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    this. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and El Paso, Texas are implementing programs that make a case for allocating funds towards the wellness of those suffering rather than the added entertainment of those who are much better off. These organizations promote their community…

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    Rio de Janeiro, travel history. Rio de Janeiro is now one of the best known holiday destinations in Southern – America, famous for its carnival and the favela tourism, Rio attracts a lot of domestic and international tourist. A long time before this, Rio de Janeiro already had a travel history. Rio de Janeiro was founded by the Goncalo Coelho in 1502, A Portuguese explorer. He is also the one who gave Rio de Janeiro the name that it still has now. 70 years later, Rio de Janeiro even became the…

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    Police brutality is the use of excessive and/or necessary force by police when dealing with civilians. Police killings, brutality, and unfair acts are happening all around the world. Many blacks are losing their lives due to unequal rights and police killings overseas. How would one feel to die to an unfair act? These acts usually takes place in the east coast of South America in Rio de Janeiro, a large global issue that no one really pays attention to, is a huge problem. Despite the promise…

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    Also 600,000 incoming tourists are forecasted, a sum that actually represents a 12 percent increase in foreign visitors to the country (De Nicola 2010). TOURISM POLICIES IN RIO DE JANEIRO Tourism as an activity in Rio de Janeiro is contextualized from the moment when the city becomes the capital of the country, at the time in which the imperial family takes up residence in the city. This takes place in the early nineteenth century, but there is great difficulty in obtaining materials that…

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    when reviewing the top news stories of the year is the environmental challenges countries have had to face globally. During the summer of 2016, a world renowned event occurred in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, The Summer Olympics. There were many controversies over the location of this year’s Olympics, as Rio is home to many political, social, and environmental issues. One of the environmental issues that was brought to light was the contaminated waters in the city. Tests were conducted and the first…

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    Rio Research Paper

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    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, often called Rio, is a culture filled city with many enjoyable places and the famous statue of Cristo Redentor. As stated in “Brazil,” Masquerade balls started in Rio around 1846 introduced by a french actor that lived in the city (23-26). Rio is known for their excellent parties and parades. They even get to take the day off on the day of the big carnival. The parties are not the only thing that tourist find appealing. The most famous landmark called the Christ…

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    Brazil Republic Essay

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    Brazil Republic The name of this country is Brazil. The capital of Brazil is Brasilia. The capital of Brazil used to be Rio De Janeiro. However, Brasilia was a better, more centralized location, so the capital of Brazil was moved to Brasilia.The language most commonly used in Brazil is Portuguese. The reason that they speak Portuguese is because Portugal used to be the country ruling Brazil until the year 1822 when the people living in Brazil decided to start a rebellion. This rebellion was…

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    Films such as the “City of God” (2002) provides a glimpse of geography playing a fundamental role in the development of any place. Deteriorating housing and deprivation of sanitation services, water, and electricity characterizes cities in developing nations. Also, crime is pervasive in such places. The film is essential in raising awareness of the real issues within the Rio de Janeiro, which counters the popular cultural discourse of Brazil as a place of carnival, soccer, and beaches. The City…

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    Research Paper About Rio

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    Rio is located in Brazil, it is a huge seaside city, famed for all of its tourist attractions , great tasting foods and festivals. Founded in 1565 by the portuguese, later in 1763 it became the capital city of Brazil. Rio is the 2nd largest city in brazil, the 6th largest city in the americas, and the world's thirty fifth largest city by population. Rio De Janeiro is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, carnival, samba, bossa nova and…

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    Rio Carnival Essay

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    Biggest Parade in the World, Carnival in Rio de Janeiro I am sure that everyone has a moment of desire to get rid of all of your stress. By going to Carnival in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, the biggest parade in the world, you can blow off your stream with a lot of fun. This carnival is held before Lent which is 40 days before Easter as a farewell to the pleasure and celebrated for five days. The carnival in Rio de Janeiro is held throughout the Brazil country and is composed of Samba parade, Samba…

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