Brasilia

Being listed as a World Heritage Site of UNESCO, Brasilia is home to plenty of historic sites and museums such as Eixo Monumental, Palacio de Alvorada, Complexo Cultural da Republica and many other landmarks. It is also the capital city of Brazil, thus, Brasilia houses some of the three branches of the Brazilian government. It was planned and developed by two of Brazil’s architectural geniuses, Oscar Niemeyer and Lucio Costa, making the city a concrete example of urban planning.

Brasilia

Brasilia

If you want to explore the country’s rich history, then a visit to Brasilia will surely give you a lot of facts and insights into the past. You can also visit two of the city’s main football stadiums, which are Estadio Mane Garrincha and the Serejao. They are the bases of famous rivalling football teams Brasiliense Futebol Club and Sociedade Esportiva do Gama.

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