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Brazilian Carnival to Run in Izmailovo Park of Moscow
22.05.2019 20:00
Brazilian Carnival to Run in Izmailovo Park of Moscow

On May 26, 2019, the Izmailovo Park of Moscow will turn into Rio de Janeiro. 

       The Brazilian carnival procession will take place along the Big Circle Alley on this day. The start is at 4 pm.

      The procession will be accompanied with live samba drum and percussion music. In the colorful parade will engage musicians, dancers, and stilt walkers. The celebration will be crowned with a concert on the central stage of the Izmailovo Park.

      The Brazilian Carnival is part of the Samba Festival held in Moscow. It is attended by musicians and dancers from all over Russia, from Europe and even Brazil.


      
Where: Izmailovo Park at the address 7A, Big Circle Alley, next to metro stations Partizankaya, Semenovskaya, and Shosse Enthusiastov, Moscow.

      Open hours: from 9 am to 10 pm.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Festivals in Moscow Izmailovo Izmailovo Park   

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