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The Association Monegasque pour l’Amerique Latine (AMLA) is proud to announce its second event since its creation in September 2017.
“Brazilian Carnaval Happy Hour takes place on Thursday February 8, from 18:30 to 21:30, at the Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel, offering live entertainment, variation of Caipirinhas and typical finger food.
With the presence of special guests; the consulate of Brazil in Monaco, Mr and Mrs de Montigny; the renowned artist Marcos Marin who will expose some of his artwork, and in collaboration with the Hotel Meridien, AMLA invites you to join us in celebrating the Brazilian carnaval.
Let your gaze drift away with beautiful and skilful samba dancers, your taste be nurtured by Brazilian finger food and let’s get slowly in the mood of this Brazilian tradition with a variety of caipirinhas.
We look forward to sharing with you an insight into this vibrant, welcoming and diverse country of Brazil.
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