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By Chesney Hearst, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – New Year's Eve, or Réveillon as it is known, is easily Rio’s second most popular holiday after Carnival. While famous for the expected two million party-goers who gather at Copacabana Beach for the fireworks display and festivities, many other celebrations take place throughout the city to welcome in the new year.

For one of the best views from above, many head to Pão . . .

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