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By Charlotte Markham, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As the temperatures drop in Rio de Janeiro to 20°C (or 69°F) low averages in May for the winter season of the southern hemisphere, many are breaking out their 'cold' weather wardrobes and expanding their menus to include soups and stews. This week the Mangue Seco’s Festival de Caldos da Cachaçaria (Cachaça house Soup Festival) has launched in Centro, to help heat up the cooler days.

Mangue Seco offers steamy culinary treats including caldo verde (green soup), caldo de camarão (shrimp . . .

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