I LOVE RIO Invites Translators and Contributors from Around the World

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Anticipating the launch of its official portal scheduled for later this year, I LOVE RIO released a summarized version of the website in over sixty different languages, providing a region-targeted presentation of the city and state of Rio de Janeiro, with an emphasis on the local culture.

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Anticipating the launch of its official portal scheduled for later this year, I LOVE RIO released a summarized version of the website in over sixty different languages, providing a region-targeted presentation of the city and state of Rio de Janeiro, with an emphasis on the local culture.

In correspondence with the site's official tagline, the phrase 'I Love Rio de Janeiro' was translated into dozens of languages, and the translation of the phrase was chosen as the designated domain name for the respective language. For instance, the Spanish version of the summarized website is accessible by typing http://www.yoamoriodejaneiro.com, derived from "Yo Amo Rio de Janeiro," the Spanish equivalent of "I love Rio de Janeiro."

The translations for several Western languages are completed, while the translations for less commonly spoken and some Asian languages are still being corrected and improved.

Aiming to collaborate with contributors from around the world, I LOVE RIO has established a contact email for writers and editors interested in participating in the betterment of the work being published: global(at)iloverio(dot)com.

This collective initiative emerged from the special efforts of the I LOVE RIO team in divulging first-hand content to regions that are not normally familiar with Rio de Janeiro-based publications, other than releases relating to major news and events.

These brief international versions provide an overview of the city and the state, while also offering an understanding of the local culture and traditions, supplemented by a selection of exclusive photographs.
As the city of Rio de Janeiro gears up for the 2016 Olympics, the intention of the sites is to offer a simple and useful frame of reference, providing positive and balanced information to a broad global audience.

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About I LOVE RIO

Years in the making, the upcoming I LOVE RIO portal is an international project combining the studies and efforts of a wide range of researchers, designed to present the City and the State of Rio de Janeiro from a unique historical, touristic, and cultural perspective in an innovative manner.

Over thousands of pages, I LOVE RIO shows how each characteristic of Rio de Janeiro developed, explaining the interplay between the city and its local traditions and cultural productions.

The upcoming portal focuses on projects and initiatives related to the conservation of nature, the preservation of the environment and the exchange between its physical and cultural aspects. Furthermore, the portal will provide direct contact information for various institutions involved in activities that promote harmonization of these programs with regional economic development.

The work emphasizes the respect for nature and sustainable tourism, highlighting the importance of environmental protection in all public and private proposals.

Part of I LOVE RIO is dedicated to 16 cities of the state of Rio de Janeiro, and for each one of these cities there is an emphasis on history, nature, cultural events, as well as gastronomy, lodging, and business options, aiming to increase the interest of researchers, tourists, visitors and international businesspeople for the state of Rio de Janeiro, beyond the Capital.

I LOVE RIO is a private cultural and independent initiative, without any political funding or affiliation.

I LOVE RIO has the official endorsement of Companhia de Turismo do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - TurisRio (State Tourism Company of Rio de Janeiro), Instituto Brasileiro do Turismo - Embratur (Brazilian Institute of Tourism), Riotur (Tourism Company of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro), Niterói Empresa de Lazer e Turismo - NELTUR (Niterói - Leisure and Tourism Company), Secretaria Municipal da Cultura - SMC-RJ (Municipal Department of Culture of Rio de Janeiro), Secretaria Municipal de Meio Ambiente - SMAC-RJ (Municipal Department of Environment of Rio de Janeiro), Instituto Estadual do Ambiente - INEA (State Institute of Environment), Secretaria do Estado do Esporte Lazer e Juventude - RJ (Secretary of State of Leisure and Youth Sport of Rio de Janeiro), Associação Brasileira de Hotéis Rio de Janeiro (Brazilian Association of Hotels Rio de Janeiro), Associação de Cama & Café e Albergues do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - ACCA-RJ (Bed & Breakfast Association and State of Rio de Janeiro Hostels), Sindicato dos Guias de Turismo do Rio de Janeiro - SINDGTUR (Union of Tourist Guides of Rio de Janeiro), Sindicato das Agencias de Turismo do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - SINDETUR (Union of State for Tourism Agencies in Rio de Janeiro), Associação Brasileira de Agências de Viagens do RJ - ABAV/RJ (Brazilian Association of Travel Agencies of Rio de Janeiro), Parque Nacional da Tijuca (National Park of Tijuca), Rio de Janeiro Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Rio de Janeiro), Federação de Convention & Visitors Bureaux do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Federation of Convention & Visitors Bureau of the State of Rio de Janeiro), Petrópolis Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Petropolis), Cabo Frio Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Cabo Frio), Nova Friburgo Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Nova Friburgo), Teresópolis Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Teresopolis), Angra dos Reis Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Angra dos Reis), Búzios Convention & Visitors Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Búzios), Macaé Convention & Visition Bureau (Convention & Visitors Bureau of Macaé), Prefeitura de Niterói - NELTUR (Niterói City Hall - NELTUR), Prefeitura de Maricá (Maricá City Hall), Prefeitura de Nova Friburgo (Nova Friburgo City Hall), Prefeitura de Arraial do Cabo (Arraial do Cabo City Hall), Prefeitura de Cachoreiras de Macacu (Cachoreiras de Macacu City Hall), Prefeitura de Miguel Pereira (Miguel Pereira City Hall), Prefeitura de Angra dos Reis (Angra dos Reis City Hall), Prefeitura de Saquarema (Saquarema City Hall), Prefeitura de Cabo Frio (Cabo Frio City Hall), Prefeitura de Rio das Ostras (Rio das Ostras City Hall), Prefeitura de Paraty (Paraty City Hall), Prefeitura de Armação dos Búzios - Secretaria de Turismo, Cultura e Patrimônio Histórico (Armação dos Búzios City Hall - Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage), Prefeitura de Petrópolis - Fundação de Cultura e Turismo de Petrópolis (Petrópolis City Hall - foundation for culture and tourism), Secretaria Municipal de Turismo / Prefeitura Municipal de Teresópolis (Municipal Department of Tourism / Teresópolis City Hall), and Prefeitura de Macaé (Macaé City Hall).

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