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By Candy Pilar Godoy, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Iconic bohemian neighborhood Santa Teresa was buzzing with activity this past weekend, as more than seventy artists of varying mediums opened their doors to the public. The annual Portas Abertas (Open Doors) festival, which kicked off on July 8th and ran through July 10th, gave artists the opportunity to mingle with the general public while showcasing their work.

The popular cultural event features an array of artwork, with everything from . . .

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