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  1. Brasília is the federal capital of Brazil, well known for its modern architecture, Niemeyer's buildings, and urban planning. Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senh… See more
    Brasília is the federal capital of Brazil, well known for its modern architecture, Niemeyer's buildings, and urban planning. Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora Aparecida is a circular cathedral with spectacular natural lightening effect. This cathedral has a dark tunnel that leads to the building's roof with four statues outside the entrance of the Four Evangelists and a 20-meter freestanding bell tower. Praça do Cruzeiro is a monument dedicated to the president, Juscelino Kubitschek, the founder of Brasilia, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and is the best artwork of Oscar Niemeyer. Pontao do Lago Sul is at Paranoa Lake and is the most visited place on weekends. Brasília National Park is with mineral springs, swampy scattered plains, scrubs, and grasslands.
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    Brasília is the federal capital of Brazil and seat of government of the Federal District. The city is located in the Brazilian highlands in the country's Central-West region. It was founded by President Juscelino Kubitschek on 21 April 1960, to serve as the new national capital. Brasília is estimated to be Brazil's third … See more

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    Brazil's first capital was Salvador; in 1763 Rio de Janeiro became Brazil's capital and remained so until … See more

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    According to the 2022 IBGE Census, 2,817,381 people resided in Brasilia and its metropolitan area, of whom 1,370,836 were See more

    Brasília does not have a mayor or councillors, because article 32 of the Constitution of Brazil expressly prohibits the Federal District being divided into municipalities See more

    As a venue for political events, music performances and movie festivals, Brasilia is a cosmopolitan city, with around 124 embassies, … See more

    The city sits at an elevation of 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) and more, high on the Brazilian Highlands in the country's center-western See more

    The major roles of construction and of services (government, communications, banking and finance, food production, entertainment, and … See more

    The city has six international schools: American School of Brasilia, Brasilia International School (BIS), Escola das Nações See more

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  4. WebBrasília, City (pop., 2010: 2,476,249), capital of Brazil. It lies between the headwaters of the Tocantins, Paraná, and São Francisco rivers. Though the idea of having the country’s capital located in the interior was proposed …