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Alameda dos Estados, Brasilia

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  • Nothing more than a street where the flags of all Brazilian States, but on the day we were there the flags were asteadas.
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  • It is a street of the Esplanade of the ministries where the flags of Brazilian States. Other than that it's no big deal.
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  • The Grove of States is made up of a connection between the two avenues that make up the Government Axis, between the ministries. Its appeal is that exposes flags of all Brazilian States. It is common to see tourists trying to find the flag of their State and in what position. The place has nothing more, but it's great to take pictures once the fluttering flags on their masts make beautiful compositions!
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  • The alameda is a beautiful site, resulted from a way to imagine a country, and resulted in a very stately way. There are many examples in the world of a specification like this. It is a privilege to be able to cross it.
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  • The best call to observe the Alameda is the antenna Tower, just have to wait for a line to comseguir take the elevator.
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  • One of the most beautiful views of the architecture of Brasilia, pity that your image is related to corruption and obfuscates your beauty.
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