RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tourists landing in Rio de Janeiro at the Tom Jobim International Airport - Rio Galeão will be welcomed by an exhibition featuring 20 costumes and props from the Rio de Janeiro Carnaval Special Group samba schools that paraded last year.
The goal is to get passengers into the party mood as soon as they reach the terminal. The exhibition will remain on display in the airport's international landing hall from yesterday, February 17th until March 2nd.
The exhibition is curated by Célia Domingues, president of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Brazil (AMEBRAS), an . . .