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Carnival is a festive season in Western and Central Europe as well as in Latin America. When it started, it represented a final period of feasting and celebration before Lent, a period of fasting. On the day of Carnival, people dress up in colorful costumes to sing, dance, and parade on the streets. Today, Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is one of the largest and best-known in the world. More than 4 million people take part every year.
In many Christian countries, Carnival is held before Lent. The celebration always includes dressing up, taking part in masquerades, and joyful performances. The tradition of parades was born in Europe. On the day of Carnival, folk would hide their faces under masks and go to the city to participate in the massive celebration, singing, dancing, and talking to people from different social groups.