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    Estrada do Corcovado

    At 710 meters (2329 feet), this hunchback mountain is where the Christ Redeemer statue stands with outstretched arms. At night, the 30-meter (98-foot) statue ...

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    Avenida Epitácio Pessoa

    An unmistakable landmark from the top of Corcovado and a breathtaking view as you leave the tunnel, Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas is largely used by locals as a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city ...

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    Alameda Floriano Peixoto

    Pão de Açúcar or Sugarloaf Mountain is one of Rio's most famous landmarks. Catch the thrilling funicular ride up the hill and float above Leme . The top commands a ...

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    Avenida Atlantica

    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 ...

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    Rua dos Arcos

    One of the few surviving landmarks from the colonial era, this aqueduct was finished in 1750. At one time, Arcos da Lapa carried water down from Rua da Carioca; it now ...

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    Avenida das Americas

    Located a little out of the way, this popular area deserves a visit. Famous for its enormous shopping center BarraShopping and upper-class residents, Barra da Tijuca has a certain ...

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    Avenida João Luiz Alves

    Formerly known as Forte São Teodósio, the current name became official in 1618 when the elaborate stone gate was built. In 1872, the fortress was ...

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    Rua Ramon Franco

    Together with the Sugarloaf and Morro da Babilônia, Morro da Urca forms one of the best climbing and hiking areas in the country. The top is known for marvelous ...

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    Estrada da Cascatinha 850

    The best place to visit to get an idea of what Rio once looked like, with miles and miles of tropical rain forest, walking trails, stunning views of ...

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    Estrada Lagoa Barra

    Located in the shadow of the majestic Pedra da Gávea, São Conrado is one of the more affluent neighborhoods in Rio's Zona Sul. Come here if you like to hang-glide, or even just to ...