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Sambadrome

Sambadrome (Sambódromo in Portuguese language) is the name given to an exhibition place for the Samba Schools in Brazil. It generally consists spectator viewing areas surrounding a long alley for the schools to parade down.

Sambadromes in Brazil include:

Capital

Sambadrome City
Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí Rio de Janeiro
Sambadrome of Anhembi São Paulo
Convention Center of Manaus Manaus
Porto Seco's Cultural Complex Porto Alegre
People's Sambão Vitória
Passarela Nego Quirido Florianópolis
Sambadrome School of Popular Arts Macapá
Village of Amazon Culture David Miguel Belém

Other cities

Sambadrome City
Municipal Sambadrome of Bauru Bauru
Address of Samba Cabo Frio
Escola Multiuso Hildenburgo Moreira Laguna
Sambadrome of Paulinia Paulínia
Sambadrome of Santos Santos
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