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Pictures: The Brazilian way

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A photo by Daniel Kfouri shows 'altinho' (loosely translated as little height) a soccer game played on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, in which the ball cant touch the sand. Picture: Daniel Kfouri/Mostra Futebol BrAlex Almeida photographed the Brazilian Amazon and other Brazilian states searching for the complex sociology of Brazilian soccer. Here he shows the women of Xingu Indigenous Park, Para state, Amazon region. Picture: Alex Almeida/Mostra Futebol BrThe real soccer of Brazil is played at Bom Jesus da Lapa, a town in the interior of Bahia state. This photograph by Joao Machado is part of the exhibit Mostra Futebol BR, which shows how soccer equals the playing field among the rich and poor in Brazil. Picture: Joao Machado/Mostra Futebol BrAlex Almeida photographed the Brazilian Amazon and other Brazilian states searching for the complex sociology of Brazilian soccer. Here he shows the women of Xingu Indigenous Park, Para state, Amazon region. Picture: Alex Almeida/Mostra Futebol Br

Mostra Futebol BR, aims to show the central, unifying role that soccer has in Brazil, and how it is played everywhere.

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