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“O Museu foi projetado por Oscar Niemeyer. De Niterói há uma bela vista da cidade do Rio de Janeiro The Museum was designed by Oscar Niemeyer. From Niterói there is a beautiful view of the city of Rio de Janeiro”
“Prainha Beach is a smaller isolated surfer beach a short drive southwest from Rio de Janeiro. The half-moon shaped beach is bordered on each side by rocks and high cliffs, causing the waves to come in fast and with multiple breaks. ”
“Cervantes is often called a Copacabana "institution", which happens to be a very accurate description. Older male waiters wearing white coats and black bow ties serve large sandwiches to hungry, often intoxicated diners, from noon until 3-5am every day of the week.”
“The Sambódromo of Rio de Janeiro where the parades of the samba schools take place. This building, built in 1984, is located at Rua Marques de Sapucaí, a place where schools were already paraded long before the "Sambódromo". But formerly the bleachers and staterooms for attendance were assembled annually for the party, and at the end they were dismantled. The sambódromo was designed by Architect Oscar Niemeyer and had its construction completed in 1984. The Sambódromo can be visited during the year, in periods outside the Carnival. During the day, the place is usually open to visitation and you can take advantage of visiting the Samba Museum that is in the same place.”
“This is the botequim where Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes wrote their most famous song "The Girl from Ipanema", for which the botequim is now named. Legend has it that a "..tall and tan and young and lovely girl from Ipanema went walking.." by this bar on her way to the beach.”