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Choose from 56 pictures in our Carnival Season 2017 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Brazil-Rio-Carnival-Parade-Group B-Vizinha Faladeira Featured Carnival Season 2017 Print

Brazil-Rio-Carnival-Parade-Group B-Vizinha Faladeira

Revellers of Vizinha Faladeira samba school (Serie B, the third division) perform during their parade on Intendente Magalhaes street in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on February 28, 2017.
Only Special and Serie A groups of Samba schools are allowed to perform at Sambadrome. The rest of groups (Serie B to E) use the Intendente Magalhaes street which is opened to public for free. / AFP PHOTO / Yasuyoshi Chiba

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Lebanon-Religion-Christianity-Carnival Featured Carnival Season 2017 Print


A Lebanese boy, wearing a mask, takes part in the Zambo carnival held in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on February 26, 2017, to mark the last period of excess on the eve of the Christian Greek Orthodox lent.
The inspiration of the annual Zambo celebration is unclear, despite it being a tradition that stretches back over a century to when an emigrant to Brazil returned to his native Tripoli bringing the carnival with him. / AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZ

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Haiti-Festival-Carnival Featured Carnival Season 2017 Print


A reveler wearing a costume performs during the 2017 National Carnival Parade on February 26, 2017, in the city of Les Cayes, southwest Haiti.
The name of the carnival for this year is "Tet ansanb pou gran sid leve kanpe", in Haitian creole, (together for the South to rise up).
Last year 546 people died and more than 175, 000 people lost their homes when Hurricane Matthew roared ashore on October 4, packing 230-kilometer-per-hour winds in Haiti. Food, medicine and other essential aids took time to reach the areas struck by Hurricane Matthew. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL

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