Inaugurated in 1910, the National Library is the largest in Latin America, with a collection of over nine million titles, ... More
National Library of Brazil
Inaugurated in 1910, the National Library is the largest in Latin America, with a collection of over nine million titles, including many rare books and manuscripts. The building is in neo-classical style, with Corinthian columns, and was designed by Souza Aguiar. The stairway was decorated by some of the most famous names of the 19th century, such as Rodolfo Amoedo, Eliseu Visconti, Henrique Bernadelli and Modesto Brocas.
The most famous beach in the world, Copacabana has lost little of its mystique and charm over the years. Positioned
in a wonderfully rich setting with a backdrop of sharp rising hills and a concrete jungle, this is the ...
The Monument to the Dead of WWII (Monumento aos Mortos na Segunda Guerra Mundial), locally known in Rio de Janeiro
as Monumento aos Pracinhas, is a place that contains a memorial to the Brazilian participation in WWII, as well ...
Pao de Acucar or Sugar Loaf Mountain is one of Rio's most famous landmarks. It is the best place to
gain a dramatic perspective on how mountains and sea confront each other to create the natural beauty of the ...
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