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22nd Samba carnival parade held in Helsinki, Finland

2012-06-17 07:56:07 GMT2012-06-17 15:56:07(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A Samba enthusiast attends Samba carnival parade in Helsinki, capital of Finland, on June 16, 2012. The 22nd Samba carnival was held here on Saturday, attracting nearly 1,000 Samba enthusiasts and teachers and students of Samba schools as well as thousands of locals and foreign tourists. Samba was introduced into Finland in early 1990s and seven Samba schools have been established across the country since then. (Xinhua/Zhao Changchun)

A Samba enthusiast attends Samba carnival parade in Helsinki, capital of Finland, on June 16, 2012. The 22nd Samba carnival was held here on Saturday, attracting nearly 1,000 Samba enthusiasts and teachers and students of Samba schools as well as thousands of locals and foreign tourists. Samba was introduced into Finland in early 1990s and seven Samba schools have been established across the country since then. (Xinhua/Zhao Changchun)

Samba enthusiasts attend Samba carnival parade in Helsinki, capital of Finland, on June 16, 2012. The 22nd Samba carnival was held here on Saturday, attracting nearly 1,000 Samba enthusiasts and teachers and students of Samba schools as well as thousands of locals and foreign tourists. Samba was introduced into Finland in early 1990s and seven Samba schools have been established across the country since then. (Xinhua/Zhao Changchun)

A Samba enthusiast attends Samba carnival parade in Helsinki, capital of Finland, on June 16, 2012. The 22nd Samba carnival was held here on Saturday, attracting nearly 1,000 Samba enthusiasts and teachers and students of Samba schools as well as thousands of locals and foreign tourists. Samba was introduced into Finland in early 1990s and seven Samba schools have been established across the country since then. (Xinhua/Zhao Changchun)

 The 22nd Samba carnival was held here on Saturday, attracting nearly 1,000 Samba enthusiasts and teachers and students of Samba schools as well as thousands of locals and foreign tourists. Samba was introduced into Finland in early 1990s and seven Samba schools have been established across the country since then.

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