waters, and Christ the Redeemer who sits splendidly above the Corcovado.
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The World's Most Beautiful Libraries
Yes, this is a library, but really, it's more like a palace devoted to books. Its limestone exterior was inspired by the famous Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon, where it was built before being shipped to Rio de Janeiro. And the interior is just as stunning: There’s a red, white, and blue stained glass window letting natural light in through the ceiling, while a silver, marble, and ivory altar welcomes visitors into the building.