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6 New Year’s Eve traditions that are typically Brazilian

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The last day of the year has arrived, with 2022 being right in front of our eyes. In spite of the issues that have been dragging since 2020 - most notably, the pandemic -, 2021 has also been filled with positive happenings.

The worldwide access to vaccination against Covid-19 and the gradual return to daily life activities, as well as the reopening of stores, parks, cultural centers, schools, etc., are some of them.

Every December 31, beaches in Brazil's main coastal cities are usually filled with crowds of tourists and residents who euphorically await the new . . .

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