The Sao Paulo Carnival, one of the biggest festivals in the world and one of the most important in Brazil, will feature a presentation inspired by Peru. The school of samba Unidos de Vila Maria will show a theme centered on the sun and the importance that the star has in the Peruvian-Brazilian relationship.
“We want to show that there is a relationship between Brazil and Peru, which is linked to the sun,” said Cristiano Bara, a member of the school, according to information from El Comercio.
The intention of this staging is to tell the story of Peru. Their stage represents a boat on Lake Titicaca and their story speaks of a panoramic flight on the wings of a condor.
Gisele Santa de Azevedo, member of the school emphasized that everyone is aligned to represent Peru in the parade as best as possible.