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Torre de Televisao, Brasilia

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The Brasília TV Tower was completed in 1967 (the observation platform was opened in 1965) at a height of 218 meters, but in 1987 another 6 meter was added by the TV channel Bandeirantes. Now the TV Tower is 224 m height. This tower is the fourth tallest structure of Brazil and is also one of the most noticeable when you drive across Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge. It is located on Brasilia's Monumental Axis.
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  • The visit to the Tower's stopover in Brasilia. Either for sight-seeing or to take a quick stop at the market downstairs, the turret is a good tip for an afternoon or for a beautiful sight and lit by night.
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  • For sure the best place to look at Brasilia from above I went with the whole family and we love giving to see almost everything.
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  • From the viewpoint of the tv tower has been one of the most interesting sights of the city. The queue for the elevator is fast and we were lucky enough to still have a saxophonist playing on the site. At the base of the Tower, just below the Tower fair with crafts and food.
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  • Great views of the city. Do not miss the middle level viewing which also has a nice coffee shop with excellent views. The top level though is the highest, best view. You have to take separate elevators to visit each level. Best to visit on the weekend since the hundreds of artisan stalls near the tower base are only open Saturday and Sunday.
  • Nice attraction! Good view from up above. Gotta go when you visit in Brasilia
  • Didn't climb it yet, but truly beautiful. Remarkable!
  • Great location to look out upon the entire city of Brasilia. Souvenir shops are right behind the tower.
  • Nice view, but at weekends faca a row