Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – One of the most exotic cities of the world (with fantastic aerial shots)

[ Woman singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, one of the most beautiful,
fascinating, and vibrant cities in the world. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean
and rainforests, and situated in a breathtaking
tropical setting with beaches, bays,
and mountains, this is one of the most
desirable and exotic urban places on Earth. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: Rio de Janeiro
is also the main stage for some of the most important
worldwide sporting events, like the football
World Cup Final in 2014, and in 2016,
the Summer Olympic Games, when the focus of the entire
world will be on Rio. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: As part of Brazil, the fifth largest country
in the world, Rio is the third largest
metropolitan area in South America with more
than 12 million inhabitants, otherwise known as Cariocas. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
Let’s discover the highlights of this fantastic
and overwhelming city like you’ve never seen before, filmed with the advanced
4K ultra HD technique that top Hollywood movies
are shot with, featuring breathtaking aerial,
time lapse, and slow-motion effect shots. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
See the iconic landmarks like Sugarloaf Mountain
and Guanabara Bay, the Christ the Redeemer statue
on Corcovado Mountain, the world-famous beaches
like Copacabana and Ipanema, the incomparable
annual Carnival parades on the public streets
and at Sambódromo, and the Cariocas’
major passion, football. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: A unique portrait
of a unique city, accompanied
by a high-class soundtrack including catchy songs
with modern and Brazilian blends of salsa, samba, bossa nova,
hip hop, and house music. We hope you enjoy it. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
Rio is renowned for its beaches. Two of them have almost mythical
names — Copacabana and Ipanema. Both are beautiful, but they have quite different
characteristics. Copacabana is Rio’s living room. Most social life
takes place outdoors, especially on the beach. It’s the place to see
and be seen. Copacabana is one of the most
famous beaches in the world. Located in the south zone
of Rio de Janeiro, it’s 4 kilometers long. The area is earmarked to be one
of the four Olympic zones during the 2016 Summer Olympics. The annual New Year’s Eve
celebrations are justly famous. 2 million people come out
to see the fireworks. [ Men singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: The promenade
is a pavement landscape, featuring a wave-like
black-and-white design. Visitors and Cariocas alike
simply love to stroll along it. [ Men continue singing ] NARRATOR: Dotted with hotels,
restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and luxury
residential buildings, the promenade has perhaps lost
some of its former exclusivity. It’s the place
everyone wants to be. Big concert events attract
hundreds of thousands, sometimes even millions
of people. [ Men continue singing ] NARRATOR:
There is a constant soft breeze blowing on and offshore, and this moderates
the temperature, which is therefore not as high
as in other tropical cities. The average annual temperature
is 24 degrees Celsius, which makes for
a very comfortable climate throughout the year. In Rio,
it is summer all year round. It’s a great place to live. Just ask the Cariocas,
Rio’s inhabitants. Football, or soccer, is
the national passion in Brazil. It’s by far
the most popular sport. Everybody is enthusiastic,
even fanatical about it. You’ll see people kicking balls
everywhere. [ Man singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: It’s maintained that the Brazilian way
of playing football is the most beautiful
in the world — elegant, subtle,
and aesthetically pleasing. [ Man continues singing ] NARRATOR:
Football is an important, maybe even the most important
part of Brazilian everyday life, along with the Carnival,
of course. [ Man continues singing ] NARRATOR:
Football is passion. Football is joy. There’s possibly no better way to get to know
the Brazilian way of thinking. WOMAN: Fiesta! Carnival! Fiesta! Hey! NARRATOR: The biggest annual
event in Rio de Janeiro is the Carnival, which lasts
two unforgettable weeks. You find Carnivals
in many countries, but Rio’s is unmatched. It’s one of the city’s
main attractions, as well as one of its greatest
cultural symbols. Hundreds of thousands
of tourists travel from all over the world to view and even participate
in this unique spectacle. [ Up-tempo music plays ] [ Woman singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: The epicenter
of Rio’s Carnival is the Sambódromo,
which was designed by the great Brazilian architect
Oscar Niemeyer and completed in 1984. It is the setting
for the mighty parades of the finest samba schools. Each of them may have up
to 5,000 members. These dancers have worked hard
the whole year for this competition, and now
they proudly present themselves in their fantastic costumes. WOMAN: Fiesta! Carnival! Marcha! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! ♪ Fiesta ♪ ♪ Fiesta ♪ ♪ Carnival, Carnival ♪ ♪ Fiesta, fiesta ♪ ♪ Carnival, Carnival ♪ [ Singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: The parades
are erotically charged, full of fantasy
and incredibly elaborate. The participants
as well as the spectators are fully
and enthusiastically involved. WOMAN: Hey! Fiesta! Carnival! Marcha! Hey! Hey! Hey! ♪ Fiesta ♪ NARRATOR: The parades in the
Sambódromo run until sunrise. This event is the highlight
of the year. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
One of Rio de Janeiro’s best-known icons
is the statue of Jesus Christ on top of the 710-meter high
Corcovado Mountain overlooking the entire city. It’s entitled
Christ the Redeemer, and it’s a symbol
of Brazilian Christianity. For visitors, the view from
the platform is spectacular. The statue seems to protect
the whole area. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] It is 30 meters tall and its
arms have a span of 28 meters. It’s simply gigantic. From its completion in 1931
up until 2010, it was considered the largest
Art Deco statue in the world. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] If you’re looking for
the perfect viewpoint in Rio, head up to the peak
of Corcovado Mountain. Over 300,000 visitors per year. That’s 5,000 per day do this. Especially in the evening, the statue seems to hover
above the city. [ Slow music plays ] Ipanema is adjacent
to Copacabana beach, but it’s very distinct
from its neighbor. In the ’60s,
this beach was made famous by the bossa nova hit song,
“The Girl from Ipanema,” which conveyed the typical Rio
lifestyle across the world. WOMAN: ♪ Oooh ♪ ♪ Oooh ♪ ♪ That’s ’cause
you’re sensational ♪ ♪ You can’t stop who you are ♪ ♪ Incredible ♪ ♪ There ain’t no mountain
too high ♪ ♪ You’ll sing the right moves
with nothing to prove ♪ NARRATOR: The beach particularly
attracts sports people and especially surfers. WOMAN:
♪ Two years ago ♪ ♪ You found yourself
on a plane, high, high ♪ NARRATOR: Sun worshippers
enjoy lazy relaxation and beach social life every day. Come and join them. WOMAN:
♪ Eh, eh, eh, eh ♪ ♪ Call it what you want ♪ ♪ It’s spinning you its lies ♪ ♪ Take it or leave it,
but it’s still in your pride ♪ NARRATOR: People come from all
over the world to visit, and everybody
is equally fascinated. It’s easy to slip
into the laid-back atmosphere, where music and cheerfulness
are always in the air. It is extremely inviting. WOMAN:
♪ Oooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ Eh, eh ♪ ♪ ‘Cause you’re sensational ♪ ♪ You don’t know that you are ♪ ♪ Incredible ♪ ♪ There ain’t no mountain
too high ♪ ♪ You’ll make it through
with nothing to prove ♪ ♪ ‘Cause you’re sensational ♪ ♪ You can’t stop who you are ♪ ♪ Incredible ♪ ♪ There ain’t no mountain
too high ♪ ♪ You’ll sing… ♪ NARRATOR:
However, Ipanema is also one of the most expensive places
to live in town. Known for its elegance
and social qualities, no wonder it’s been attracting
people for decades. WOMAN: ♪ Ooooooh ♪ ♪ Ooooooh ♪ NARRATOR: Sugarloaf Mountain
is connected with Rio like no other landmark. It rises 400 meters above
the mouth of Guanabara Bay on a peninsula that juts out
into the Atlantic Ocean. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] Visitors can view the crest of this monolith
of quartz and granite via a glass-walled cable car
known as a bondinho. This is where
the famous action sequence in the James Bond movie
“Moonraker” was filmed when
the steel-toothed killer Jaws tried to kill James Bond on top
of the cable car. The view from Sugarloaf Mountain
is unparalleled, especially at sunset. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] The name Sugarloaf Mountain
refers to its resemblance to the traditional shape
of a refined sugar loaf. But the most impressive view
from Sugarloaf Mountain is after sunset
when the city of Rio turns into an endless sea
of lights. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] [ Slow music plays ] Samba shows don’t just take
place during Carnival. The perfect presentations
at the Sambódromo need to be rehearsed
as often as possible. [ Samba music plays ] Especially in the months
leading up to Carnival, the various samba schools often hold night sessions
in the streets. These events are very authentic and often not visited
by tourists. Visitors will have a tough time
finding these locations, but it is possible,
and they’re definitely worth it. Events like this take place
in the poorer quarters, where rich people seldom live. This is Rio’s everyday life. [ Samba music continues ] The Cariocas, Rio’s inhabitants,
are renowned for their kindness, tolerance,
and easygoing natures. The unique Rio lifestyle
is famous all over the world. There’s only one rule —
relax. And if you relax, you’ll soon find yourself
becoming a Cariocas. Just don’t take everyday life
too seriously. Have fun. [ Samba music continues ] According to linguists, the term
“Carioca” is a Tupi Indian term roughly meaning “white house,”
or “house of the whites.” The Portuguese built
white houses, and they’re still standing
today. Eventually, the Portuguese started to call themselves
Cariocas. The Cariocas like things
colorful, intense, and upbeat. This is Rio’s true life
off the beaten track. [ Samba music continues ] [ Slow music plays ] What could be more exhilarating than a paragliding tour
over Rio de Janeiro? From a privileged vantage point
in the air, you can survey the unforgettable
sights of this beautiful city. Explore the largest urban forest
in the world — the Tijuca National Park —
from the air. It covers a huge area with its
mostly mountainous landscape. [ Slow music plays ] After the original rainforest had been nearly destroyed
in the early 1800s to make way for coffee farms, Tijuca was replanted in the
latter half of the 19th Century in a successful effort
to protect Rio’s water supply. As many as 9 million trees
were hand-planted. An experience of paragliding
in Rio de Janeiro is definitely memorable
and unique. In addition to the common
feeling of pumping adrenaline, you’ll be surrounded by Rio’s
most breathtaking landscapes of beaches and mountains while a tropical but light
breeze caresses your face, making you forget
the common initial fear of being in the air. [ Slow music plays ] Paragliding
is a secure air sport, which opens
totally new perspectives. Modern technology allows pilots
and their passengers to soar for hours
and reach great altitudes. It is simply breathtaking. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] Many tropical plants are found
in Rio de Janeiro, especially
in the botanical gardens, which ranks among the 10 most
important gardens globally. It contains a wide diversity
of Brazilian and foreign flora and houses around 6,500 species
of plants and trees, some of them endangered. This is a very calm
and peaceful location where mind, body, and soul
can recover. [ Mid-tempo music plays ] This is a popular spot
for Rio’s inhabitants. The garden was founded in 1808 and opened to the public
some years later. In 1992, it was designated as
a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Less than half of the garden
is cultivated. The remainder rises up
the surrounding slopes. An avenue of 134
majestic royal palms leads from the entrance
into the garden. Fascinatingly, these plants all
descended from a single tree, which was itself destroyed
by lightning many years ago. The garden includes a number
of monuments, fountains, sculptures,
and special features, including a Japanese garden
and an old gunpowder factory. It’s definitely worth
spending a day here. [ Slow music plays ] This is not Rio de Janeiro. This is Niterói, Rio’s twin city
across the Guanabara Bay. The city’s distinctive landmark is the Niterói
Contemporary Art Museum, designed by the famous Brazilian
modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer. It has the appearance
of a flying saucer. Niterói is classified
as the richest city in Brazil, and it’s the only Brazilian city
founded by a non-Christian, non-assimilated native Indian —
a Tupi chief called Araribóia. This was in 1573. The city is easily reachable
by ferry. The beaches are as spectacular
as in Rio, but far less crowded. From Niterói,
you have perhaps the best view across the bay to Rio. [ Man vocalizing ] NARRATOR: An old fortress — one of the largest
in South America. It was an important
advance bridgehead for the defense
of southern Brazil against the invading
French troops. But this was a long time ago,
and today, there’s no more war. Now it’s a place
for easy living. Niterói might be less glamorous
than its prominent sister city, but life is comfortable
and less stressful here. [ Man vocalizes ] NARRATOR: Rio de Janeiro
is a city that never sleeps. Perhaps the Cariocas,
Rio’s inhabitants, have developed a special
nightlife gene. There is action
around the clock, especially down
at the waterfront. The beaches are busy
all night long. Most people, including children,
love the outdoor life. The balmy air is stimulating. There are often big events
directly on the beach. The Rolling Stones once
performed a concert here, and during the nighttime,
many people love to swim. Whatever you like to do
at night, Rio is the perfect stage for it
right through till sunrise. There are few other cities
in the world offering such a tremendous range
of nightlife activities catering for every taste. Come and join the Cariocas
by night in the city that never sleeps. [ Samba music plays ] This is not a private party. We witnessed the last minutes before the main event of the
year — the big samba parade. The Sambódromo holds
almost 90,000 spectators, where the finest samba schools
present their shows during two long nights
until sunrise. This is the heart of
the world-famous Rio Carnival. Anybody with a seat
or even a standing space counts themselves very lucky,
indeed. These tickets are the most
sought after in Brazil. [ Samba music plays ] The spectators come from all over the world
and spend a fortune to witness one of the greatest
shows on Earth, whereas the participants
may have had to save for a whole year to afford
their splendid costumes. They have to make or buy them
out of their own pockets. Preparing for the samba shows
is labor intensive. One rehearsal after another. But even the rehearsals
are great fun. The great day has arrived —
Carnival in the Sambódromo. Let’s go. [ Samba music plays ] Life is too short
for not having fun. This is the essence
of Carnival in Rio. [ Birds chirping ] Located in southeastern Brazil, directly on the coast
of the Atlantic, Rio is the most visited city
of South America due to its famous mountains,
landmarks, beaches, and, of course,
the Carnival festivities. WOMAN: Is it real? Right? Yeah. I feel like having a party
tonight. What you looking at? ♪ Eh. ♪ ♪ Gotcha ♪ ♪ Gotcha ♪ ♪ Gotcha ♪ ♪ Gotcha ♪ ♪ Yes ♪ NARRATOR:
The area was discovered by the Portuguese explorer
Gaspar de Lemos on January 1, 1502. This date gave Rio de Janeiro
its name — January River — even though, in fact,
there is no river at all, but just a lot
of beautiful bays and beaches. WOMAN: ♪ Yes ♪ NARRATOR: To live in Rio means
living at a different speed — a breathtaking velocity. Faster, more intense,
and with more fun, but at the same time,
very laid back, which is not actually
a contradiction. And for those
used to this lifestyle, it’s extremely enjoyable. WOMAN: ♪ Yes ♪ NARRATOR:
This is a phenomenon one experiences
in most major cities on Earth, otherwise known as modern life. But nowhere can you enjoy
this modern lifestyle better than in Rio de Janeiro. That’s why people
love to come here, sometimes for days, sometimes
for weeks, often forever. WOMAN: ♪ Yes ♪ Hmm. Is it real? Right? Yeah. I feel like having a party
tonight. What you looking at? [ Slow music plays ] NARRATOR:
From specific perspectives, Rio’s like a dream. Of course, it is a dream city,
but in a metaphorical sense. [ Woman singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: Other mega cities
on other continents could be regarded
as dream cities, too. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
But Rio is special. To live there requires
a special attitude. You might have the feeling
you’re living your fantasy together with all the other
people in Rio, the Cariocas. And they feel the same way
as you do. That’s the reason
they’re all here… [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: …halfway between
dream and reality. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
This is the special Rio feeling. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
You can experience it only here. Nowhere else. WOMAN: ♪ Ooooh ♪ NARRATOR: It is unique. Come here and feel it. WOMAN: ♪ Oooh ♪ NARRATOR: It will be
an experience of a lifetime. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s
largest natural harbors. You can see
this breathtaking setting best from the air from a helicopter. Take a flight,
and you’ll be amazed. This is an experience
you’ll never forget. Guaranteed. [ Woman singing in Portuguese ] NARRATOR: Part of the city
has been designated as a world heritage site, identified by UNESCO in
the cultural landscape category. The Maracana Stadium is one of
Rio’s most important landmarks. In July 2014,
it was the impressive stage for the football
World Cup Final. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
The Maracana Stadium is one of Rio’s
most important landmarks, and in July 2014,
it was the impressive stage for the football
World Cup Final. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
Rio is not Brazil’s capital. That is Brasília, and Brasília
is not its economic center. That is Sao Paulo. But still,
everybody dreams of Rio. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
There is no doubt — Rio is Brazil’s
most attractive city. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR:
You won’t find another big city with such a smooth,
relaxed atmosphere, with such a comfortable climate, with so many
impressive landmarks and beautiful beaches
in such a breathtaking setting. [ Woman continues singing ] NARRATOR: But perhaps
most fascinating of all are Rio’s inhabitants, the Cariocas,
as they call themselves. They’re kind and likeable,
tolerant, and easygoing. Join them. They’re looking forward
to meeting you in this wonderful city
of Rio de Janeiro. [ Woman continues singing ] [ Samba music plays ] [ Samba music plays ]

34 thoughts on “Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – One of the most exotic cities of the world (with fantastic aerial shots)

  1. . .good… but here we speak Portuguese, where are the Brazilian songs? Here we have our own rhythms..Samba, Bossa Nova, Xote, Baião, Chorinho and many more…we like the songs of the world, but we also have ours and it will be ours rhythms that tourists will hear here.

  2. OMG! When will you learn that the word "exotic" is offensive and condescending? It is a beautiful and complex city, but it is not "exotic". We have streets, buildings, people working during the week in working hours, like any other western city. Please, drop the "exotic". It is not a complement at all!

  3. El país que nos dio Pelé y Carmen Miranda y "La Chica de Ipanema" no puede ser todo malo.
    The country that gave us Pelé and Carmen Miranda and "The Girl from Ipanema" cannot be all bad.
    O país que nos deu Pelé e Carmen Miranda e "A Garota de Ipanema" não pode ser tão ruim.

  4. Esta cidade foi realmente abençoada por Deus uma Geografia Maravilhosa eo Povo que ali Mora tem tudo haver com esta cidade com uma energia maravilhosa !!! Parabens pela belíssima Reportagem alto Nivel !!

  5. Nada a ver colocar musica hispanica em um video sobre o Rio de Janeiro!!! Totalmente sem noção que editou o video!
    Brasil não é hispanico!!

  6. I love Rio de Janeiro so much! Make another video because the image is so bad, erased the dazzling blue of the sky and the sea!

    Eu amo muito o Rio de Janeiro! Faça outro vídeo porque a imagem está muito ruim, apagou o azul deslumbrante do céu e do mar!

  7. Para quem como eu que querem saber o nome da primeira música é: Rio de Janeiro (Theme) de Raquel Gomez. Achei bonito o sotaque “””os pessoas”””

  8. I cannot believe there is an OIL RIG sitting right there in Guanabara Bay!!!??? WTF, Rio? See it at minute 1:45 in the video. Que porcaria e isso?!!! You can't go back. #PetroBras #LavaJato

  9. was ist unter eine recht und gesetz andre lände verstehen!

    * es gibt viele begrife Kirchenrecht, vertragliche klausel, die eine prister von seine weiße unterzeichnet,* es gibt vereinbarungen Arbeitsvertrag, und Eheschließung der Arbeitsnehmes, es gibt der Arbeitverhältnissen und beendet nicht dagegen die gründgesetz verstößen,* es gibt auch regelungen ehevertrag und Automatisch endet, über eine gewisenzeitrum und zustand einträten!* es soll unter eine Bürgermeistertestamenten zu verstehen! * was möglichkeiten eine testament von einen bürgermeister zuerreichen, und zu befrürchten ist, dass der erblasser sterbt, bevor eine natur dazu erreichen werden kann! * es soll der begrief eine gemeindeordnungen Übergaben protokoll des abgewählen an den neugewählten Bürgermeister sicherheitmassnahmen bei vorstehenden komunalwahl treffen! * man soll verstehen was ist ein Auslobung! * die aussetzen eine blohnungen vor die vornahme eine handlung, insbesondre der eintreten eines erfolges, auch * formulierungen in Arbeitszugnissen die nach eine stelle in warheit aber eine kundigungs grund andeutet!* es soll wiesen was bedutet eine telelogische reducktion! * die Auslegungsregel bei unklarheit eines gesetzes nach dem gründsatz welche ziel soll das gesetz erreichen?* man soll wiesen was bedutet auslegungsregel bei unklarheit eines gesetzes ist nach dem jeder gründsatz wie ist der gründ satz gesetz möglich nehe an seinem wortsinn festzusetzen und was bedutet huffnungskaufen!*kauf den Akten basienden auf den huffnung, dass eine gewissen wert innerhalb zeit erreichen kann! und zu weiter, wenn gesetz auf andre welt schaue wie ;italien sind, sogenanten Örtlichen Anordnungenein steher Quelle heiteren Erstaunens eine nationale gesetz der Regierung Silvio Berloskoni zehn jahre hier erlaubt fantasie vollen bürgermeistern alle zu regeln, was die sicherheit und was die öffentlichen ordnung betreffen kann! * in eraclea ist es behördlich verboten löcher in der sandstarnd zu machen, das gilt auch bauen von sandburgen! * in capri wurden ein paar festgenommen, das beim laufen zu laut mit dem schuhen klapperte,* in Ebolie ist das küssen im Auto untersagt und wird mit emfindlichen geldstarfen vom bis so 500 Euro bestraft! * im igorischen Lerici darf man nicht mit dem bedeanzug auf die straße gehen und nach keine nassen Handtücher auf seine Balkon hängen! * im pordenonen ist das streiten mit der verlobten verboten! * in san remo darf man sich nicht mit prostiurieten unterhalten! * Am danto- strand von revenna ist laute musik in der mitagszeit verboten, ebenso verboten sind das verteilen, vorbetetteln das sonnenbad ohne uberteil und das liegen am strand aud den ersten 200 mitern das Lido- davor darf man dort aber laufen! * im wigevano wurde erst kürzlich eine frau zur zahlung 160 euro strafen verurteilt, weil sie sich am fuß eines denkmals in den schatten gesetz hat! in Berscia kommt man biliger davon eine 54 jährigen wurden nur 100 euro abgenommen, weil sie sich an eine piazza auf den stufen eines historischenmanuments niederließt! * im sizilianischen trapani ist Eisschlecken auf der straße verboten! * in vendig wie auch im toskanischenLucca drohnen einem bis zu 500 Euro strafe, wenn mann die tauben füttert! * im lombardischen Gallarate sind 500 euro fällig wenn jemand mit einem Bier in der hand zu mitternächtlicher stunde durchs standzentrum zieht! * im Capri müssen alle Handhalter eines DNS probe ihres Lieblings abgeben, wenn dann zukünftig eine iliegaler rasch ausfindig gemacht werden, dann sind 1500 euro staraf fällig! in pavia ist des verboten oben ohne i der sonne zubaden, öffendlich barfuß zu gehen,in der öffentlichkeit die wäche auzuhängen, wilde katzen zu fütten und vor 9 odernach 11 uhr morgens Tepiiiche zu klopfen! und zu weiter die unterschiede gesetze vom kapitalismus wenn eine staat Armut sind und viele Arbeitslos geblieben oder Arbeitsförderungen treffen oder lohndampin sind oder mehrere flüchtlingen in eine stadtleben, gibt keine soziale sicherungen,allemenschen eine sichere leben haben! gestze kann eine weile viele schwerige gründe ordnungen aber nicht nur vor kapitalisten und reichtumer! Ahmad Hesam

  10. Sou brasileiro e moro no Rio de Janeiro e amo minha cidade POREM hoje acho esse video uma propaganda enganosa devido a violencia. desordem e sujeira e fedor da cidade. Ha duas semanas atras fui levar meus sobrinhos ingleses para ver o mar no mirante do Leblon e ao comecar a subir a pe a av Neyemar o cheiro de esgoto e coco saindo dos bueiros infestando toda area ate o mirante me impresionaram de ver a falta de cuidado e despreso pela nossa cidade, As calcadas da cidade sao uma vergonha de tanto buraco. A baia de guanabara e uma fossa de esgoto e lixo a ceu aberto. E nao e verdade que no Rio e verao o ano inteiro, Como eu disse antes amo minha cidade mas a gente so melhora se admitir as falhas que no caso do Rio sao imensas, Quando e extrangeiro e sincero ele diz tudo isso como ja escutei de uma prima adolescente que e americana ao visitar a Urca ela perguntou porque a cidade e TAO SUJA, ai que vergonha

  11. This video about Rio de Janeiro is designed only for tourists , let me tell you something living in Brazil is totally different from being there as a tourist . very very different when you live in Brazil like I do you see the bad things about the country . You will see how complicated life is .

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