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Supremo Tribunal Federal, Brasilia
Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Famous cases of national significance handled by Supremo Tribunal Federal include transfer of the royal family and Portugese nobility to Brazil in 1808, during the invasion of the kingdom of Portugal by French troops led by Napoleon Bonaparte and the extradition of the extradition of revolt leader Luis Carlos Prestes and the injunction filed by President Café Filho. Designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer, the court building is open for public to attend trials. A tour allows access to the plenary meeting halls as well as a small museum that tells the story of the evolution of the Court. To visit Supremo Tribunal Federal and get the most from your holiday in Brasilia, create itinerary details personal to you using our Brasilia trip itinerary planner.
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Uma praça grande, lotado de pombos, sem estrutura de turismo de onde se vê prédios nos quais ninguém entra e só.
Todo turista deve dar uma parada para ver o Supremo tribunal Federal, bem como os demais prédios que representam os Poderes do País. Parada obrigatória.
Suprema Corte Constitucional Brasileira e uma belíssima arquitetura. Dá para fazer a visitação ao seu interior!
Só bandido soltando bandido, Another group of corrupt politicians.
No commitment to Brazilian democracy or to due process. Mainly composed by cowards that just should not be there.
É um lugar bom pra visitar
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