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World famous for its beautiful beaches, tropical forests, carnival, as well as football and folk music, Rio de Janeiro is the second biggest Brazilian city.

As a major economic hub, it is a top destination for expatriation. Rio de Janeiro attracts not only professional expatriates but also international students in large numbers as it is a significant higher education hub in South America.

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Just an American girl following love around the world and traveling to new places. Current city: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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