The Tour describes the places where Tia Ciata went. Considered the Matriarch of Samba, she started the tradition of the Tabuleiro de Baiana de Acarajé and to this day she is honored for her contribution to the formation of the Brazilian scene, having been recognized as one of the heroines of the motherland in the book Heroes and Heroines of the City of Rio. Pequena África is the name given by Heitor dos Prazeres to a region of Rio de Janeiro comprised of the port area, where freed african slaves were located, and get reunited as a community from 1850 to 1920. That's the same place where Aunt Ciata's House was built, as she was a defensor of the traditions that those early afrobrazilians brought to Rio.
After the guidance, you will learn about the origin of jongo, steps, touch and singing. In an Oficina Vivência that presents Jongo instructed by Lizza Dias.