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Guanabara Palace, Rio de Janeiro

The Guanabara Palace, formerly palace of the Imperial Princess, is now the governor's office..

The Guanabara Palace, formerly palace of the Imperial Princess, is now the governor's office.


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About Guanabara Palace

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