Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Called Galeao-Antonio Carlos Jobim Intl Airport, it carried approximately 8.75 million passengers in 2006
The world's most lavish party
Mysterious and exotic homage to Iemanjá, African goddess of the sea
Football player, 1933-1983
Musician, composer, 1927-1994
It is named after the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont (1873-1932).