Feathers, sequins, and samba.
The event was organised to help those unable to afford their own wedding.
These little dudes are just so excited that the Olympics will finally come to Brazil.
“I am really happy about the way my classmates supported me and I hope it serves as an example to others to feel encouraged to do the right thing. I was always taught at school to accept who you are, I am only trying to live that,” stated 17-year-old Maria Muniz.
Police scattered about 3,000 Argentina fans with pepper spray and batons Saturday in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil’s troubled World Cup is upon us. If you’re going, pull yourself away from the games, the beaches, and the bars for a while to visit these incredible, off-the-beaten-path destinations.
À l’approche de la Coupe du monde, les prostituées se préparent à un flux de nouveaux clients.
Not for the faint of heart (or stomach).
A Brazilian man was reportedly killed in a shoot-out with police during a violent protest late Tuesday night in Rio de Janeiro.
The operation is part of plans to try and make the city more secure before the World Cup.
Did you miss this year’s carnival? Don’t worry, here are all the things you need to see.
Ready to enjoy the world’s biggest party? This year it takes place from Feb. 28 until March 4.
Pearls Negras is trap-tastic baile funk at its best.
A nasty thunderstorm Thursday damaged the famous statue and knocked out power in several Rio de Janeiro neighborhoods.
An anti-government protester dressed as Batman walks among the poor people of Rio De Janeiro who are protesting the demolition of their homes to make way for the FIFA World Cup.
Because *everything* is better when you’re drinking out of a coconut.
So many colors! So many sequins!
Over the past two weeks, tens of thousands of people from all over Brazil have flooded the streets of the nation’s cities in what are the largest protests the country has seen in 20 years.
An all-too-familiar image of police pepper spraying a woman during demonstrations in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Monday.
Plus professionally-animated Calvin and Hobbes, bizarre commercials starring musicians, and stunning photos of molten lava.
Daredevils Jokke Sommer and Ludovic Woerth thread the needle between two buildings in Rio De Janeiro that are 36 stories tall and 28 feet apart.
Brazil’s famous festival this year will have 492 blocks of celebration, around 5 million attendees, and most importantly, dogs wearing wigs and hats.
While the ‘tilt-shift’ technique is used way too often, but this video by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli is a perfect example of how awesome it can be.
This looks so much more fun than Westminster. Here are the most stylish and alluring pooches of the Blocao, a doggie carnival in Rio de Janiero.
Or is that Dog the Bounty Hunter cleverly disguised as an inflatable banana? From a recent show in Brazil. Sorry, those of you who came of age in the late ’80s and early ’90s…your icons are now human wreckage who rub your nose in mortality.
Mardi Gras has got nothing on Carnival. It’s all the pageantry of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade with all the debauchery of Fat Tuesday.
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