Malibu Falls, a spectacular waterfall located in the rainforest in central Brazil, will become the centerpiece of the world’s largest outdoor amphitheater, according to a promotional video released by the city of Rio de Janeiro.
The city is partnering with local artist Ettore Bambio to create a waterfalls-themed water park featuring a waterfall, a water slide, and a water fountain that will be open to the public on July 11, 2017.
“This is a very unique experience for the people of Rio,” city spokesman Paulo Fernandes said.
“They will not only be able to visit it but also see it.”
Fernandes added that the waterfall is located in a remote area that is not accessible by public transportation.
“We have an idea that there is a great demand for waterfalls,” Fernandes explained.
“The city has decided to bring them here.”
The video is a promotional effort for a water park that will also feature a water feature, a restaurant, a dance studio, and other outdoor activities.
“When it rains, it pours, and it is beautiful,” Fernandis said.
He said the waterfalls will be themed after waterfalls in other cities.
The waterfalls are scheduled to open for the public at 7 p.m. on July 10, with an estimated crowds of 1,500.
The video also features a “water tour” that shows the water’s natural splashing characteristics.
Fernandes suggested that the water will be displayed on the water slides, as well as on the main waterfall.
“I think people will be really happy about it,” Fernandides said.
The Brazilian city of Rua do Cidade de Cidades is planning to open the water park at some point in the future.
“It’s something that is unique to Rio,” Fernandies said.
But, he said the city is aware of the risk of visitors getting sick from the water.
“You need to take precautions and be careful,” Fernande said.
Fernandis also said that he and his colleagues are working to make sure that the city’s waterfalls can be accessible to everyone.
“In a short time, we will have the water of Rio.
People will come here, people will swim in the water,” Fernandises said.
A waterfall near the beach in the city, the city has an annual population of around 4,000.
The “Brazil River” is one of the most active rivers in Brazil.
The river flows through the city and is considered one of Rio’s most iconic waterfalls.
A popular waterfall in Rio de Mayo, the waterfall’s name translates to “the waterfall of the Brazilian River” and is often associated with the city.
The waterfall is part of the Boca Grande national park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.