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Carnaval Around The World
Transcript of Carnaval Around The World
The World Italy Spain Louisiana Brazil Panama Columbia Bolivia For Carnaval, the colors represent
purple (justice), green (faith),
and gold (power). Carnaval is celebrated in many places, such as: by : Lan Bui, Victoria Shiau,
and Nathan Subramaniam Some clothes people wear during Carnaval are very
bright, colorful, and sparkly. For Carnaval, there is at least one parade
for every day they celebrate. Even though Carnaval is such a big event , there are no private events. Brazil celebrates Carnaval from February 8th to February 28th. Panama celebrates Carnaval from May 31st to March 4th. Spain celebrates Carnaval from February 7th to the 17th. Italy celebrates "Carnevale" on February 19th to the 23rd. Venezuela Typical Carnaval music is Samba music, which is performed by bands. Samba schools dance to the music. Come to Carnaval 2014 in Rio de Janeiro!
It takes place on February 8 to 28! Enjoy colorful parades, dancing, and singing! Come and wear bright colors like purple, green and yellow or gold! Great food and drinks are available! You can also wear masks and beaded necklaces. Bolinho de Chuva Cachorro Quentes Coxinhas Espetinhos Caiprinhas Brigadeiro
* 3 tablespoons of cocoa
* 1 tablespoon of butter
* 1 (14 oz.) can of sweetened
In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine cocoa, butter and condensed milk. Cook, stirring, until thickened, about 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let rest until cool enough to handle. Form into small balls and eat at once or chill until serving. For Carnaval, some commonly eaten foods are: There are no special places, symbols, or flowers associated with Carnaval, but there are three main colors: purple, green, and gold. Here, it's always celebrated on a Tuesday, but it varies from February to March. Citations