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Alternative Places outside of Rio de Janeiro to Travel Abroad to Celebrate Carnival

Carnival season is upon us and places all over the world will be gearing up for their infamous Carnival celebrations. Whether they’re raucous, non-stop, party until the sun comes up celebrations or festivities that still maintain the religious ceremony, there’s one thing you can be sure - travelling abroad to celebrate carnival is quite the experience. And whilst Carnival or Carnaval is synonymous with the cidade maravilhosa Rio de Janeiro, there...
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you skipped "Carnaval de Barranquilla" celebrate this weekend, peopple say, it's the second biggest in South America
Friday, 13 February 2015 14:32
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The Best Places to Celebrate Chinese New Year

In Western culture New Year’s Eve marks the end of the holiday season, but in other cultures, the New Year has yet to begin. Instead of the Gregorian calendar year , other regions in the world follow a lunisolar calendar, which has a different end and beginning date each year, as the date is dependent on the moon phase. One of the most distinguished Lunar New Year celebrations is Chinese New Year , which traditionally lasts for fifteen days total...
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Thanks Chelsea for a great article! Chinese Spring Festival is indeed a great holiday for people of China. The dates are differen... Read More
Friday, 13 February 2015 11:01
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