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Brazil's revelers mourn for canceled Carnival
Residents of Rio de Janeiro reflect on their lost year of celebration, after the February festival was canceled due to the pandemic.
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party used to be celebrated, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party used to be celebrated, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. The sign reads: "wear a mask, wash your hands, share love". REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party used to be celebrated, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", gives flowers to a woman to make people...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", gives flowers to a woman to make people remember the block party in Santa Teresa neighborhood, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", fixes his costume before walking along...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", fixes his costume before walking along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party used to be celebrated, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", gives flowers to a man to make people...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations canceled due to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro
Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra", gives flowers to a man to make people remember the block party in Santa Teresa neighborhood, as Carnival celebrations have been canceled, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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February 12, 2021
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 9, 2021. "It is sad, but it's necessary, it is a necessary temporary evil, it hurts but it is transient" Motta said about not having Carnival celebrations. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 9, 2021. "It is sad, but it's necessary, it is a necessary temporary evil, it hurts but it is transient" Motta said about not having Carnival celebrations. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Teacher Juliana Motta, 34, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 9, 2021. "It is sad, but it's necessary, it is a necessary temporary evil, it hurts but it is transient" Motta said about not having Carnival celebrations. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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February 12, 2021
Actor Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actor Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Marcus Vinicius Araujo, 25, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Marcus Vinicius Araujo, 25, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 10, 2021. "It is a moment of understanding which we need to live. We are not celebrating Carnival now, but we are going to party from home, respecting the health security protocols and getting ready to come back on the next carnival with the usual happiness." Araujo said. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Marcus Vinicius Araujo, 25, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cacelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Marcus Vinicius Araujo, 25, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but was cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 10, 2021. 'It is a moment of understanding which we need to live. We are not celebrating Carnival now, but we are going to party from home, respecting the health security protocols and getting ready to comeback on the next carnival with the usual happyness.' Araujo said. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Businessman Andre Basto, 35, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Businessman Andre Basto, 35, wears a costume which he would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "The city will try a different way to live without the carnival, which is so unusual to a city like Rio de Janeiro. We are also so used to our problems and chaos and so much wrong things that it is going to be only one more problem to the city, and it is really sad." Basto said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Architect Helena Schmidt, 37, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Architect Helena Schmidt, 37, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 10, 2021. "It is a not ending sadness, we lose the happiness we have to move on all the year, without the carnival we lose the beauty, the child side of people. It is when we forget all the problems, so we miss something in the city without the Carnival", Schmidt said. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Architect Helena Schmidt, 37, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Architect Helena Schmidt, 37, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 10, 2021. "It is a not ending sadness, we lose the happiness we have to move on all the year, without the carnival we lose the beauty, the child side of people. It is when we forget all the problems, so we miss something in the city without the Carnival", Schmidt said. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
A Carnival float is pictured in Cidade do Samba (City of Samba) warehouse complex where the Rio de Janeiro's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
A Carnival float is pictured in Cidade do Samba (City of Samba) warehouse complex where the Rio de Janeiro's Samba Schools prepare their floats and costumes, as the Carnival celebrations, which would be held from February 12 until February 17 were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Giulia Tucci and her husband Marcelo Azevedo wear costumes which they would wear during the Carnival...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Giulia Tucci and her husband Marcelo Azevedo wear costumes which they would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 9, 2021. "Carnival for me means resistance and joy, and the people occupying the streets during the carnival celebrations had been also a political resistance movement, but this year it is necessary to not have these celebrations and the real resistance is to avoid these streets occupations and being at home." Tucci said. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
Giulia Tucci and her husband Marcelo Azevedo wear costumes which they would wear during the Carnival...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Giulia Tucci and her husband Marcelo Azevedo wear costumes which they would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 9, 2021. "Carnival for me means resistance and joy, and the people occupying the streets during the carnival celebrations had been also a political resistance movement, but this year it is necessary to not have these celebrations and the real resistance is to avoid these streets occupations and being at home." Tucci said. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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February 12, 2021
A Carnival float is pictured in Cidade do Samba (City of Samba) warehouse complex where the Rio de Janeiro's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
A Carnival float is pictured in Cidade do Samba (City of Samba) warehouse complex where the Rio de Janeiro's Samba Schools prepare their floats and costumes, as the Carnival celebrations, which would be held from February 12 until February 17 were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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