Tiradentes Palace, Rio de Janeiro

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  • The Tiradentes Palace is a central place in the history of Brazil. At the site, where is the current building, formerly was the City Council of Rio and the Old Prison. This was the location of Tiradentes prison, while waiting to be executed. After the proclamation of the Republic, was built on the site of the building that would house the Federal Legislative Chamber, christened "Tiradentes Palace". Today, the Palace is the seat of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Rio de Janeiro. However, has a very interesting tour, presented by students of history, that you present the historical installations of palaces, with their frames and very important for our story symbolisms. All this at no cost. Well worth getting to know.
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  • Very beautiful Palace, and classic! Worth the visit. The interior is as handsome as the exterior. The plenary CHAMBER's classic, all dark wood coated at the time of the Empire. At the top, galleries allow a good view of the plenary. Recommend to anyone who likes politics and history.
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  • When I visited the tiradentes Palace, went on tour of the school, but it was a nice ride, with guides explaining every detail of the Museum, the story of each art object. Super recommend for those who like history!
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  • Em reforma
  • Bela arquitetura.
  • Centro Político do RJ
  • Proibido o som alto nos automóveis e nas casas, mas, a Prefeitura de Mesquita permite que botecos tenham terríveis Máquinas De Músicas e se situem no meio de residências e agora 02h34min o boteco na rua Maurícia Borges, 560 funciona com o som alto, sem receio de ser multado e ter a máquina apreendida conforme determina a Lei 9605/98 no art. 54.
  • Infelizmente, posso falar apenas no exterior. Fui duas vezes e de acordo com horário no local e pela internet, deveria estar aberto, porém, portas fechadas. Um dos pontos que mais gostaria de ir no Rio e ficou pra trás com muita tristeza. É um prédio belíssimo, com arquitetura única. As estátuas no topo da fachada são dignas de Paris e Roma, nada a desejar. Dica: Cheque na internet, por telefone e se encontrar outra de saber se estará aberto o faça. Ainda hoje não me conformo :(