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Tours of Brasilia, the Architect's Dream City

The capital of Brazil, Brasilia is well-known for its impressive architecture. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brasilia was designed by the forward-thinking Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and the city planner Lúcio Costa in 1960. Their detailed city planning and balanced design for the federal seat of government continue to impress architects and city planners today.

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In the late 1950s, Rio de Janeiro was the capital of Brazil and much of the interior of Brazil, especially the highlands where Brasilia is now located, were under-utilized. Wanting to promote economic growth in the interior of the country, the President invited the best of the country's architects to compete to design a new capital in the highlands, and Niemeyer's blueprints won the honor. On a Brasilia city tour, you can view the layout of the center of the city, which resembles an airplane ... Show More

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