In , the Guanabara State was eliminated by President Geisel under the military dictatorship , becoming the present-day City of Rio de Janeiro, and carioca was made the demonym of its municipality. The Brazilian Portuguese variant spoken in the city of Rio de Janeiro and metropolitan area is called carioca , and it is called sotaque locally, literally translated as "accent". The carioca accent and sociolect also simply called " carioca ", see below are one of the most widely recognized in Brazil, in part because Rede Globo , the second-largest television network in the world, is headquartered in Rio de Janeiro. Damanese East Timorese Goan Macau. The talk page may have details. From and during all the Imperial Regime, carioca remained only as a nickname by which other Brazilians called the inhabitants of Rio city and province. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations.
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