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Petrobras Headquarters, Rio de Janeiro

The headquarters of the federal oil company is an interesting piece of Brutalist architecture by Roberto Luís Gandolfi, soaring 108 metres into the sky..

The headquarters of the federal oil company is an interesting piece of Brutalist architecture by Roberto Luís Gandolfi, soaring 108 metres into the sky.


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About Petrobras Headquarters

 Avenida República do Chile 1202‎

 21 3224-7836

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