5 Sights in Plano Piloto, Brazil (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Plano Piloto, Brazil. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Plano Piloto, Brazil.

List of cities in Brazil Sightseeing Tours in Plano Piloto

1. Teatro Nacional Cláudio Santoro

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Teatro Nacional Cláudio Santoro Luis Dantas / Public domain

The Cláudio Santoro National Theater is a multi-theater building in Brasília, Brazil. It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the Modern architectural style. Construction began on July 30, 1960, and the building was completed in 1966. Built in the shape of a truncated pyramid, it is the largest building in Brasilia designed by Niemeyer specifically for the arts. The building was closed for renovation in 1976, and was reopened on April 21, 1981.

Wikipedia: Cláudio Santoro National Theater (EN)

2. A Justiça

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Justice is a sculpture, located in front of the Federal Supreme Court building and on the Square of the Three Powers in Brescia, Federal District. The monument represents a woman, seated and wearing a sword, and is one of the symbols most commonly used to depict the Greek and Roman goddesses of law and justice. It was completed by Alfredo Sisziati and became one of the symbols of justice throughout Brazil.

Wikipedia: A Justiça (escultura) (PT)

3. Congresso Nacional do Brasil

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Congresso Nacional do Brasil Agência Senado / Attribution

The National Congress of Brazil is the legislative body of Brazil's federal government. Unlike the state legislative assemblies and municipal chambers, the Congress is bicameral, composed of the Federal Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. The Congress meets annually in Brasília from 2 February to 22 December, with a mid-term break taking place between 17 July and 1 August.

Wikipedia: National Congress of Brazil (EN)

4. Panteão da Pátria e da Libertade Tancredo Neves

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The Tancredo Neves Pantheon of the Fatherland and Freedom is a cenotaph in the Brazilian capital Brasília, dedicated to the honour of national heroes. It was conceived during the national shock following the death in 1985 of Tancredo Neves, the first elected civilian president after twenty years of military rule.

Wikipedia: Tancredo Neves Pantheon of the Fatherland and Freedom (EN)

5. Mastro da Praça dos Três Poderes

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The special flagpole of the Square of the Three Powers, also known as the National Gazebo, the National Gazebo and/or the National Gazebo flagpole, is a metal obelisk located on the Square of the Three Powers. It was officially opened on November 19, 1972.

Wikipedia: Mastro especial da Praça dos Três Poderes (PT)

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