Fandango's Living Museum

UNESCO -World Heritage List2011

Observatory of the Portuguese Language

Observatory of the Portuguese Language
Lisboa, Portugal

Fandango is a popular music and dance expression in coastal communities in southern and south-eastern Brazil. Fandango songs are called modas and are played with handmade instruments – viola, fiddle and frame drum. Traditionally, fandangos were offered as payment for collective activities, such as planting, harvesting and fishing.


  • Title: Fandango's Living Museum
  • Creator: UNESCO -World Heritage List
  • Date Created: 2011
  • Location: Internet
  • Type: Photography

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