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Carnevale is an Italian word derived from the Latin carnem (meat) and levare (remove), corresponding to English "carnival". It is a traditional Christian celebration which marks the beginning of Lent, the period of 40 days before Easter during which no meat is eaten.
- Carnival, an overview
Carnevale may refer to:
- Carnival of Venice (Italian: Carnevale di Venezia), an annual festival held in Venice, Italy
- Fra Carnevale ("Brother Carnevale", 1420/25 – 1484), Italian Renaissance painter
- Andrea Carnevale (born 1961), Italian former football player
- Roberto Carnevale (born 1966), Italian composer
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