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Esplora Centro

Parchi e natura a Centro

Parco
“In this boulevard you can see the biggest graffitis in the world which were made for the Olympics 2016. Every graffiti represents a continent.”
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Piccolo bar
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“Inspired by the French architecture, this plaza is great for a walk, run, have a picnic or to rest for a while. If you plan to run, the outer path has 1 Km and the inner has 400 meters.”
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Parco
“Lots of green, ducks and other tropic animals offers this park. Ideal to take a rest from the busy city centre.”
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Porto/Porticciolo turistico
“Place were the last ball of the Empire took place. Looks like a castle on top of an island at the Guanabara Bay. Museum / Sightseeing”
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Mountain
“Amazing area to stroll around. Safe and very interesting. Not a favela, but old traditional residential area. ”
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Parco
“You can go to Museu do Amanhã (Tomorrows museum) and MAR (Art Museum of Rio). Both is in that square. ”
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Mountain
“Espaço de resistência cultural. Representa a comunidade afro-brasileira e resguarda muitas tradições e marcas da chegada dos Africanos ao Brasil.”
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River
“Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʁi.u dʒi ʒɐˈnejɾu][3]) is one of the 27 states of Brazil. It has the second largest economy of Brazil, with the largest being that of the state of São Paulo.[4] The state of Rio de Janeiro is located within the Brazilian geopolitical region classified as the Southeast (assigned by IBGE). Rio de Janeiro shares borders with all the other states in the same Southeast macroregion: Minas Gerais (N and NW), Espírito Santo (NE) and São Paulo (SW). It is bounded on the east and south by the Atlantic Ocean. Rio de Janeiro has an area of 43,653 km². Its capital is the city of Rio de Janeiro, which was the capital of the Portuguese Colony of Brazil from 1763 to 1815, of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves from 1815 to 1822, and of independent Brazil from 1822 to 1960. The state's 20 largest cities are Rio de Janeiro, São Gonçalo, Duque de Caxias, Nova Iguaçu, Niterói, Campos dos Goytacazes, Belford Roxo, São João de Meriti, Petrópolis, Volta Redonda, Magé, Macaé, Itaboraí, Cabo Frio, Angra dos Reis, Nova Friburgo, Barra Mansa, Teresópolis, Mesquita and Nilópolis. Rio de Janeiro is the smallest state in the Southeast macroregion and one of the smallest in Brazil. It is, however, the third most populous Brazilian state, with a population of 16 million of people in 2011 (making it the most densely populated state in Brazil and the third longest coastline in the country (after those of the states of Bahia and Maranhão). In the Brazilian flag, the state is represented by the Beta star in the Southern Cross (β = Mimosa). European presence in Rio de Janeiro is as old as Brazil itself, dating back to 1502. Rio de Janeiro originated from parts of the captainships of de Tomé and São Vicente. Between 1555 and 1567, the territory was occupied by the French, who intended to install a colony, France Antarctique. Aiming to prevent the occupation of the Frenchmen, in March 1565, the city of Rio de Janeiro was established by Estácio de Sá. In the 17th century, cattle raising and sugar cane cultivation stimulated the city's progress, which was definitively assured when the port started to export gold extracted from Minas Gerais in the 18th century. In 1763, Rio de Janeiro became the capital of Colonial Brazil. With the flight of the Portuguese royal family from Portugal to Brazil in 1808, the region soon benefited from urban reforms to house the Portuguese. Chief among the promoted changes were: the transformation of agencies of public administration and justice, the creation of new churches, and hospitals, the foundation of the first bank of the country - the Banco do Brasil - and the Royal Press, with the Gazette do Rio of Janeiro. The following years witnessed the creation of the Jardim Botânico (Botanical Garden) and the Academia Real Militar. There followed a process of cultural enhancement influenced not only by the arrival of the Royal Family, but also by the presence of European graphic artists who were hired to record the society and Brazilian natural features. During this same time, the Escola Real de Ciências, Artes e Ofícios (The Royal School of Sciences, Arts, and Works) was founded as well. In 1834, the city of Rio de Janeiro was transformed into a "neutral city", remaining as capital of the state, while the captainships became provinces, with headquarters in Niterói, a neighboring city. In 1889, the city became the capital of the Republic, the neutral city became the federal district and the province a state.[citation needed] In 1894, Petrópolis became the capital of Rio de Janeiro, until 1902 when Niterói recovered its capital status.[5] With the relocation of the federal capital to Brasília in 1960, the city of Rio de Janeiro became Guanabara State. Niterói remained the state capital for Rio de Janeiro state, while Rio de Janeiro served the same status for Guanabara. In 1975, the states of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro were merged under the name of Rio de Janeiro, with the city of Rio de Janeiro as state capital. The symbols of the former State of Rio de Janeiro were preserved, while the symbols of Guanabara were kept by the city of Rio de Janeiro. The state is part of the Mata Atlântica biome and is made up of two distinct morphological areas: a coastal plain, known as baixada, and a plateau, which are disposed in parallel fashion from the shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean inland towards Minas Gerais. The coastline extends 635 kilometers and is formed by the bays of Guanabara, Sepetiba, and Ilha Grande. There are prominent slopes near the ocean, featuring also diverse environments, such as restinga vegetation, bays, lagoons and tropical forests. Most of the state however consists of highlands, often higher than 1000 m, formed by several mountain chains like the Serra do Mar which separates Rio from the state of São Paulo. The highest point of the state, the Pico das Agulhas Negras (Black Needles Peak) is located in the Serra da Ma”
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Parco
“Cool and weird park, full of ducks, cats, homeless people, peacocks and small furry creatures whose name we havent figured out yet. But a nice place for a stroll after visiting Saara”
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Parco
“Local movimentado com bares e restaurante sempre tem algum tipo de evento na praça”
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Mountain
“Erguida em 1713 no alto do Morro da Conceição devido à posição privilegiada em um ponto alto da cidade próximo à Baía de Guanabara. Cinco anos após a inauguração já dispunha do terceiro maior poderio bélico da região. Com a atual renovação da região portuária da cidade, contígua ao centro, tornou a atrair grande público interessado em sua história, com destaque para a capela e para as masmorras onde líderes da Inconfiência Mineira ficaram presos. A vista descortinada da Baía da Guanabara e do Cais do Porto são outras grandes atrações.”
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Parco
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