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Viradouro, champion of the Rio Carnival with tribute to black women

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Viradouro samba school is crowned the champion of the 2020 Rio Carnival after a performance that paid tribute to the black women of Brazil, a country marked by slavery. This is a second title for 'Unidos de Viradouro' samba school, the previous one dating back to 1997. IMAGES

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