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Maratonistas do Saber

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EMEF PROFª EDNA MARIA NOGUEIRA FERRAZ

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Maratonistas do Saber

  1. 1. EMEF Professora Edna Maria Nogueira Ferraz Maratonistas do Saber Guia turístico do Rio de Janeiro
  2. 2. The two main tourist points of Rio de Janeiro Corcovado: The Corcovado Mountain is certainly the biggest attraction of the city. Situated 710 meters above sea level, the hill holds the statue of Christ Redeemer, one of the most known monuments planet. The statue, which measures 38 meters and weighs 1,145 tons, was inaugurated in 1931. To reach the main terrace, visitors have to climb 222 de- degrees steep or use the escalator and elevators with panoramic views. The climb to the top of Corcovado Hill can be made by tren- zinho rising by a railway, one of the the country's oldest, opened in 1884 by D. Pedro II. Rua Cosme Velho 513, Cosme Velho - tel. 2558-1329.
  3. 3. Sugarloaf: Sugarloaf Mountain is another cardworld-renowned post. To reach the top (396 m), the visitor climbs a lift it shall senddraçado in two steps. The first goes to the hillUrca (220 m) and the second to the Loaf of Sugar. The path length of 1,330 meters istaken at 6 minutes. From above it can be seen the most beautiful view of the Guanabara Bay, the centercity and also in Niterói. Av Pasteur 520, Urca. - tel. 2541-3737. --- From the top of Urca Hill is pos- sible to flightseeing helicopter. More information on the phone: 2542-7895.
  4. 4. Maracanã: Built for the World Cup 1950 Mario Filho Stadium, better known as Maracanã is the largest temple of world football. O Brazil lost that World Cup, but won a stage worthy of any game and show. within yet there is the Sports Museum where are displayed preciosities as the number 10 shirt of the Brazilian team that It belonged to Pelé. It is worth checking the program-Games tion to watch some football. Some companies offer tickets and service transfer to the stadium and monitoring games. Inquire at the front desk of your hotel. street Professor Henrique Rabelo, gate 18, Maracanã. Attention dog. Due to the works for the World Cup 2014, the stadium undergoes renovation s and can be closed o Monastery:
  5. 5. Sao Bento Monastery: The Monastery of St. Benedict was built by Beneditos (1617-1669) and is a framework of the Brazilian Baroque. It was erected by Beneditos monks. Its interior is rich and magnificent. Highlighting the jacaranda grids made by Frei Domingos da Conceição between 1698 and 1706 and the father- els of the main chapel, painted between 1663 and 1700. On Sundays takes place a famous follow Mass nied by the Gregorian chant of the monks benediti- we. To watch it, it's advisable to arrive 30 minutes in advance. Rua Dom Gerardo 68, Centro.
  6. 6. Arcos da Lapa: The arches are the symbol of a River January bohemian and alternative. In late se- mana, thousands of people gather in the neighborhood of Lapa to attend the bars and venues of re- gion. Arcos da Lapa were built in the first century XVI. A cable car crosses the arches, leaving the center the city to the nearby neighborhood of Santa Teresa.
  7. 7. Copacabana Fort: This fort, located in one end of Copacabana Beach, is open to visitors. It has a museum, gazebos, exhibition halls, cafes and mainly study views petaculares on Copacabana beach. open day- ily except Mondays. Next entry Strong, is the Co- fishermen colony pacabana where every morning the fishermen re- make deep-sea and sell their fish at the edge the praia.Telefone: 2287-3781.
  8. 8. nha Sea, Copacabana is a city of synthesis Rio de Janeiro. In the summer and especially on weekends week, the number of attendees increases considerably. Both ends of the beach They are safeguarded by strong, strong rudder and Copacabana Fort. On the beach promenade, many kiosks offer varied choices of food and drinks. Copacabana is a beach that needs to least be known for those visiting Rio de Ja- Neiro. Some consider stirred excess; or- ters, the beach of dreams. The Leme Beach is the left of Copacabana and the border between the two It passes by almost unnoticed. The rudder is a
  9. 9. Ipanema Beach: The sand piece was mun- medially known for the song "Girl Ipa- nema "by Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes. So as Copacabana, one can not speak of the beach without talk of the neighborhood. Ipanema, an ancient village of fishermen pain, is a cultural cradle of the river and, consequently mind, Brazil. From there came the beachwear and great composers who helped create Bossa New. Ipanema, in Tupi-Guarani means peri- water gosa. Nevertheless, the sea is good for the practice of study water ports like surfing and bodyboarding. the sands Ipanema's often gra- concerts INCIDENTAL to the public, usually at night.
  10. 10. Leblon Beach: The beach of Leblon is an extension right from Ipanema beach. It's not as crowded, but the wide strip of sand allows the practice of several sports. The Mirante do Leblon, located in the former We shudder right allows a breathtaking view, especially when the sea is in hangover. O Leblon neighborhood has become, in recent years, the re- gion noble city. Leblon there are many and exceed lenses restaurants, unfortunately a bit inflated due to excessive appreciation of the neighborhood.
  11. 11. Barra da Tijuca beach: It is the largest urban beach extension in Rio de Janeiro. Are kilometers of beach that allow the water sports (ideal for windsurfing). At first, it lies Beach Pepe, a meeting point for young and beautiful people. Pepe was the name of one of the largest study of athletes radical sizes of Brazil, killed in accident ASA- delta. The sea of Barra often treacherous and is good beware. Worth a try one of the holy Natural duíches of Pepê tent.
  12. 12. Major museums in Rio de Janeiro National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA): The MNBA houses the most important exhibitions of the city and occupies the building where worked since 1908 the Academy of Fine Arts. Its collection of 14,000 pieces is exposed so and rotating features works from all phases of Brazilian painting. Are pictures of Candido Portinari, Di Cavalcanti, Tarsila do Amaral, Lasar Segall and others. Among the foreigners, works of Debret, Boudin, Picasso and Rodin. Av. Rio White 199, Centro. National History Museum: The 300 thousand pieces are very interesting and tell the story Brazil, since its discovery until the proclamation of the Republic. Especially the models in fa- ivory Imperial ily. Praça Marechal Ancora, Centre. the Republic Historical Museum: The Catete Palace served as seat of the Presidency of the Republic from 1897 until 1960, when it was transformed into a museum. Its collection includ tory of the Republic highlighting the former president Getulio Vargas, who committed suicide there. Rua do Catete 153, C tete. Chácara do Céu Museum: Located in Santa Teresa, it has a collection of about 8,000 pieces of paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures. Especially works of Matisse, Modigliani, Monet, Dali, Picasso, Di Cavalcanti and Portinari. Murtinho Nobre 93 Street, Santa Teresa. Museum of Modern Art (MAM): Opened 1958 with architectural design of Affonso Eduardo Reidy and landscape of Burle Marx, the great houses MAM art exhibitions. Especially works by Brazilian artists. Av. Infante D. Henrique 85, Flamengo Park, Center. Quinta da Boa Vista: The Imperial Boa Vista Palace was the residence of choice for prevented ees Empire Brazil. Today is National Zoo and Museum. Fixed assets: 10,000 pieces distributed 3800 m2. Among these the fossil of a giant sloth, Egyptian pieces, oriental dishes and parts of emperors res Brazil. Quinta da Boa Vista. Museum of Contemporary Art: His biggest highlight is the own building designed by Oscar Niemeyer. In addition to a collection of 600 works of art concretist also has an initial gualável overlooking the Rio de Janeiro. Mirante da Boa Viagem, Boa Viagem, Niteroi. Exercised Historical Museum I quote: Strong beautiful is located at the end of Copacabana Beach (next to Ipanema). In the museum are exhibits artillery and infantry several times. There is also a photographic and bibliographic. Highlighting the bene- LISSIMA view of Copacabana.
  13. 13. Sports in Rio de Janeiro Surfing: There are several points in Rio de Janeiro very suitable for surfing. It should however be very cautious, because the currents are dangerous. There are many cases of drownings. The sites listed for surfing are: Arpoador, Barra da Tijuca (opposite the bar Seas condo), Prainha and Grumari. In days of surf when the waves reach up to four meters high, the best spot is near the Lookout Leblon. Copacabana usually does not have good waves for surfing. Hang-gliding: The Rio de Janeiro account one of the best and safest ramps for practicing paragliding. The start ramp is in Pedra Bonita in São Conrado and landing is made at the Pepino beach, also in São Conrado. Several companies offer practice of double flight to stakeholders. Kitesurf: The official spot for kitesurfing in Rio de Janeiro is in Barra da Tijuca, near Pepe Beach. Windsurfing: The official spot to practice windsurfing in Rio de January is in Barra da Tijuca, shortly after Pepê Beach. On site there is a wooden hangar where practitioners keep your materials. Diving: There are several companies in Rio de Janeiro offering diving. An such is the Diver's Quest Rua Maria Angelica 171/110 - Botanical Garden. (21) 2266-4041 / (21) 2286-2513. bicyclo Cleta, Skates and Skateboards: Every Sunday and holidays the highways the edge of Rio de Janeiro (Copacabana, Ipa- nema and Leblon) are impassable to traffic, making them ideal for cycling practices, skateboarding and rollerblading. There are bicycle rental services.
  14. 14. South, Shopping Leblon, Rio Design Shopping and Fashion Mall. Shopping Barra is the greatest of all, as the Fashion Mall shopping which concentrates the best (and most expensive) brands, while the South River usually has the best ofer- tas. Brands of bikinis: The various bikinis stores has several branches in the city. We will quote only one branch each store. To learn about other branches of the same brand, inquire at the front desk of your hotel. The best brands bikinis of Rio de Janeiro are: Lenny (Fashion Mall), Tea Rose (Fashion Mall), BumBum (Ipanema Forum) Rygy (South River), Maritime Company (Fashion Mall). City Souvenirs: Photography Book Rio de Janeiro - Hans Donner: 120 pages with beautiful pictures of Rio de Janeiro. Luxury finish. The sale in the best bookstores and city tour points. Book Rio de Janeiro Colorfotos: photo book with 110 photos of Rio de Janeiro and explanatory captions in multiple languages. Cost-effective. The sale in the best bookshops and points city ​​tourism. Craft: There are two great places to buy crafts in Rio de Janeiro. The fair

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