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20 Totally Awesome Photos From Brazilian Festival in Minsk

Some years ago it would be hard to imagine anything like that in the Belarusian capital. But the fact is: in just three years a deserted industrial Kastryčnickaja street has transformed into a centre of art life and parties, and can now boast some unique street art created by world’s best known artists.

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The third festival Vulica Brasil closed in Minsk this Saturday with a colourful carnival and a huge open air celebration.

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Kastryčnickaja street has actually become a piece of art itself. In three weeks Brazilian and Belarusian artists have gifted it the world’s largest mural, a mural with stricking black-and-white fanstasies and even some street art on wheels – two old trams were given a second life with the help of paint.

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Despite bad weather, over a thousand people gathered at the closing of the festival on September 17. There was no place for greyness – only music, dances and a lot of fun!

World’s largest street art piece. Well, the half of it!

Mr. Zubr is watching you!

And another huge piece – totally out of this world!

Hello there!

The author of this pic wrote: “Vulica Brasil is the best thing that could happen in Minsk in September!” Well, we can’t agree more!

Lenin Lived, Lenin Lives!

When your outfit and the background are a perfect match!

Better than perfect!

Фото опубликовано @maxkosenko

A photo with a tram is a MUST!

And what’s this?

Uniting people!

Warming them up!

Doing things like that in Vulica Brasil is not illegal!

Hipsters everywhere!

Brazilian music and Belarusian dances!

And hot dancers!

Set a reminder and see you next year!


See a big photo report here.