Brazil, I’m coming to explore the best tourist attractions

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1Oscar Niemeyer MuseumThe Oscar Niemeyer museum is located in curimba, Parana, Brazil. The foundation was laid in 2002. Its first name was the new museum. On the occasion of its opening in 2003, it was changed to its current name to commemorate the architect Oscar Niemeyer’s completion of this great project at the age of 95.
The Oscar Niemeyer museum contains many design elements of Oscar Niemeyer, such as bold geometric forms, curved slopes, large areas of white painted concrete, lifelike murals, and so on. It is itself a contemporary architectural artwork. Its main gallery is shaped like reflective glass eyes, standing high on yellow pillars and reaching through an arc-shaped ramp on the water. It is a fantastic structure because it is also known as the “eye Museum”. The museum focuses on the collection and exhibition of visual art, architecture, and design, which is very attractive to art lovers.
2Porto de GalinhasGA Si port is a beach in iporuca, Pernambuco, Brazil. It is located 60 kilometers south of the capital city Recife. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Brazil. It has been rated as the most beautiful beach in Brazil for many times and is deeply loved by vacationers.
GA Si port is famous for its continuous and high-quality beaches and natural pools. It has been rated as the best beach in Brazil by the magazine for eight times. Every summer, it will become lively here, and everyone comes here to enjoy the infinite fun brought by the beach. Here, you will never have leisure time, because there are too many items to play with. You can float in the lagoon in a small boat, or swim with fish. If you are a surfer, then I believe you can show your skills and challenge the waves. If you want to see the magical underwater world, diving is essential, and the colorful coral reefs will certainly open your eyes.
3Jalapão State ParkYarapo State Park is located in the northeast of Tocantins, Brazil, 250 kilometers away from the capital city Palmas, covering an area of 34000 square kilometers. It is the largest state park in the Tocantins, attracting explorers and ecotourism enthusiasts all year round.
Yarapo State Park is a park that integrates a variety of natural geology. Plains, sand dunes, waterfalls, and so on are essential, which can allow tourists to experience different customs. It is dominated by tropical savanna. In addition, there are gurgling streams, turbulent rivers, and golden sand dunes. The sand dunes here can be up to 30 meters high and are known as the “year apo desert”. If there is no water, flowers, or animals, it will be a real desert. You can go boating on the river, swim in the pool formed under the waterfall, or explore the desert to experience the unique natural beauty.
4Chapada Diamantina National ParkChapada Diamantina National Park is located in the state of Bahia in the northeast of Brazil, 400 kilometers away from the capital city El Salvador. It was established in the 1980s and covers an area of 1520 square kilometers. Its name means “cliff and diamond”. It is a national park worth visiting in Brazil.
Chapada Diamantina National Park has semi-dry weather and never lacks water. Most of it comes from rivers and streams. The park is composed of undulating mountains, deep canyons, jagged rocks, and vast plains. The natural landscape is breathtaking and amazing. There are also mysterious caves waiting for you to explore. Caves are formed due to the erosion of rivers. There are both long-standing geological landscapes and trickling clear rivers in the caves, which are magical. Several rivers here are red, so the water is rich in tannin. In addition, gold and diamonds have also been found here. There are many kinds of animals and plants in the park. Although there are not too many mammals, there are a variety of reptiles, amphibians, birds, and insects. The plants are mainly shrubs, woodlands, orchids, and cacti.
5Botanical Garden of CuritibaLocated in Curitiba, the capital city of Parana, Brazil, Curitiba’s botanical garden is an important tourist attraction and symbol of the city. It was opened in 1991 in the style of a French Park, covering an area of 240000 square meters. It is a rare tourist destination.
When you enter the botanical garden, you will be attracted by its French fountains, waterfalls, and lakes, filled with romantic feelings everywhere. Its main greenhouse covers an area of 458 square meters. It is a new art architectural style. Its design inspiration comes from the crystal palace built in London, England in 1851 to welcome the World Expo. There are a variety of tropical plants planted inside. There is a Botanical Museum in the park, which mainly collects local plants, most of which come from the forests along the Atlantic coast in eastern Brazil. It is the fourth largest herbarium Museum in Brazil, attracting researchers from around the world. In front of the museum, there are also ponds, lakes, auditoriums, libraries, theatres, tennis courts, and bicycle racing tracks.
6Fernando de NoronhaFernando de Noronha is an archipelago under the jurisdiction of the Brazilian state of Pernambuco, located in the Atlantic Ocean 354 kilometers off the coast of Pernambuco. The archipelago consists of 21 islands, with the main island area of 18.4 square kilometers. It was listed as a part of the Brazilian Atlantic Islands: Fernando de Noronha islands and Rocas Island reserve in 2001.
The undersea mountains exposed in the South Atlantic Ocean form the Fernando de Noronha islands and the adjacent Rocas Atoll, which represents most of the islands in the South Atlantic Ocean. The rich sea area is extremely important for the growth and reproduction of tuna, sharks, turtles, and other marine mammals, and the island is the largest habitat for tropical seabirds in the western Atlantic. There are a large number of dolphins in the Baya sea area, which is the only Bay known to mankind that has long billed dolphins visiting regularly. This is the most beautiful and perfectly protected scenic spot in Brazil. It is a good place for diving. Divers can see a wide variety of underwater animals. In addition, it is also a well-known surfing resort.
7São LuísLocated on the island of St. Louis in the Gulf of San Marcos, St. Louis is the capital and largest city of maranion and one of the three capital cities of Brazil on the island. The city is the 16th largest city in Brazil and the only state capital in Brazil established by the French.
St. Louis is a city full of amorous feelings, with not only long beaches but also swaying palm trees and beautiful girls, which makes people feel like entering the world’s scenic spots, charming and fragrant, elegant and comfortable. The historical center of St. Louis is listed as a world cultural heritage. The streets of the historical center are narrow and divided into small squares like a chessboard, which is very elegant. This city is famous for its “ceramic tiles”. Most of the buildings in the city are not high. Hand-painted ceramic tiles with thermal insulation are laid on the walls to help maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. It is these tiles that make St. Louis also known as the “Ceramic City”.
8MaceióMasayo, also translated as “masiyo”, is an important port city on the Atlantic coast in Northeast Brazil and the capital of aragos state. The city was founded in 1815 and set up in 1839. It faces the sea behind the mountain. The yalagua port in the East is blocked by the coral reef, which can only accept sea vessels on the waterline, and ocean-going giant ships are anchored outside the reef.
Masayo is a paradise for many stretches of beaches. The color of the sea changes from green to blue, but the water is really crystal clear. Walking on the white sand beach, behind you are coconut trees swaying with the wind, overlooking the boundless ocean in the distance and enjoying the frolicking crowd. There are also some naturally formed lakes in the Masayo sea, and colorful coral reefs can be seen a few kilometers away from the coast. The historic sites in the city include cathedrals, theatres, central markets, historical museums, etc., which are a good place to understand the culture of this ancient city.
American jazz, rock, and roll, as well as all forms of Brazilian dance, can be enjoyed in bars, restaurants, clubs, concerts, churches, and street festivals in Masayo. In addition, they can also be heard on university campuses, theatres, and museums.
9GuarulhosLocated on the Bank of the tiette River, guaroulius is a city in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is a satellite city of Sao Paulo. It is the second largest city in Sao Paulo and the 12th largest city in Brazil. The city is the most populous non-capital city in guarulius. It was founded in 1560 and established in 1880. At present, it is one of the most popular cities in Brazil.
As the second largest city in the state of Sao Paulo, the international airport of guarulius is the main airport in Brazil. It is not only the busiest airport in Brazil but also the aviation hub in South America. This city is a good place to be close to nature. There are vegetable farms and vineyards in the suburbs. Tourists can observe the planting and harvest of those organic vegetables, go to the wine manor to enjoy the endless vineyard scenery, and taste delicious wine.
10CampinasCampinas, located in the southeast of Brazil, is a city in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is the 14th largest city in Brazil and the third largest city in Sao Paulo. The city has Campinas State University, the most famous university in Latin America.
Campinas is the tenth richest city in Brazil, with more than 1000 large and medium-sized companies, many of which are the largest and best in Brazil. The city is the cultural center of the state of Sao Paulo, with many museums, art galleries, cinemas, libraries, universities, and theatres. Tourists can visit the cathedral, natural history museum, central market, Castle water tower, park, etc. built in the 19th century. Each scenic spot is worth tasting and viewing.
11GoiâniaGoiania is the capital and largest city of the state of goas in Central Brazil. It is the second largest city in central and western Brazil and the thirteenth largest city in Brazil. Founded in 1933, the city has a large green area. It is the city with the largest per capita green area in Brazil, ranking second in the world, second only to Edmonton in Canada.
Strolling through the green city of Romania, you can find that the streets of the city are full of tall tropical trees on both sides. In addition, there are many parks with vast areas of plants and trees, which makes the city full of green, full of vitality and vitality. The park is a major feature of goania, which not only provides space for citizens to relax, but also provides the freshest air for the city. Among many parks, Bridge Park is the oldest Park in Romania, with an area of 120000 square meters. It has lush trees, driving lanes, jogging trails, and exercise areas, which makes people relaxed and happy.
12GuarulhosLocated on the Bank of the tiette River, guaroulius is a city in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is a satellite city of Sao Paulo. It is the second largest city in Sao Paulo and the 12th largest city in Brazil. The city is the most populous non-capital city in guarulius. It was founded in 1560 and established in 1880. At present, it is one of the most popular cities in Brazil.
As the second largest city in the state of Sao Paulo, the international airport of guarulius is the main airport in Brazil. It is not only the busiest airport in Brazil but also the aviation hub in South America. This city is a good place to be close to nature. There are vegetable farms and vineyards in the suburbs. Tourists can observe the planting and harvest of those organic vegetables, go to the wine manor to enjoy the endless vineyard scenery, and taste delicious wine.
13Porto AlegrePort Alegre, also known as “happy port”, is located at the intersection of five river basins. It is the capital of Rio Grande do Sul and one of the largest cities in southern Brazil. Founded in 1809, the city is now the most important port in the Rio Grande do Sul and is very important in economic activities.
Porto Alegre is a popular tourist city. Platini palace, public market, Lamy biological reserve, St. Peter’s theater, harmony Park, botanical garden, etc. are all must-visit places. This city is also famous for its rich and colorful nightlife. Clubs, bars, and restaurants provide diverse entertainment places for people with different tastes so that everyone can feel the infinite style of this seaport city. Porto Alegre is the largest and most diversified city in Latin America, which includes immigrants from all over the world, most of whom come from Portugal, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Poland. Due to the left-wing tendency of the port, it was the venue of the world social forum from 2001 to 2003 and 2005.
14BelémLocated on the banks of the Pala River in northeastern Brazil, Belem is the capital of the state of Pala and is regarded as the largest city on the equator. Founded in 1616, the city is the first European colony in the Amazon region and the gateway to the Amazon River. At present, it is the eleventh largest city in Brazil and the second largest city in northern Brazil.
Belem is composed of two parts, one is the high-rise buildings full of modernization, and the other is the churches, squares, and blue-tiled buildings left over from the colonial period. The city has a rich and colorful history and retains a large number of colonial buildings. These buildings are the best representatives and confirmation of history. Each building has a beautiful story. Belem is also known as the “city of mango” because mango trees can be found in every corner of the city. Amazon Biological Park, Museum of Paleontology and mollusks, botanical garden, big market, etc. are the must-visit places of this city.
15ManausManaus has located at the intersection of the Hei River and the sorimans River, tributaries of the Amazon River. It is the capital of the Amazon state in Brazil. With endless natural and ecological resources, the city has developed into a mainland city with developed industry, commerce, and tourism, as well as a modern river port city in the emerging economy of the Amazon region.
Manaus attracts tourists from all over the world with its beautiful natural scenery and free trade. It is a famous tourist city in Brazil and welcomes tourists from all over the world. Around Manaus, you can enjoy the tropical rainforest style of the Amazon basin. 80 kilometers away from the urban area is the wild tropical rainforest area. You can deeply explore the wonderful tropical rainforest and watch the colorful tropical rainforest scenery. Manaus has the largest floating dock in the world, with a total length of 1313 meters. It is the best place to enjoy the blue sky, white clouds, and sea view. The main attractions of the city include the customs building, Manaus Grand Theater, Indian Museum, etc. tourists can also enjoy the wonders of the intersection of the black water of the Negro River and the white water of the Amazon River, as well as the animal and plant landscapes of the primeval forest.
16RecifeRecife, also translated as “Le xiffe” and “hairier”, is located on the Atlantic coast. It is the capital of Pernambuco, the fifth largest city in Brazil, and also the largest city in Northeast Brazil. With a history of more than 500 years, the city has been the window of Brazil’s foreign exchanges since ancient times, and it is also the only way and stop of the ancient maritime Silk Road.
Recife has many winding rivers, many charming islands, and more than 50 magnificent bridges, which makes it known as the “Venice of Brazil”. This city is full of tall palm trees and modern Portuguese-style buildings, as well as long beaches and leisurely crowds. It is full of typical Brazilian urban customs, which makes it interesting. Saint Joseph’s market is a public market in Recife. It was established in 1871. The building where it is located is the oldest building in Europe. It has been listed as a historical site in Brazil. It has 545 stalls and sells a variety of fish, spices, handicrafts, etc. In addition, you can also visit botanical gardens, water parks, nature reserves, museums, etc.
17São Paulo Museum of ArtFounded in 1947, the Art Museum of Sao Paulo is an important landmark of Sao Paulo, a representative of modern architecture in Brazil, and the most important art museum in Brazil. The Art Museum of Sao Paulo is characterized by the promotion of Museology and art education and has a large collection of art-related works. It is the first museum in Brazil to pay attention to the artistic tendency after World War II.
The Art Museum of Sao Paulo is an internationally recognized collection of Western art. It is considered to be the best art museum in Latin America and the southern hemisphere. It mainly collects a large number of paintings, but also the works of sculptors after World War II. There are 8000 collections in the museum, focusing on Brazilian art, pictures, carvings, sketches, etc. at the same time, there are African and Asian art, antiquities, decorative art, etc. all the collections in the museum are listed as Brazilian national heritage. There is also the largest art library in Brazil in the museum. The museum displays the works of the most famous artists of various periods, including Picasso, Renoir, CEZ à NNE, and many other famous artists.
18National Museum of BrazilThe National Museum of Brazil was founded in 1818 by Portuguese king Joao VI. at the beginning of its establishment, its name was the Royal Museum and later changed to its current name. At first, the museum collected a large number of animal and plant samples, especially bird samples, so it was called “the house of birds”. At the end of the 19th century, due to the personal preference of the Brazilian King Pedro II, the museum began to set foot in new fields, including anthropology, paleontology, and archaeology.
King Pedro II himself is also an amateur scientist and a warm supporter of all branches of science. He also collected ancient Egyptian art and plant fossils. Thanks to the efforts of King Pedro II, the national museum began to modernize and become the most important museum of natural history and human science in South America. The exhibits of the National Museum of Brazil include animals, insects, tableware of indigenous people, dinosaur fossils, tiger bones like teeth, Egyptian mummies, fish specimens, beautiful pottery before the Columbian era, archaeological artifacts in South America, meteorites, etc. in addition, there are exhibitions showing the customs of all ethnic groups in Brazil.
19National Historical MuseumThe National Museum of History of Brazil was established in 1922, with about 287000 collections. It is the largest Coin Collection Museum in Latin America. The predecessor of the museum building is the Santiago fort that protects the important place of Rio de Janeiro, Punta does calaboose.
The building of the museum is a composite, one of which is the castle of St. James Moses built in 1603, and the oldest of these buildings can be traced back to 1567. In 1693, a prison for slaves was also built here. In 1762, an arms depot was added, and finally, the Arsenal in 1764 and the barracks in 1835 were added.
With the increasing number of collections, museums have gradually occupied many buildings here and finally formed a complex. The museum was really known by the world in the 1940s. The National History Museum covers an area of 20000 square meters and has more than 25 permanent and non-permanent exhibitions.
20Amazon RainforestsAmazon rainforest, also translated as Amazon rainforest, also known as Amazon River rainforest, is located in the tropical rainforest of the Amazon basin in South America, covering an area of 7 million square kilometers (700million hectares), making this rainforest full of vitality as the Amazon River. The rainforest spans eight countries: Brazil (accounting for 60% of the forest), Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, and Suriname, including French Guyana. Four of these countries named the state of the rainforest Amazonas. Amazon rainforest accounts for half of the world’s rainforest area, accounting for 20% of the forest area. It is the largest tropical rainforest with the most species in the world.
As the largest tropical rainforest in the Americas, the Amazon rainforest has unparalleled biodiversity. There are 2.5 million species of insects, tens of thousands of plant species, and about 2000 species of birds and mammals in the Amazon rainforest. At present, at least 40000 species of plants, 3000 species of fish, 1294 species of birds, 427 species of mammals, 427 species of amphibians, and 378 species of reptiles have been scientifically classified in the region. Scientists point out that there are about 96660 to 128843 invertebrates in Brazil alone.
The plant species of the Amazon rainforest are the most diverse in the world. Experts estimate that one square kilometer may contain more than 75000 trees and 15000 advanced plants, and one square kilometer may contain 90790 metric tons of living plants. The Amazon rainforest is the largest animal and plant habitat in the world. One-fifth of the birds in the world live in the Amazon rainforest. About 438000 plants with economic and social interests are found in the Amazon rainforest, and there are more to be discovered and classified.
21Solimões and Negro RiversThe Amazon tropical rain forest, known as the “lung of the earth”, gathers too many “world’s best”, and the black and white river, as a part of the Amazon River, has long been shrouded in a mysterious veil.
The Amazon River is the largest river in the world, and the most famous section is the black and white river, which is jokingly called “the wedding of the river”, which is the intersection of the two tributaries of the Negro River and the solimans river. On the wide water surface, people can see an incredible scene: the white and yellowish sermons River and the dark coffee Negro rivers are completely different, touching each other and going away hand in hand. It is a wonder that this landscape can remain unchanged for more than ten kilometers.
Local people said that the difference in river color was caused by the difference in flow rate, mineral composition, temperature, and pH between the two tributaries. When the two rivers meet, it is difficult to change their “temper”, which forms a distinct boundary. Interestingly, most of the children born at home on the banks of the “Heihe River” are female babies due to long-term drinking of acidic river water. Many women and few men have become local characteristics. Some people even worry that in the long run, there will be a “daughter kingdom” along the coast. Take two glass bottles and take samples from the rivers on both sides. The result is that the black water is clear, but the so-called “white water” is muddy. It seems that life experience also fails in front of the Amazon River.
22Itaipu DamItaipu dam is located in the reach of the Parana River that flows through the border between Brazil and Paraguay. The water flow here is large and turbulent, and it is jointly developed by the governments of Brazil and Paraguay. The project lasted 16 years, with a total cost of more than $17 billion, and was finally completed in May 1991. The dam site controls a drainage area of 820000 square kilometers. The dam, with a total length of 7744 meters, cuts off the Parana River, forming an artificial lake with an area of 1350 square kilometers and a storage capacity of 29 billion cubic meters.
Itaipu dam is a hydropower project focusing on power generation. The main dam of the power station is 1064 meters long. It is a concrete hollow gravity dam with double buttresses. The concrete volume is 5.26 million cubic meters, and the maximum dam height is 196 meters, which is the highest of its kind in the world now. A total of 18 generating units are installed in the power station, with a total installed capacity of 12.6 million KW and an annual power generation of 90billion kwh, of which 948.6 kwh was generated in 2008, making it the second largest hydropower station with the largest installed capacity in the world. The dam encountered many technical difficulties in the process of construction and maintenance after completion, but it was finally successfully solved. It not only has the efforts of the people of the two countries but also highlights the wisdom and strength of the people of the world. It is a precious wealth of mankind.
23Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Landscapes between the Mountain and the SeaOn July 1st, 2012, the 36th session of the World Heritage Committee discussed and approved the inclusion of “Rio de Janeiro: Carioca landscape between mountains and seas” in the world heritage list. Rather than saying that “Rio de Janeiro: carioc landscape between mountains and seas” is an architectural site, this heritage is more like a special urban landscape setting.
“Rio de Janeiro: Carioca landscape between mountains and seas” goes all the way down to the sea from the highest point on the mountain of tiruca National Park, with natural elements that shape and stimulate the development of the city. Including the botanical garden established in 1808, mount kolkovado and its famous Christ statues, as well as the hills near Guanabara Bay, including the large-scale landscape designed along Copacabana Bay, have contributed to this magnificent urban outdoor life culture. Rio de Janeiro is also regarded as a source of artistic inspiration for musicians, landscape architects, and urban designers.
24Blue Lake CaveLocated in Mato Grosso Sul, Brazil, the blue Lake Cave is a magical underground lake, which has become a famous tourist attraction in Brazil. The various geological features in the cave are amazing. The dark blue water of the inner lake is even more impressive. There are countless jagged stalactites and stalagmites inside and the attractive blue water.
Blue Lake Cave is not only a karst cave with limestone landform but also a unique underground lake. The stalagmites and stalactites formed in the cave over millions of years are strange and varied, making people linger. In addition to stalagmites and stalactites, there is also a deep blue lake inside. The lake water here is different from the general lake water. The deep blue lake water is like a luminous blue gem, which makes people open their eyes and instantly understand what the real blue is. Although there are many hypotheses about the formation of the Blue Lake Cave, geologists generally believe that the existence of the blue lakes in the cave provides the necessary carbonate for the formation of stalactites.
25Monumental AxisLocated in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, the memorial axis highway is an important channel to the most important government, financial and cultural institutions in Brazil. It leads to the core area of Brasilia from the southeast and northwest, providing many conveniences for the most important government agencies, financial service institutions, and cultural institutions in Brazil.
Memorial axis highway has a total of 12 lanes, driving West and East respectively. Its biggest feature is the median in the middle of the road, which is the road with the widest median in the Guinness Book of world records. Mahmassani once compared the “memorial axis highway” to the national square in Washington, D.C., and praised it: “you have a large green space, which can be used for both private activities and large-scale activities, such as the inauguration of the president.” Driving on this road, tourists can enjoy Brasilia Cathedral, Brasilia TV Tower, Brazilian Congress, Brazilian Supreme Court, latti palace, and other famous scenic spots in Brazil.
26Rua Gonçalo de CarvalhoKoncarlo Carvalho Boulevard is located in Porto Alegre in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It is a boulevard with a length of more than 500 meters. It is known as “the most beautiful street in the world”. It has become the most striking representative of the city and is listed as the “environmental heritage” of Porto Alegre.
The name of the Boulevard of concaro Carvalho comes from the Portuguese missionary gon ç alo de Carvalho. Near the sidewalk of nearly 500 meters, more than 100 red sandalwood trees are lined up, some of which can even reach the height of seven floors, which is amazing. From a distance, more than 100 trees naturally form an arched tunnel, full of spring and green everywhere, giving people a sense of comfort. In spring and autumn, the leaves are luxuriant and vibrant; Summer is very hot, covered by thick shade, cool and refreshing. This green Boulevard has become a natural oxygen bar in Porto Alegre, providing the freshest air for the city. Walking through such a natural green tunnel makes people relaxed and healthy.
Because of the existence and unique beauty of the Boulevard concro Carvalho, in 2006, the then mayor of Porto Alegre signed a decree declaring that this beautiful street has become part of Brazil’s historical, cultural, ecological, and environmental heritage.
27Lençóis MaranhensesLocated in the lakeside Maragos National Park with the same name, the lakeside Maragos desert is located in the coastal area of Marion state, Brazil. It is known as the most beautiful desert in the world. Every year, more than 60000 tourists come to see this magical desert.
Lakis marcheses desert is a charming desert in any season, and it is the most beautiful desert in the world. During the rainy season, white sand dunes and blue lakes form a unique beauty. In the dry season, the lake water evaporates and becomes smaller or completely dried up, and the sand dunes shaped by the wind form a continuous crescent, which is white and pure. During the rainy season every year, rain makes some new lakes in the valley between sand dunes, the largest of which can be up to 90 meters long and 3 meters deep. There are also fish, the most common of which is wolf fish. These clear lakes have become places to swim, and every tourist here cannot help but be attracted by the lake.
The most magical thing about the lacy malaises desert is that people come to live in huts topped by palm trees. Like sand dunes, they also change their daily arrangements with the changes of seasons. Here, they can cast nets to catch fish or turn on motors to explore the depths of the ocean.
28Ariau Amazon TowersLocated in the northwest of Manaus City, Amazonia, ali’ao treehouse hotel can be called a shining pearl in the Amazon tropical rainforest. It has the largest and most primitive treehouse Hotel Group in the world and is honored by National Geographic magazine as one of 1000 must-see places on the earth.
Ali AWU treehouse hotel was built in 1985. It consists of seven towers, which can provide 288 suites and treehouses for tourists. These towers are 10 to 20 meters apart, and the middle is connected by a narrow passage with a length of 5 miles. Among the many tree houses, the highest one is 22 meters from the ground. The interior includes an independent balcony, a swimming pool, and a wavy bathtub. The decoration style of the treehouse Hotel follows the principles of natural environmental protection and original ecology and retains the original flavor of Amazon, the tranquility of nature, and the precious experience of coexisting with animals. The design of a treehouse hotel should be as primitive as possible, without destroying the original ecological environment. It is completely combined with nature, and it is wonderful to live in such a quiet and comfortable environment.
29FortalezaFortaleza, also translated as “Fortaleza”, is located in the state of Ceara in the northeast of Brazil. It is the capital of Ceara and an important economic city in northern Brazil. This is one of the important port cities in Brazil. It is considered to be an important city in northern Brazil next to Recife and El Salvador, and the tourism industry is also very developed.
Fortaleza is the fifth largest city in Brazil. So far, mangroves can be found in some parts of the city. In addition, you can enjoy a variety of fruit trees. The city’s most famous landmark is the castellau stadium, which will be renovated for the 2014 World Cup. Fortaleza has 25 miles of city beaches. Each beach has its own characteristics. Some are famous for bars and clubs, some are famous for high-end hotels, and some are popular for surfing and sunbathing. In addition, you can also visit lighthouses, theatres, Fortaleza churches, sculptures, etc.
As one of the most popular tourist cities in Brazil, Fortaleza has complete tourism facilities, including several large five-star hotels, providing the most considerate services to tourists at the most moderate prices.
30Belo HorizonteBelo Horizonte, also known as the “beauty city”, is located in the southeast of Brazil. It is the fourth largest city in Brazil, the seat of the state government of Minas Gerais, and the political, economic, and cultural center of the state. The city is the first planned city in Brazil and one of the fastest-growing cities in Brazil. It has a beautiful environment and good public security, which makes local people full of happiness.
Belo Horizonte is built on several mountains, surrounded by mountains full of lush trees. The climate is mild and humid, and there are many large parks, which help citizens get close to nature and relax. This city has always been known for its neatness. It maintains a harmonious living environment while carrying out urban development, which is the biggest feature of Belo Horizonte. It has been identified as one of the host cities of the 2014 World Cup, and will once again attract the attention of the world. Belo Horizonte has three institutions of higher learning, including Minas Gerais Federal University, music, dance, and technology schools, as well as cultural facilities such as art palaces and museums.
31CuritibaLocated in Parana State, curimba is the capital and largest city of Parana State and has been selected as “the most livable city for human beings” by the United Nations. The city is the seventh largest city in Brazil, an important city in southern Brazil, and the most important cultural, political, and economic center in Latin America and Brazil.
Curimba is a modern big city, known as the most innovative city in the world, with a large number of tourist attractions for tourists to visit. There are several parks, museums, and other scenic spots around the city so that tourists can not only experience the natural beauty of the city but also enter the museum to savor the history and culture of the ancient city. Famous museums include the Museum of natural history, the Metropolitan Museum of art in Coolidge, the Museum of image and sound, the Museum of contemporary art, the Museum of religious art, the Oscar Niemeyer Museum, etc.
As a European colonial city, Curitiba is also considered to be one of the food centers in South America. The happy Christmas area is famous for Italian food and is the best choice for tasting Italian food and local specialties.
32Cerrado Protected Areas: Chapada dos Veadeiros and Emas National ParksSerrado reserve consists of two parts, namely Chapada DOS viadiros and Emmas National Park. The reserve is rich in animal and plant resources, and it is also one of the main representatives of the tropical high grass grassland ecosystem. Tropical tall grass grassland is the oldest and most diverse tropical ecosystem on earth.
For thousands of years, this area has provided shelter for many biological species in the event of severe seasonal changes, so that they can survive, and this reserve will continue to contribute to the protection of the diversity of the tropical tall grass grassland ecosystem in the event of seasonal changes in the future. Chapada DOS viadiros park is very beautiful. It is composed of 1200-meter-wide waterfalls and clear streams. It is one of the most luminous points seen from the earth’s orbit because the soil contains a certain amount of quartz crystal. Emmas National Park is very characteristic. The high-lying pasture and cloister forest are separated by carved canyons with wide and high waterfalls and black water waste pools.
33Brazilian Atlantic Islands: Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas ReservesFernando de Noronha and Rocas account for more than half of the islands in the South Atlantic Ocean. These highly productive waters have become nutrient supply areas for tuna, Lancet, whale, shark, and turtle species that migrate to the East Atlantic coast of Africa with seasons. The island has relatively poor ridges, and there is a small oasis of life in the open ocean. In the South Atlantic Ocean in the whole tropical region, it plays a key role in the reproduction, transmission, and colonization of marine species.
Goldfield’s harbor is the only place world-famous for the large-scale gathering of dolphins. When the exposed reefs and tidal swamps surrounding the shoals and lagoons form a natural aquarium, Rocas Island shows a beautiful sea view. Fernando de Noronha and Roca’s islands are important places to protect biodiversity and endangered species in the South Atlantic. It provides a considerable number of unique habitats for the South Atlantic Islands and is a repository of marine biological supplies in the flat ocean basin.
It is very important to protect sea turtles, especially hawksbill and other endangered species whose living environment is threatened. The region includes the largest tropical island group in the western Atlantic Ocean and is also the world center of local birds. It also has the unique forests of the Atlantic island and the only remaining growth area of marine mangroves in the South Atlantic region.
34São Francisco Square in the Town of São CristóvãoSan Francisco square in San cristoban is an open quadrilateral space. Around the square, the main early buildings include the San Francisco Church and monastery, church buildings, mercy hall buildings, local government buildings, and a large number of related housing buildings from different historical periods.
The San Francisco Plaza complex is of far-reaching significance. Together with the surrounding 18th and 19th-century houses, it forms an urban landscape that reflects the origin and history of the town. Around San Francisco square are religious buildings, including church buildings and San Francisco Abbey. The San Francisco Plaza complex is a typical example of sectarian architecture in northeastern Brazil.
For more than four centuries, San Francisco square has been a place for public activities and festivals. San Francisco square and its surrounding buildings depict the history, lifestyle, and religious concepts of the local people.
35Octávio Frias de Oliveira BridgeLocated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Olivier bridge in Sao Paulo crosses the pinerousse river. It was officially opened to traffic in 2008, connecting the pinerousse Riverside Avenue and Roberto Marino Avenue. The bridge is 138 meters high and the tower is X-shaped. It is also the first cable bridge in the world and the only bridge in the world with two curved decks.
The uniqueness of the Olivier bridge in Sao Paulo is that two X-shaped bridge decks are supported by an X-shaped suspension tower at the same time, and the bridge deck is bent by 60 degrees, making it the cable bridge with the largest curvature in the world. The Olivier bridge in Sao Paulo is 1600 meters long and 138 meters high. It is prominent and beautiful among many bridges in Brazil. At the end of December every year, colorful lights will be hung on the bridge, and its lighting effect will be used to dress the Olivier bridge in Sao Paulo as a tall Christmas tree, presenting a Christmas scene and atmosphere. On major occasions, the bridge will also be decorated beautifully.
36Corcovado MountainMount kokovado, also known as “Hump” and “Mount Jesus”, is 710 meters high and is located on the edge of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro. The scenery is very beautiful. Kokovado mountain is accessible by road, and cars can drive to the hillside, and then transfer to cars or small trains to the top of the mountain. The scenery on the top of the mountain is beautiful. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can have a panoramic view of the whole of Rio de Janeiro.
The top of the mountain is so beautiful that it is the best choice to watch it quietly with your eyes because the camera can’t record the most beautiful things, so you need to feel it carefully. The mountain is famous for the statue of the Savior Jesus, which was established to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Brazil’s independence. The statue of the Savior Jesus is 8 meters wide and 30 meters high. The width between the two arms is 30 meters and weighs 700 tons. It stands in a cross shape. Under the sun, the reflection of Jesus is printed on the white clouds, which is very spectacular. The geographical location of the statue is very scientific. You can see the statue from many places in Rio City, both day and night. Standing next to the statue, overlooking Rio de Janeiro, you have a panoramic view of the surrounding scenery.
37Christ the Redeemer StatueThe Christ of salvation is a large statue of Jesus Christ in the style of decorative art. Located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, it is the symbol of the city and one of the most famous commemorative sculptures in the world. It was selected as one of the new seven wonders of the world in 2007. Designed by French monument sculptor Paul Landowski, the statue of Christ was completed in 1931, with a total height of 38 meters. It stands on the top of the 710-meter-high Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro National Forest Park, overlooking the whole city.
The statue of Christ the Savior was established to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Brazil’s independence. It weighs 1145 tons and has open arms with a transverse length of 28 meters. The statue of Jesus Christ welcomes tourists from all over the world with open arms. It is a symbol of the warm acceptance and broad-mindedness of the Brazilian people. The base of the statue is also a Catholic church that can accommodate 150 people. At the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the completion of the statue, the cardinal of Rio de Janeiro, osebio Oscar Scheid, celebrated Mass under the statue for the day of the virgin’s Epiphany, which made the statue of Christ a holy place of pilgrimage. From then on, Catholics can be baptized in front of the statue and announce their marriage.
38Sugarloaf Mountain (Brazil)Sugar bread mountain is a peak located in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is an important landmark of Rio de Janeiro and is often used side by side with the statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro. The reason why sugar bread mountain is called sugar bread mountain is that according to its shape, early ancestors were like a piece of bread, and its pronunciation was similar to Pao de acucar in Portuguese. In addition, the shape of the mountain reminded Portuguese people of a native mold used to make sugar into cone-shaped sugar, so it was called sugar bread mountain.
The sugar bread mountain is 396 meters high, and you can have a panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro when you climb the top of the mountain. In 1912, the first cable car line leading to the top of the mountain was opened from Praia Vermelho at the foot of tangbaoshan mountain. There are two stages from the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain. The first stop is Urca mountain at the foot of tangbaoshan mountain. The first cable car was made in Germany and lasted for 60 years. It was not until 1972 that it was replaced by a larger cable car. Now, the cable car passengers take is made in Italy, with a capacity of 75 people and a 360-degree angle of view.
39Paranoá LakeLocated in the east of Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, Lake Paranoa is an artificial lake with an area of 48 square kilometers, with an average water depth of 12 meters and a maximum depth of 38 meters. Costa, a famous Brazilian urban designer, used the local hilly terrain to dam the water of several rivers such as the Paranoa River, forming a lake with a length of more than 80 kilometers a week, so as to regulate the air humidity in the dry season and supplement water for the city.
The unified landscape of Paranoa lake not only beautifies Brasilia, an emerging city but also effectively promotes local economic and social development. Paranoia lake also plays an important role in preventing floods. Paranoia lake has become a good place for Brazilians to relax and play water sports. Artificial beaches are also paved on the banks of some sections, making people feel like coming to the beach. On weekends, many people drive motor boats, water bikes, rowing, swimming, diving, surfing, and fishing on the lake. Taking a boat to the lake and holding a Boating Party have become new tourism projects popular with tourists, attracting the attention of many tourists.
40Rio de Janeiro CathedralRio cathedral was built in 1964 and completed in 1976. It is located in the center of Rio de Janeiro and is built in memory of Saint Sebastian. With its unique shape and magnificent momentum, the church is one of the landmark buildings in Rio de Janeiro and a masterpiece of modern art.
Unlike the ancient and elegant churches in Europe, the Rio cathedral is a modern building with a reinforced concrete structure. The church is conical, 75 meters high, and 106 meters in bottom diameter. The whole frame structure is composed of regular boxes, like a ladder, so it is also called a ladder-shaped cathedral. The church is spacious, tall, and magnificent, and can accommodate 20000 people. In front of the main entrance of the church is a bronze statue of Pope Paul II, and on the left is a bell tower with a cross on the top. The buildings are solemn and solemn, with unique shapes, which are unique among modern buildings.
The surrounding environment of the church is elegant and verdant, giving people a small and unique beauty. When you enter the church, you will be amazed by its tall and magnificent momentum. The top of the church is a huge glass canopy shaped like a cross. Sunlight shines through the cross, making the hall bright and soft. The four ends of the cross are connected with painted glass windows that hang down to the ground. Above the pulpit, a huge woodcut statue of the crucifixion of Jesus hung, showing the scene of Jesus being crucified. On the back is the painted glass window from top to bottom, which is colorful and dazzling in the sun, adding a mysterious color to the whole church. Behind the rostrum is the chapel and the confessional room, surrounded by sculptures of the Virgin Mary embracing childhood Jesus. In front of the rostrum is the chapel, which is large and open.
41Praia de GrumariLocated in the west of Rio de Janeiro, gomia beach is about 2.5 kilometers long. It is the shooting site of the film “blade it on Rio”. Gmia beach is close to the urban area, but it is quiet without the disturbance of the urban area. There are tall mountains and different natural plants.
On weekdays, rigmia beach is beautiful and calm, and on weekends, it is crowded with Rio people who escape from the noisy life. They took their family, old and young, away from the hustle and bustle of the city to relax and relieve pressure here. Many people like to enjoy sunbathing on the gomia beach, looking at the boundless sea water, looking at the whirling shadows of trees, lying on the wide reclining chair, and enjoying the greetings brought by the sun, which is a kind of unprecedented enjoyment.
42Tijuca National ParkLocated in Rio de Janeiro, dijujia National Park is a park with 8000 hectares of tropical rainforest, and it is the largest urban national park in the world. With lush forests, towering mountains, gurgling streams, and waterfalls, the park is a good place to explore seclusion and mystery.
Dijujia national park’s scenic spot is a combination of the natural landscape and artificial landscape. There are many ornamental landscapes in the park, such as the huge statue of Christ, cascading waterfall, may drink chapel, and countless magical caves. At the same time, dijujia National Park is also home to a variety of birds and animals, including iguanas, monkeys, and butterflies of different species. In addition, there are many beautiful man-made landscapes in the park, which are good places for tourism, leisure, and tropical jungle scenery.
43Three Powers Square(Praça dos Três Poderes)Located in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, Sanquan square is an open-air square. Its name comes from the three powers of the Brazilian National Government: executive power, legislative power, and judicial power. The building sites symbolizing these three powers are located around the square. They are the presidential palace representing executive power, the Congress representing legislative power, and the Federal Supreme Court representing judicial power. Sinequan square is called the nerve center of Brazil.
There are no historic sites in Sanquan square, but the surrounding architectural design is bold, beautiful, and light. Different buildings represent different meanings. A bronze statue of the pioneers of the capital standing side by side with spears in front of the presidential palace symbolizes the unity of the Brazilian people in defending the motherland. The statue sitting upright in front of the Supreme Court symbolizes that the court will enforce the law impartially and protect the rights and interests of the people.
During the day, many tourists will come here to visit. There are many peace pigeons on the square. Tourists can feed them. Many of them will fall on the shoulders of tourists as if to welcome tourists from afar. Every night, when special lights are reflected on these white buildings, it gives people an illusion that the buildings are circling, and this scene really surprises many people.
44Guanabara BayGuanabara Bay is located on the west coast of Rio de Janeiro. It is 31 kilometers long, 28 kilometers wide, and 1.61 kilometers wide at the entrance. It is the second largest Bay in Brazil. Guanabara Bay was first discovered by the Portuguese on January 1, 1502. In 1555, the French established a fortress on villegagnon island and called this bay “Guanabara Bay”. In 1565, the Portuguese came here again to expel the French.
Guanabara Bay is dotted with several islands, including villegagnon Island, govenado island, and cobras island. The entrance of Guanabara Bay is the sugar bread mountain. You can have a panoramic view of Rio when you climb the top of the mountain. Surrounded by lush tropical rainforests, long beaches, grotesque rocks, and towering mountains, Guanabara Bay is one of the best tourist destinations in the world. Busy cruise ships and cargo ships will dock here every day, which is also one of the busier bays in Brazil. Guanabara Bay glittered with gold under the setting sun, and the setting sun hung on sugar bread for a long time. People playing on the beach were reluctant to part with the Bay, staring and remembering it for a long time.
45Beto Carrero WorldBetocario theme park is the largest amusement park in Brazil, the largest theme park in Latin America, and the largest theme park in the southern hemisphere. The betocario theme park was established in 1991, covering an area of 14 square kilometers. By 2009, the theme park has more than 150 entertainment projects suitable for people of different ages.
The betocario theme park consists of three parts. The first part is the zoo, which has thousands of animals and a special animal research center; The second part is the park, which is divided into different forms of entertainment according to age; The third part is performance. There are 7 different performances, which can be selected according to your hobbies.
There are a series of entertainment projects with themes such as animal world, Pirate Island, water world, racetrack, radical adventure, wilderness adventure, German village, etc. in the betocario theme park, the more famous sceneries include national castles, merry go round, ice cream palace, food street, wooden park activity square, Ferris wheel, and cable car, etc. Here, your body and mind can be relaxed and entertained to the greatest extent.
46Hopi HariHopi Hari theme park is a medium-sized amusement park in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is located 72 kilometers north of the capital of Sao Paulo. It was established by the international theme park service company and officially opened to the public in 1999. Hopi Hari theme park covers an area of 760000 square meters, and its size is comparable to the well-known Six Flags amusement park in New Jersey.
Hopi Hari theme park is like a country, which is divided into five theme areas. The largest and most attractive part is the native part of Central America, including many tall imitation ancient Egyptian pyramids and Mayan temple buildings. There is a famous wooden roller coaster called “Montezuma” in the theme park, which attracts many tourists. There are many small shops providing food in the theme park, and you can also buy delicious ice cream and various drinks. Even the restaurants in the theme park are divided into different themes. Tourists can choose theme restaurants suitable for their own tastes according to their preferences.
47Ongina BeachThe shore of onggina beach is full of coconut trees. Many hotels in the city are located in this area, and the sightseeing structure is perfect. Onggina beach is divided into three sections. The first section is “children’s Beach”, a natural swimming pool surrounded by coral reefs. The sea is calm and the sand is fine and white.
The northern section is “Mermaid Beach” because there is no reef there, which mainly attracts surfers. The third section is “Christ Beach”, which is about 100 meters long. There are many reefs on the bank. To get there, you have to take a trail through Morro do Cristo.
48Historic Town of Ouro PretoLocated near the itacolomi mountains in the Minas Gerais state in Southeast Brazil, the ancient town of urupreto was built along the Rio do funil gorge. Eurupretu was built at the end of the 17th century and developed with the famous “gold rush” in history.
Europe to was the focus of the 18th-century gold tide and the golden age of Brazil. With the depletion of gold resources in the 19th century, europreto’s influence declined, but many magnificent churches, bridges, and fountains are still preserved, as a witness to the past urban prosperity and the extraordinary talent of Baroque sculptor Alejandro. The streets of orupretu ancient town are narrow and deep, with winding streets. The pavement is paved with pebbles. Most of the houses are white bungalows or two-story buildings. Many buildings, paintings, and sculptures maintain the style of the colonial period. Europe to now has 13 cathedrals, 5 museums, and 9 chapels with exquisite design and luxurious decoration. Among them, the luxurious Baroque architecture and much excellent Baroque art make it a treasure house of Baroque architecture and art in Brazil.
49Historic Centre of the Town of OlindaOlympia historical center is a famous historical city in Brazil. It was established by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The buildings, gardens, 20 baroque churches, convents, and a large number of “Passos” (chapels) in the city are harmonious and complement each other, giving Olympia a unique charm.
The secular buildings in the ancient city of Olympia are rich in neoclassical or romantic styles. There are many religious buildings in the ancient city, including Graca church, Juan Batista church, dokalmo church, Nevis church, Santo Bento church, etc. These churches were built in the 16th to 18th centuries A.D., with gorgeous interior decoration and exquisite paintings, which showed the artistic style of classicism. The ancient city is close to the sea, and the terrain is high, which is very beneficial to defense, and it is also very convenient to contact with the outside world.
The main buildings in the ancient city are interconnected; The streets are zigzagging and naturally undulating with the change of terrain; Thus, many small squares are formed at the junction of the streets and the open space in front of the church. The ancient buildings are hidden in the dense palm trees, making the city more graceful.
50Historic Centre of Salvador de BahiaEl Salvador was founded in 1549 AD and developed by the slope surrounding the church, which was built by the priests of Jesus in 1549. Since its establishment, the city has been the national political center of Brazil and has been the Bishop’s palace since 1551.
El Salvador is a famous city. Its structure is suitable for colonial residents. The city above has some public buildings, residences, and gardens, and can overlook the activities of the cities below; Housing activities in the following cities are linked to ports and businesses; Moreover, religious buildings, many of which are decorated with carvings from the 17th and 18th centuries, and many stripes made of colored mud, reflect the characteristics of the colonial period.
El Salvador is a major gathering point of European, African, American, and Indian cultures from the 16th century to the 18th century. Its establishment and historical role are naturally linked to the theme of the discovery of the universe. It also witnessed the integration of European, African, and American cultures. The city has been planned to retain many famous typical buildings of the Renaissance. The characteristics of the old city are bright, high-quality plaster decorated with colorful houses.
51Serra da Capivara National ParkNatural and human factors have led to the deterioration of the murals in the prehistoric stone age, and some have reached the brink of destruction. These murals exist in 360 archaeological sites in the kapala Mountain National Park. More and more insects have built their nests on these walls. A layer of lime produced by climatic factors has covered these murals. The staff protecting these archaeological sites are the fewest in the park. And there are hunters who light bonfires here, especially at night. To save these murals, three projects must be started at the same time, including a computerized catalogue of murals, the preservation, and maintenance of these murals, as well as the education of local society, so that they can realize the importance of protecting this cultural heritage. Humans have lived in this area for 55000 years. These narrative murals are of great preservation value because they describe the scenes of people’s daily life at that time and the scenes of Ancient Ceremonies. Mount kapivala National Park has now been included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
In 1996, people began to protect the stone age rock murals in kapivala Mountain National Park from several aspects. The National Development Bank of the United States has assisted in the construction of roads inside the park, which will promote the management of these sites. Experts from the International Committee of museums on the preservation of rock murals and from kyohua University in Japan visited the park and suggested strengthening the management and protection of the murals in the park. These suggestions directly led to the recording of these rock murals by using special computer technology and audio-visual equipment. Local residents are also provided with courses in cultural preservation and ecological preservation, in order to enable local residents to participate in the action of protecting the National Park and avoiding damage.
52Historic Centre of the Town of GoiásThe urban layout and architecture of Goyas is a European town model in the unique climate, geography, and cultural environment of central South America; It reflects the urban structure and architectural characteristics of colonial South America and makes full use of local building materials and technology to retain its unique cultural heritage. The town of Goas confirmed the central Brazilian land as a colonial occupation area in the 18th and 19th centuries. Its town planning, adapted to the local natural conditions, is a good example of the organic development of mining towns. Although small in scale, the public buildings, and private residential buildings in the town constitute a harmonious and unified whole due to the rational use of local building materials and building earth law. About 144 kilometers northwest of Gayas, is the famous historic town of Goayasway, originally called Baao town, but now people are usually simply called Gayas. Once a vibrant commercial and political center, it has lost its dazzling brilliance and become a famous tourist shrine. Goyas gradually grew as a gold rush point in 1726, and it remained the state capital until 1937. Here, the cobblestone streets and the numerous ancient buildings from the 18th to 19th centuries create a strong colonial atmosphere. In 1950, Goyas Township was listed as a reserve. Goyas has some particularly prominent churches and houses. Built-in 1755, the ancient colonial-era furniture and beautiful Portuguese gardens are now open to the public. The Bandarash Musseu Church in Ramoskaya capital still has stories of the gold rush.
53JNPYawu National Park (JNP) is located about 200 kilometers northwest of Manaus. At first, it was the confluence of Yawu River and Heishui river. Later, the right bank of Yawu River gradually expanded to the entrance of karabinani river.
Later, the park continued to expand upward along the right bank of the karabinani River and finally met the black river again. The altitude of the park is between 0 and 200 meters. The forest in the park is connected with the forest continuously distributed on the vast Central Amazon plain, surrounded by the low-lying Heihe River, forming a unique landscape here.
54TV TowerIn the center of Brasilia, there stands a TV Tower, the tallest building in the city.
This magnificent tower is 244 meters high and 100 meters lower than the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It is the fourth tallest tower in the world.
Visitors can climb the tower and enjoy the majestic momentum and majestic posture of Brasilia. They can take the Guanxing elevator to the 175-meter observation platform. A gust of wind blows on their faces and they suddenly feel refreshed. Looking from east to west and from north to south, you can have a panoramic view of the beautiful scenery of the whole city. There is a handicraft market around the tower every weekend.
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