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Catete Palace (Palácio do Catete) Tours

Catete Palace (Palácio do Catete)
Rio’s imposing Catete Palace (Palácio do Catete) was Brazil’s presidential palace from 1894 until 1960, when the capital was moved from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia. The urban mansion now houses the Museum of the Republic, focusing on art and period furnishings from the Republican period, as well as presidential memorabilia from past leaders.
Address: Rua do Catete 153, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The Political History of Brazil – Walking Tour

The Political History of Brazil – Walking Tour

Focus on the history of Brazil's political systems on this walking tour of Rio de Janeiro. This alternative tour delves deep into the political history of the huge country, including topic such as dictatorships, militarism, Getulio Vargas, Aterro do Flamengo, and others that typical tours don't talk about. This is the perfect option for history buffs or those who want to know the real story of Brazil's complicated history.
  • 3 hours
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