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The Museum of Naïve Art in Rio de Janeiro is the largest museum of its type in the world, with over 8000 pieces, representative of over 130 countries, with many pieces for sale..
The Museum of Naïve Art in Rio de Janeiro is the largest museum of its type in the world, with over 8000 pieces, representative of over 130 countries, with many pieces for sale.
Rua Cosme Velho, 561 - Cosme Velho
The Largo do Boticário (Apothecary's Square) is a delightful square in the Cosme Velho neighborhood with preserved colonial style houses that date back to 1831
The Guanabara Palace, formerly palace of the Imperial Princess, is now the governor's office
Museu do Índio explores the history and society of Native Brazilians, with 14,000 artifacts, 50,000 photographs and 200 audio-visual recordings
Museu Villa-Lobos is dedicated to the great Brazilian composer and founder of the Brazilian Academy of Music, Heitor Villa-Lobos, who wrote about 1000 pieces
The towering statue of Christ the Redeemer standing with outstretched arms atop Corcovado overlooking the city is an iconic symbol of Rio de Janeiro
The 710 metre high Corcovado mountain rises in the Tijuca Forest in west Rio de Janeiro, known for its statue of Christ the Redeemer that overlooks the city
Santa Teresa is a hill-side neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, known for its winding, narrow alleys lined with 19th – 20th century mansions of the wealthy
The Carmen Miranda Museum showcases a collection of photographs, posters, musical recordings, and, of course, gigantic fruity hats worn by the singing star
Site of the famous Rio Carnival parades, the Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí is a 700 metre long street flanked by grandstands and VIP boxes
Formerly a telephone museum, Oi Futuro now hosts a fine gallery with temporary exhibitions of digital art or art with interactive media