Rio de Janeiro

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Rio de Janeiro

Situated in south-eastern Brazil and known simply as Rio, this city is famous worldwide for its Carnival and its 36 km of beaches, including Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema. Its statue of Christ the Redeemer stands 38 m tall at the top of the Corcovadoand is visible from every district of Rio. The city hosted the finals of the football World Cup in 1950 and again in 2014. The Olympic Games were held there in 2016. Rio's largest river is the “Paraíba do Sul”, which originates in São Paulo and marks the border between the Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais states. Rio’s inhabitants are known as Cariocas.  

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Rio as seen from the banks of Guanabara Bay.

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Situated in south-eastern Brazil and known simply as Rio, this city is famous worldwide for its Carnival and its 36 km of beaches, including Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema. Its statue of Christ the Redeemer stands 38 m tall at the top of the Corcovadoand is visible from every district of Rio. The city hosted the finals of the football World Cup in 1950 and again in 2014. The Olympic Games were held there in 2016. Rio's largest river is the “Paraíba do Sul”, which originates in São Paulo and marks the border between the Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais states. Rio’s inhabitants are known as Cariocas.  

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Rio as seen from the banks of Guanabara Bay.

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Situated in south-eastern Brazil and known simply as Rio, this city is famous worldwide for its Carnival and its 36 km of beaches, including Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema. Its statue of Christ the Redeemer stands 38 m tall at the top of the Corcovadoand is visible from every district of Rio. The city hosted the finals of the football World Cup in 1950 and again in 2014. The Olympic Games were held there in 2016. Rio's largest river is the “Paraíba do Sul”, which originates in São Paulo and marks the border between the Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais states. Rio’s inhabitants are known as Cariocas.  

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Rio as seen from the banks of Guanabara Bay.

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