Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)

features including Sugar Loaf mountain at 395 meters (1,296 feet), Corcovado Peak at 704 meters (2,310 feet), and the hills of Tijuca at 1,021 meters (3,350 feet). These features work together to collectively make the harbor one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World [1] . Districts Centro including Lapa and Santa Teresa. The city's financial and business center also has many historic buildings from its early days, such as the Municipal Theatre, National Library, National Museum of Fine Arts, Tiradentes Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral and Pedro Ernesto Palace. Zona Sul (South Zone) including Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema, as well as the districts along Flamengo

Made with FlippingBook flipbook maker