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Guanabara Palace, Rio de Janeiro

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Government Building
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  • In addition to the grandeur of the building, there is a big garden at the back of the Palace. The manicured gardens, with malls even if imagines that there is this hidden treasure. Inside the main building, the decor is very pretty.
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  • Palace that depicts the story of the noble city settlers. Very well located in the traditional district of Laranajeiras, close to Rio de Janeiro.
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  • Built from 1853. in neoclassical style. Has been the residence of Princess Isabel and Getúlio Vargas. It is currently the seat of the State Government of Rio de Janeiro.
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  • Very nice location. Seat of Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Are also carried out cetirônias.
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  • Historical site where currently is the seat of the State Government. Accessible by subway lines 1 and 2 and several bus lines. Take a tour and learn about the history of the site.
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  • Official seat the State Government of Rio de Janeiro, has a very nice garden in the back of the building, which unfortunately is not open to the public. The scene of several demonstrations in the Guanabara Palace shipping.
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