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Walking around Copacabana | Rio de Janeiro #55
 
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Walking around Copacabana | Rio de Janeiro #55 A stroll through the streets of Copacabana and the beach of Botafogo. Know how it is one of the most famous districts of Rio de Janeiro. Images provided by Keezi Walks specifically for the Rio de Janeiro Canal by Car. Please visit our friend's channel Keezi Walks https://www.youtube.com/user/keeezi
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🌄 Rio de Janeiro | from Airport to Ipanema - Leblon -  Barra | #2
 
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Rio de Janeiro | from Airport to Ipanema - Leblon - Barra Rio de Janeiro by car, the most complete tour guide to Rio de Janeiro, in this episode, you be arriving at Rio de Janeiro International Airport Tom Jobim and travel to the beaches where most of the hotels are located, we are going from Tom Jobim International Airport to Ipanema, Leblon and Barra da Tijuca take a virtual trip by car, and see the beautiful natural scenery. In this episode, we are going to travel from the airport to Ipanema, Leblon and Barra da Tijuca Tom Jobim International Airport: http://www.riogaleao.com/en/ Ipanema: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipanema Leblon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leblon Barra da Tijuca: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barra_da_Tijuca
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🌄 Rio de Janeiro | from Airport to Copacabana beach | #1
 
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Rio de Janeiro | from Airport to Copacabana beach Rio de Janeiro by car, the most complete tour guide to Rio de Janeiro, in this episode, you be arriving at Rio de Janeiro International Airport Tom Jobim and travel to the South Zone where most of the hotels are located, take a virtual trip by car, and see the beautiful natural scenery. Important information: General info of Rio de Janeiro - English http://visit.rio/en/welcome/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Taxi Companies at the International Airport of Rio de Janeiro http://www.aeroportogaleao.net/en/taxi-companies-galeao-rio-de-janeiro-airport ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rio de Janeiro Airport Bus Service - English http://www.aeroportogaleao.net/en/galeao-airport-bus-service ___________________________________________________________ Localiza rent a car - ENglish https://www.localiza.com/brasil/en-us ____________________________________________________________ Currency rates - English http://www.xe.com/currencyconverter/convert/?Amount=1&From=USD&To=BRL Royalty Free Music by Lance Campeau - http://www.LanceCampeau.com This set 20 videos features 40 hours of completely royalty free music that can be used for any creative project you wish. Each 2 hour video contains about 45 tunes in one of the 20 available musical styles listed bellow. 1. Urban Mix 2. Techno Mix 3. Cool Mix 4. Hip Hop Mix 5. Rap Mix 6. RnB Mix 7. Downbeat Mix 8. Ragga Mix 9. House Mix 10. Garage Mix 11. Trance Mix 12. Drum-n-Bass Mix 13. Electro DnB 14. Jungle Mix 15. Manga Mix 16. Ballad Mix 17. Bossa Nova Mix 18. New Age Mix 19. Ambient Mix 20. Mad Mix This collection of music is being released under a Creative Commons license, this means you can use it anywhere, for any reason with no credits required.
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Walking in Ipanema Beach | Girls of Ipanema | Walking in Rio #105
 
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Walking in Ipanema Beach | Girls of Ipanema | Walking in Rio #105 Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you the neighborhood of Ipanema and their people on the beach, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
Views: 8330 Rio de Janeiro by Car
Walking around Ipanema | Rio de Janeiro #50
 
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Walking around Ipanema | Rio de Janeiro #50 A stroll through the streets of ipanema and the beach of ipanema. Know how it is one of the most famous districts of rio de janeiro. From original footage of: Keezi Walks https://www.youtube.com/user/keeezi Please visit his channel
Views: 5248 Rio de Janeiro by Car
National Museum of Rio | Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro #40
 
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National Museum of Rio | Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro #40 The Museu Nacional (National Museum) is the oldest scientific institution in Brazil dedicated to the research and production of knowledge in memory and is linked to the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Its history dates back to the founding of the Royal Museum by D. João VI, in 1818, whose main objective was to spread the knowledge and study of the natural sciences in Brazilian lands. Today, it is recognized as a center of research excellence in natural history and anthropology in Latin America. Holds a collection consisting of more than 20 million items spread over collections that serve as a basis for the research developed by the departments of Anthropology, Botany, Entomology, Geology and Paleontology, Vertebrates and Invertebrates. After a long period of historical erasure, sponsored by the Republic, the memory of the Brazilian monarchy comes back to the scene redefining space, time, objects and memories. The collections, scientific research and teaching Much of the collections of the National Museum were gathered during the Regency and Empire, including those from the Museum of the Emperor, located in one of the rooms of the Palace of Boa Vista. D. Pedro II, like the Empress Leopoldina, his mother, had great interest in the collecting and study of natural sciences. Through permanent and temporary exhibitions, about three thousand objects take to the public the result of the knowledge produced by research departments and the work of conservation and restoration. An Institution devoted to education, the National Museum offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses stricto and lato sensu, to which are linked projects, research groups and university extension. http://www.museunacional.ufrj.br/
Driving through Laranjeiras | Rio de Janeiro #117
 
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Driving through Laranjeiras | Rio de Janeiro #117 Laranjeiras is an upper-middle-class neighborhood located in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Primarily residential, It is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, having been founded in the 17th century, with the construction of country houses in the valley located around the Carioca River, which bordered Corcovado Mountain. Because of this, the neighborhood was previously called Vale do Carioca, or Carioca Valley. While primarily residential, several important governmental, cultural, and sports institutions and schools make this a bustling neighborhood. Well known landmarks in Laranjeiras include the Palácio Guanabara (seat of the state government of Rio de Janeiro), the Palácio Laranjeiras (official residence of the state's governor), and the Parque Guinle (Guinle Park), as well as the headquarters and Laranjeiras Stadium of Fluminense Football Club, and Rio's branch of the Hebraica Social and Sports Club, and several others. Laranjeiras is adjacent to the Cosme Velho, Catete, Flamengo and Botafogo Neighborhoods
Sam's Club in Rio de Janeiro | A taste of America Shopping in Rio #37
 
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Sam's Club is a shopping club where members benefit from numerous advantages and have access to differentiated products as well as items for their day-to-day life. There are more than 5,000 products, among major brands, exclusive and imported items from around the world. The member maintains an annual fee of his card, of which the value is quickly compensated by the economy already in the first purchase. The membership card is valid worldwide for 12 months. The annuity amount is only R $ 75.00 (equivalent to a little over R $ 6.00 per month). To be a member is very simple, if you want products for your home and / or family, your card should be that of Individuals. If you wish for your business, your card must be the Legal Entity. https://www.samsclub.com.br/
Petz the largest pet shop in Rio de Janeiro #45
 
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Petz the largest pet shop in Rio de Janeiro #45 Welcome to rio de janeiro by car channel, in this vídeo you will visit Petz, the largest mega pet shop located in Rio de Janeiro. Petz is a Pet shot network funded by Sergio Zinerman in 2002, at the time a single shop named Pet center marginal in São Paulo Today is a reference for the pet shop segment Lets take a look, and subscribe to our channel Enjoy and thank you https://www.petz.com.br/
Riding the VLT Train and Subway | Rio de Janeiro #53
 
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Riding the VLT Train and Subway | Rio de Janeiro #53 Travel with us in the Light Vehicle on Rails the VLT through the downtown district of Rio and get to know the Subway system at the Carioca station.
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | Brazilian Money - Currency - Cambio - LEARN BEFORE YOU GO | #13
 
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Understand how the Brazilian bank notes work, understand the efficient way of identifying false notes and do not be wrong. Know all the notes and how to identify just by looking at a true note. Brazilian Real: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_real Exchange: http://www.xe.com/currencyconverter/ Airport exchange: http://www.aeroportogaleao.net/en/currency-exchange-rio-de-janeiro-airport
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⚠️Incêndio no Museu Nacional e tour completo antes da Tragédia ! Rio de Janeiro by Car #153
 
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Incêndio no Museu Nacional e tour completo antes da Tragédia ! Rio de Janeiro by Car #153 Ola amigos do canal È com grande pesar que vemos mais uma vez a historia do Rio de Janeiro ser manchada, não basta-se todos os problemas e vexames ainda temos que ver 200 anos de história se apagado em apenas algumas horas. Claro que agora jornais e televisões encherão os noticiários com especialistas falando como tudo deveria ser, e claro como toda a tragédia iremos descobrir que faltava tudo, documentação, sistemas de segurança, agua e tudo o mais, mas não faltou uma coisa, burocracia para que esses sistemas estivessem operacionais. Como fica a consciência de quem tinha na caneta o poder de prevenir tudo isso, regularizando todas as contingencias, agindo com responsabilidade e não da forma amadora na qual a cidade e o estado é conduzido, ora se temos tantos especialista, porque estamos nesta condição horrorosa. A historia do passado se foi, mas a historia com esta cidade pode escrever no futuro ainda estar por ser escrita. Pense, e reflita, pense mais um pouco e reflita. Não pense por você ou o que você irá conseguir na sua geração, pois isso não iremos ver, mas pense nas gerações de seu filhos e os filhos deles. Veja neste vídeo como é fácil através da negligencia e incompetência transformar algo lindo em cinzas. De quem é a culpa? Na minha humilde opinião de quem tinha o poder de dizer, “O museu ficara fechado até que esteja seguro e tirem todos os objetos deste lugar até que este prédio esteja em condições de receber esses tesouros da humanidade e os visitantes.” E quantos Museus nacionais estão por aí no país? Já repararam que após toda a tragédia se descobre que o local não poderia funcionar por falta disso ou daquilo. Pense amigos e reflitam sobre o que você quer para o Brasil.
Floresta da tijuca by Bike ! Biking in Rio #98
 
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Floresta da Tijuca by Bike! Biking in Rio #98 Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you The Tijuca Forest by bicycle, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
Walking around Downtown Rio | Rio de Janeiro #51
 
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Walking around Downtown Rio | Rio de Janeiro #51 A stroll through the streets of Downtown Rio and the Amazing Churches located throughout there. Know how it is one of the most famous districts of Rio de Janeiro and one of the most important financial districts in the Country.
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Morro do Alemão” “German Hill” Cable car trip above the Favela | #17
 
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A Gondola lift built by the Leitner-Poma group now spans the Complexo do Alemão allowing residents a faster commute. It is popularly called "Bondinho do Alemão", in reference to the more famous Sugarloaf Mountain's cableway and Santa Teresa Tramway, both also called bondinho. It has become a popular destination for foreign tourists on the weekend. On July 8, 2011, SuperVia began operating the cable car, the first mass transit aerial lift passenger system in Brazil. The system consists of 152 gondolas, each of which can carry 10 passengers, eight seated and two standing, and is 3.5 km in length. The cable car is integrated into the urban rail transport system and has six stations - "Bonsucesso", "Adeus", "Baiana", "Alemão", "Itararé/Alvorada" and "Palmeiras". The line connects to the Saracuruna Line at Bonsucesso Station. From the first station (Bonsucesso) to last (Palmeiras) takes 16 minutes. According to the law signed by Governor Sérgio Cabral, each resident is entitled to two free tickets per day (one-way and one back). A ticket originally cost R$1 but now costs R$5 for the outward trip. The trip back is free. The Cable Car does not run on Sundays or Public Holidays. It runs from Monday to Saturday
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Ilha da Gigoia” or “Gigoia’s Island” Day trip to this secret island | #21
 
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This little island in the middle of a lake in Barra is unknown to most tourists and locals alike, hidden behind Barra’s large apartment blocks and shopping malls. Small and compact, this secluded island with its subdued atmosphere has no roads nor cars and can only be reached by boat or stand up paddle. With palms and lush vegetation, visitors can visit one of the few restaurants or bars there, the most popular being Laguna, a seafood restaurant, and Bar do Galego, a simple bar favored by locals.
Walmart in Rio | A taste of American Shopping in Rio de Janeiro #39
 
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Walmart in Rio | Little taste of American Shopping in Rio de Janeiro #39 Walmart stores are present in the Federal District and the states of Espírito Santo, Goiás, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. The average store size is more than 80,000 sq. ft., where customers can shop for up to 65,000 products. In addition to food and cleaning products, the Walmart format offers electronics, textiles, books, toys, stationery, pet supplies and accessories, gardening items and more. In addition, customers have access to pharmacies, photo centers, restaurants, coffee shops and gas stations. https://www.walmart.com.br/ https://corporate.walmart.com/our-story/our-business/international/walmart-brazil
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🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Pedra Bonita” or "Beautiful Rock" hang gliding ramp | #19
 
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Hang Glider and Tandem Fly in Rio In Rio de Janeiro, there are hang glider professional pilots that offer tandem fly. The adventure begins when you arrange for a fly, and once you are 510 meter high, you and the pilot jumps from Pedra Bonita peak and fly over the mountains and São Conrado beach. Hang Gliding over Rio de Janeiro City Hang Glider pilot and a passenger taking off to fly over São Conrado Beach and Rio mountains If you like adventure and you do not weigh too much you can fly with professional pilots and hang glide off the 510 meters high Pedra Bonita onto Pepino Beach. Pedra Bonita is a giant granite slab that towers above Rio. The guest riders go in a kind of pouch attached to the kite along with the pilot. According to a famous guide book - "The cheapest way to arrange a flight is to go right to the far end of Pepino beach on Av. Prefeito Mendes de Moraes, where the flyers hang out at the Voo Livre club.ramp.
Museum of Modern Art tour MAM | Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro #32
 
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The Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM) exhibits a selection of Brazilian and international modern art from the 20th and the 21st centuries, surrounded by stunning Modernist gardens designed by Roberto Burle Marx. After a tragic fire in 1978 that destroyed 90 percent of the museum’s works, it managed to rebuild its collection, and continues on with its program of dynamic exhibitions.
Tour Fiocruz | Fundação Osvaldo Cruz | Rio de Janeiro #34
 
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Tour Fiocruz | Fundação Oswaldo Cruz | Rio de Janeiro #34 Oswaldo Cruz Foundation was created on May 25, 1900. It was first called Serum Therapeutic Institute. Initially the objective was produce serums and vaccines against the plague. After the designation of Oswaldo Cruz as director in 1902, the institution expanded its activities and became involved in research and experimental medicine The foundation became the base for Oswaldo Cruz’s famous sanitation campaigns in Rio de Janeiro. That time the city suffered with epidemics of bubonic plague, yellow fever and smallpox. After bypass the critical situation in Rio, the foundation made scientific agreement that played a decisive role in the occupation of the interior of the country. In response to requests from the government, the institute laid the foundations to the establishment of the National Department of Public Health in 1920. After the revolution of 1930, the Institute was transferred to the newly created Ministry of Education and Public Health. Although it received more federal resources, the institute lost autonomy and became more vulnerable to external political interference. The 1960s and 1970s were marked by political turmoil during the years of the military dictatorial regime (1964 - 1985). In 1970 the institution suffered a violent blow with the so-called “Massacre of Manguinhos”, when renowned researchers from the Institute lost their political rights and were forced into retirement. Fiocruz underwent profound changes in the 1980’s. In 1985, the sanitarian Sergio Arouca, took over the Foundation’s presidency. He recreated programs and structures. During Arouca’s administration, the milestone of the modern history of Fiocruz took place: the first Internal Congress that was the first democratic experience for many workers. In the following years, Fiocruz advanced not only in terms of its management, but also in the scientific area. In October 1987, a group of scientists of the institution succeeded in isolating HIV for the first time in Latin America. The centennial Foundation took its first steps into the 21st century in a solid way and had its Statute published. The period was also marked by important scientific progresses: institution’s researchers have decoded the genome of BCG, a bacterium used in Brazil in the vaccination against tuberculosis. The work initiated by Oswaldo Cruz in Rio continued to expand, by opening new units at Mato Grosso do Sul and Mozambique, in Africa. More than one century after the creation of the Serum Therapeutic Institute, the region is no longer surrounded by the mangroves. The serenity of seagulls and canoes gave way to the heavy traffic of the Avenida Brasil street that cuts through the landfill where used to stay the mangrove. However, Fiocruz remains high up on the hill, solid and imposing, doing justice to its history. Website: https://portal.fiocruz.br/en
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Corcovado Rack Raiway” “Trem do Corcovado” up to Christ the Redeemer | #14
 
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Rio de Janeiro | “Corcovado Rack Raiway” “Trem do Corcovado” up to Christ the Redeemer The Corcovado Train is a rack railway in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, from Cosme Velho to the summit of the Corcovado Mountain at an altitude of 710 m (2,329 ft). The summit is known for its statue of Christ the Redeemer and its views over the city and beaches of Rio. The line is 3.8 km (2.4 mi) long. It is a 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) gauge rack railway using the Riggenbach rack system. The line was opened by Emperor Dom Pedro II on 9 October 1884. Initially, steam hauled, the line was the first railway to be electrified in Brazil in 1910 and was re-equipped in 1980 with trains built by SLM of Winterthur in Switzerland. It is one of the few remaining railways using three-phase electric power with two overhead wires, at 800 V 60 Hz. There are four trains, each of two cars. Three of them are used simultaneously. The trip takes approximately 20 minutes and departs every 20 minutes, giving a capacity of 540 passengers per hour. Due to this limited capacity, the wait at the entry station can be several hours. The line operates from 08:30 to 18:30 (8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.). The line has been ridden by many famous people, including Pope Pius XII, Pope John Paul II, Alberto Santos-Dumont, Albert Einstein and Diana, Princess of Wales
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Morro da Providencia” “Providence Hill” Cable car trip above the Favela | #18
 
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The cable car service was opened on 2 July 2014 by Mayor of Rio de Janeiro Eduardo Paes. At opening the operating hours were 9:00am–11:00am with plans to phase in increased operating hours of 6:00am–9:00pm on weekdays; 7:00am–7:00pm on Saturdays; and 9:00am–6:00pm on Sundays and holidays
🌄 Museu do amanha, tour completo, Museum of Tomorrow Rio de Janeiro | #26
 
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The Museum of Tomorrow is a science museum in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was designed by Spanish neo-futuristic architect Santiago Calatrava, and built next to the waterfront at Pier Maua. Its construction was supported by the Roberto Marinho Foundation and cost approximately 230 million reais. The building was opened on December 17, 2015. The main exhibition takes visitors through five main areas: Cosmos, Earth, Anthropocene, Tomorrow and Now via a number of experiments and experiences. The museum mixes science with an innovative design to focus on sustainable cities. Funded by the Rio city government with support from sponsors, the building attempts to set new standards of sustainability in the municipality. Compared with conventional buildings, designers say it uses 40% less energy (including the 9% of its power it derives from the sun), and the cooling system taps deep water from nearby Guanabara Bay. Its solar spines and fan-like skylight have been designed so that the building can adapt to changing environmental conditions. The museum has partnerships with Brazil’s leading universities, global science institutions and collects real-time data on climate and population from space agencies and the United Nations. It has also hired consultants from a range of related fields, including astronauts, social scientists and climate experts. It sits waterside in a port area that was left abandoned for decades and is now being renovated with new office blocks, apartments, and restaurants. The museum is part of the city's port area renewal.
Beachfront bike ride in Rio de Janeiro | Biking in Rio #107
 
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Beachfront bike ride in Rio de Janeiro | Biking in Rio #107 Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you Rio de Janeiro beachfront by bicycle, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | Drone flight - amazing view of Rio de Janeiro | #8
 
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Rio de Janeiro Drone flight amazing view of Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro by car, the most complete tour guide to Rio de Janeiro, in this episode, you be watching an aerial view of the city of Rio de Janeiro, and see the beautiful natural scenery. Just relax and enjoy this first drone aerial video tour with fantastic views of the natural beauty of Rio de Janeiro.
🔰 Rio de Janeiro | Rio photos Present vs Past
 
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Rio de Janeiro is the city it is today because of its historical past. Portuguese rulers were the first ones to rule Rio as they landed on the soil of Guanabara Bay on the 1st January 1502. The bay forms the opening of a river, hence the name ‘Rio de Janeiro’ which means ‘River of January’. The French also wanted to make the best of the strategic position of Rio in the Brazilian region and tried to make a foothold in the city but were debarred from the city after two years of intense war. To protect from further invasions, the city was moved to a safer position on a hill, which was later named as Castle Hill. Rio developed economically as it continued to cultivate its traditional crop; sugarcane. Subsequently, gold and diamonds were found in the Mines Gerais area. After this discovery, many other European countries tried to capture Rio and gain a foothold and in 1763, the capital of the region was shifted from Salvador to Rio. However, this economic prominence did not last long. As Rio entered the 19th century, sugar cane production faced stiff competition from other South American countries and the gold and diamond reserves also dwindled, leading Rio on the path of an economic crisis. To prevent this situation it started exporting coffee and the Portuguese royal family resettled in Rio. During their thirteen year rule, Rio expanded economically and the city started spreading out to its edges, as new buildings started cropping up with modernized infrastructure. When the Portuguese left, Brazil finally achieved its independence. As Rio achieved independence from the Portuguese rulers, the city expanded politically, culturally, economically and architecturally. Public transportation in the form of horse-drawn trolleys allowed transport to places like Botafogo, Sao Cristovao, Tijuca which were somewhat far from the city. Rio became the political, economical and cultural center of Brazil. Many important artisans, leaders, writers and important people played a significant role in the cultural development of the city. Along with being the busiest port in Brazil, the rail & road infrastructure lead to a development of the trade industry. When Brazil achieved independence in 1889, Rio was named the capital. With years passing by, Rio has changed, in terms of infrastructure and finance. Central Zone was demolished to expand the city. The land was being reclaimed to build the Central Business District. Hills were being wiped out and were used to fill the marsh areas. The city was divided into three zones. North zone became an industrial area along with being the residence of the working sector while the South Zone was limited for the wealthy people. After World War II, Rio shifted from an agricultural economy to an industrial economy. Bridges were built between important cities, skyscrapers were constructed and freeways were developed. The population of the city increased in gigantic proportions and this turned out to be a curse. Even if labor was in need for the industries to develop, laborers were in excess and the number of poor and unskilled people increased. This situation exists even today and puts intense pressure on Rio’s resources. In fact, Rio is one of the most populated cities in the world.
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | The most spetacular New Year's Eve in the world | #11
 
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Rio de Janeiro | The most spectacular New Year's Eve in the world | #11 Rio de Janeiro by car, the most complete tour guide to Rio de Janeiro, in this episode, you be watching the most amazing reveillon ever, over 2 million people on copacabana beach, the city of Rio de Janeiro, and see the beautiful natural scenery. Just relax and enjoy this video tour, with fantastic views of the natural beauty of Rio de Janeiro. To visit Rio de Janeiro any time of the year is great but there are a few special times during the year for which the locals (Cariocas) really let their hair down and party. One of these events is New Year’s Eve where Rio and Copacabana Beach are famous for the amazing celebration and fireworks display (The other is surely the Brazilian Carnaval). In Brazil and South America, New Year’s Eve comes during the heart of the summer. This is also during the extended summer holidays when kids are off school. Traditionally, New Year’s is a time of renewal. A time to put the problems of the past behind and look forward to the future and the new year. In Brazil, many people do this symbolically by wearing all white and even newly purchased/never worn clothing. Other local traditions include cleansing oneself in the ocean waters as well as throwing flowers and small mementos into the surf with the belief that if they do not come back, your wish or prayer will be granted Copacabana Palace: https://www.belmond.com/copacabana-palace-rio-de-janeiro/
Driving through Avenida Brasil  | Driving in Rio #108
 
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Driving through Avenida Brasil | Driving in Rio #108 Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you the neighborhood of Avenida Brasil by car, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
Carrara Home Decor Shopping Tour | Recreio RJ #41
 
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Tudo de decoração, têxtil e utilidades para uma casa sofisticada e com estilo, porque cada detalhe faz a diferença. Carrara, a sua casa com a sua cara. https://www.facebook.com/CarraraHomeDecor/
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Pedra da Gavea” – “Gavea’s Rock” base jump for Radical Sports | #22
 
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Pedra da Gávea is a monolithic mountain in Tijuca Forest, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Composed of granite and gneiss, its elevation is 844 meters (2,769 ft), making it one of the highest mountains in the world that end directly in the ocean. Trails on the mountain were opened up by the local farming population in the early 1800s; today, the site is under the administration of the Tijuca National Park. The mountain's name translates as Rock of the Topsail, and was given to it during the expedition of Captain Gaspar de Lemos, begun in 1501, and in which the Rio de Janeiro bay (today Guanabara Bay, but after which the city was named) also received its name. The mountain, one of the first in Brazil to be named in Portuguese, was named by the expedition's sailors, who compared its silhouette to that of the shape of a topsail of a carrack upon sighting it on January 1, 1502. That name, in turn, came to be given to the Gávea area of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Differential weathering on one side of the rock has created what is described as a stylized human face. Markings on another face of the rock have been described as an inscription. Geologists and scientists are nearly in agreement that the "inscription" is the result of erosion and that the "face" is a product of pareidolia. Furthermore, the consensus of archaeologists and scholars in Brazil is that the mountain should not be viewed as an archaeological site.
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | “Santa Teresa” Bondinho “Tramway” full trip | #16
 
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The Santa Teresa Tram is a historic tram line in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It connects the city center with the primarily residential, inner-city neighborhood of Santa Teresa, in the hills immediately southwest of downtown. It is mainly maintained as a tourist attraction and is nowadays considered a heritage tramway system, having been designated a national historic monument in 1988.[2] The line has a very unusual gauge: 1,100 mm (3 ft 7 5⁄16 in). The main line is 6.0 kilometers (3.7 miles) long.[3] Having run continuously since its opening in 1877 (except for a 2011–15 suspension), it is one of the oldest street railway lines in the world and having been electrically powered since 1896, it is the oldest electric railway in all of Latin America. It is also the only remaining metropolitan tram system in Brazil. The only other original tram systems in the country to have survived past 1971 are the Campos do Jordão interurban tram/light rail line and the Itatinga line (near Bertioga), a rural and non-public tram line, which both continue to operate today. All other cities closed their systems by 1971 (Santos being the last), but since that time, three towns, Belém, Campinas and Santos, have reinstated trams as heritage services, and Rio de Janeiro opened a modern light rail/tram system in 2016.
Leroy Merlin in Rio de Janeiro | A taste of Europe in Rio  #40
 
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Leroy Merlin in Rio de Janeiro | A taste of Europe in Rio #40 Leroy Merlin is a French headquartered home improvement and gardening retailer serving several countries in Europe, Russia, Asia, South America and Africa. Generally established on the outskirts of major towns and cities, Leroy Merlin stores are large centres (9000 m2 on average) providing self-service and sales assisted services. Its business is centred on six main sectors: DIY, building, gardening, sanitary equipment, renewable energy, and interior decoration http://www.leroymerlin.com.br/lojas
BRT Bus from Airport to North Zone | Rio de Janeiro #140
 
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BRT Bus from Airport to North Zone | Rio de Janeiro #140 Galeão International Airport To & From BRT Transportation to Galeão Airport BRT (Bus Rapid Transport) is a faster option for Galeao Airport, as the buses move through exclusive lanes in Rio de Janeiro. There are two BRT lines options to reach the airport: the TransCarioca line with stops, passing through 47 stations and 5 terminals along the way, and TransCarioca Express, which departs from Terminal Alvorada, with stops on the Fundão Terminal, Vicente de Carvalho Station (integration with the subway) and Madureira. In Galeao Airport there are two stations serving passengers: Galeão – Tom Jobim 1: located in the Terminal 1 arrivals – H door Galeão – Tom Jobim 2: located in the Terminal 2 arrivals – D door
✅ Casa Shopping the Largest Mega Home Deco in South America | Rio de Janeiro #103
 
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✅ Casa Shopping the Largest Mega Home Deco in South America | Rio de Janeiro #103 CasaShopping, a shopping mall located in the heart of Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro / RJ, gathers more than 170 stores to reform or transform any environment. It offers enormous diversity of products for architectural, construction and interior design projects. There are 70,000 m2 of GLA (open leasable area), in the open, where the main brands of the segment have established their Flag Ship Stores. CasaShopping is a reference for innovation and good taste and reflects international trends in design and quality. It offers great variety of decoration shops, furniture, objects, coatings, electronics and a multitude of household items. There are 16 blocks that house, in addition to the decoration shops, commercial rooms for offices and offices, convenience stores, a new area of ​​corporate spaces. Visiting CasaShopping is also a fun program. You will find a variety of leisure options, such as delicious restaurants, snack bars, and Kid's Park for children's recreation. The Espaço Casa, multipurpose auditorium with 160 seats, available for training, courses, lectures and seminars. CasaShopping has become a meeting point for architects, designers and decorators, who find here the best solutions for their projects.
Palacio do Catete the Museum of the Republic | Rio de Janeiro #30
 
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The Catete Palace (Portuguese: Palácio do Catete is an urban mansion in Rio de Janeiro's Catete neighborhood. The property stretches from Rua do Catete (Catete Street) to Praia do Flamengo (Flamengo Beach). Construction began in 1858 and ended in 1867. From 1894 to 1960, it was Brazil's presidential palace and the site of Getúlio Vargas' suicide. It now houses the Museu da República (Republic Museum) and a theatre. The Catete underground rail station is adjacent. The Baron and the Baroness of Nova Friburgo with a model of the Catete Palace in the background, 19th century. The building was built as the residence of family of the Portuguese-born Brazilian coffee producer António Clemente Pinto, Baron of Nova Friburgo, in the then capital of the Empire of Brazil. It was called the Palace of Largo Valdetaro and Palace of Nova Friburgo. With the design of the German architect Carl Friedrich Gustav Waehneldt, dated 1858, the work began with the demolition of the old house. The construction officially ended in 1866, but the finishing works still continued for over a decade. After the death of the Baron and the Baroness, their son Antônio Clemente Pinto Filho, the Count of São Clemente, sold the property in 1889, shortly before the Proclamation of the Republic of Brazil, to an investors group, who founded the Companhia Grande Hotel Internacional (Grande Hotel Internacional Company). This development, however, did not succeed in turning the palace into a luxury hotel. Due to the economic crisis in the late 1880s and early 1890s (The Encilhamento), the venture went bankrupt, and its titles acquired by counselor Francisco de Paula Mayrink. Five years later, Mayrink paid off debts to the Bank of Brazil. The seat of the executive branch of Brazil was the Itamaraty Palace in Rio de Janeiro. In 1897, President Prudente de Morais became ill and Vice President Manuel Vitorino took office as interim. He acquired the Catete Palace and over there installed the seat of government. Officially, the palace was the seat of the Federal Government from 1897 until 1960, when the capital and the Federal District were transferred to Brasília. Various historical events happened in the palace halls, such as the death of President Afonso Pena in 1909; the signing of the declaration of war against the German Empire and its allies in 1917, during World War I; the visit and hosting of Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, the future Pope Pius XII, in 1934; the declaration of war against the Axis in World War II in 1942; the suicide of President Getúlio Vargas in 1954, with a shot in the heart, in his bedroom on the third floor of the palace; among others. Site: http://museudarepublica.museus.gov.br/ Vitual visit (portuguese): http://www.eravirtual.org/mrepublica_01_br/
Driving in Rio de Janeiro | Complete Trip inside Barra da Tijuca ! Rio de Janeiro #61
 
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In this episode, we will make the trip inside Barra da Tijuca in the west zone to the transolimpica way. We will use the new trans-Olympic highway, built especially for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The route is uncut for you to experience the route as if you are driving. You can follow the path looking at the map and the telemetry indicators in the video. Enjoy the trip
Sunset at Arpoador Beach in Rio de Janeiro | Rio de Janeiro by Car #156
 
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Sunset at Arpoador Beach in Rio de Janeiro | Rio de Janeiro by Car #156 The magical Arpoador sunset is quite the spectacle in Rio de Janeiro. It is usually a rare occurrence for the sun to display itself setting over the eastward facing Brazilian coast. However, when midsummer rolls around something beautiful happen, causing hundreds of people to flock to the rocky Arpoador Peninsula with picnic blankets and cameras to capture the breathtaking event. Gracefully situated between the famous beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema in the Southern zone of Rio de Janeiro, Arpoador Peninsula offers some of the most incredible views in the city. As you climb your way up the tiny steps to the peninsula, you will notice two amazing yet contrasting scenes either side of you. To the left, you can watch the sparkling blue surf slowly roll in and crash over Copacabana beach and to the right you can witness panoramic views across Ipanema Beach and the mountains in the distance. As the sun begins to set out in the ocean, right next to Two Brothers Hill on the Ipanema side, the crowd claps and cheers to celebrate the rare spectacle. How to get to the Arpoador Peninsula: Situated between the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, Arpoador Peninsula is quite difficult to miss. Head towards either one of them and you’ll soon come to a rock formation that stretches out into the ocean. To get around the peninsula you can climb over the rocks or use the small steps located all over. Best time to see the Arpoador sunset: In the middle of summer, the average sunset in Rio de Janeiro occurs at approximately 7:30pm. To skip the crowd on arrival and find a good spot to watch the sunset without too many heads in the way we recommend getting there between 6:30pm and 7pm. This gives you time to set up and relax and also ensures you don’t miss a thing. What to bring: Camera Chairs/blanket Snacks Swimwear – if you want to take a dip after Your loved ones – tip: It makes a lovely spot for a date
Copacabana on Sunday | Biking in Rio #95
 
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Let's go cycling in Copacabana on Sunday, come with us to cross the Copacabana beach and watch people walking, pedaling or running on the boardwalk
Marina da Gloria - Rio Boat Show | Rio de Janeiro #29
 
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Marina da Glória is a marina located in the neighborhood of Glória in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This venue hosted the sailing events for the 2016 Summer Olympics within the Flamengo Park cluster, from 7 to 19 August 2016. and the 2016 Summer Paralympics. It also hosted the draw procedure for the Qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Marina da Glória combines several appealing attributes in one location. Set in an iconic location, with the Sugar Loaf and Corcovado mountains in sight, it offers its users comfort, tranquility and the convenience of being close to the city center and next to Santos Dumont Airport. With a total of 300 seats distributed on four piers and floating docks, the Gloria Marina can accommodate boats up to 260 feet, with a draft of 5 meters. Marina da Glória can store 100 boats up to 38 feet on dry. Operations in and out of the water are done by tractor and ramp, with boats on their trailers. Av. Infante Dom Henrique s/n Glória Rio de Janeiro - RJ 20021-140 Brasil Tel: +55 (21) 2555-2200 LAT 22° 55' 04.00" S LON 043° 10' 04.50" W http://www.brmarinas.com.br/en/marina/marina-da-gloria-2/
Warning for theft in Rio de Janeiro | Cautions | Assaltos no Rio de Janeiro #35
 
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The most common forms of crime affecting tourists are pick pockets and street muggings. However, kidnapping (other than express-kidnapping) is not an issue like it is reported to be in some other Latin American countries. In the past, the security risk was higher than it is today and police protection has improved significantly in Zona Sul (Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon, Lagoa, Jardim Botanico) and Barra da Tijuca in the last two years. Today, although the likelihood of experiencing crime in Rio has diminished, it still exists. It has to be said that much of the crime that occurs is opportunity crime. Meaning that criminals focus more on those they think are easy or high-value targets. For example, the elderly or someone walking alone at night or someone wearing lots of jewelry. While Rio does have a certain security risk involved, visitors can greatly minimize their risk by following a few common sense rules. These tips may sound alarmist but they could equally apply to any big city in the world. Security Tips for Visitors: Try to travel in a group preferably with local friends. At night, avoid walking on the streets alone. Be careful about public transportation at night. Take a taxi and not a bus at night. Late at night, consider taking a radio or call taxi especially when travelling to less secure or unfamiliar locations. Many people prefer calling a taxi company than picking one randomly in the street. The line 1 of the underground (especially, City Centre- Copacabana) is perceived as being safer that buses, but at night the entrances to the subway stations are a focal point for the homeless. Be aware of your surroundings and others when walking on the street. Especially at night. If you see a group of young kids that look suspicious walking towards you, cross the street. Avoid dark/enclosed areas. Do not walk around wearing flashy jewelry or expensive looking items. A basic watch or wedding band is okay (prospective criminals won't be able to distinguish between a fake Rolex or costume jewelry and the real thing). Do not carry a lot of cash around. Carry around only enough for your expected purchases and a credit card (none if you don't expect to use it). Leave the passport and other credit cards in the safe at the hotel. Make a copy of the Biographic page of your passport and carry this with you. It makes it easy to get into night clubs & restaurants or to provide ID if stopped by the police. Do not keep all of your money in one pocket. Distribute it in different pockets. Take extra care when taking out money from an automatic teller machine. Beware of suspicious characters lurking near by. It is best to use the machines located inside banks, buildings and shopping centers. Keep digital cameras in your pocket or in non-descript paper or plastic bags. Don't leave belongings unattended. Stay away from the slum areas (favelas). There are some respected favela tours for tourists, but remember that these operators must pay a percentage of their profits to the criminal gangs controlling the favela to ensure the safety of the tour party. The city centre should be visited during workhours (but be aware of pickpocketing there) and it is generally considered an empty and dangerous place at night - although some parts of it have been renovated, particularly the Lapa district where many world-class samba clubs are located. Always take a taxi if visiting Lapa and make a reservation at the club you intend to visit in advance. Rio's beaches are gorgeous and seemingly tranquil, and as such may lull you into a sense of safety; but it has been reported, however, that thieves are on the look out for people who appear to be alone and have watches, jewelry, cameras, or anything else that can be quickly stolen. If you're alone, you may want to take beach pictures from the restaurant or the top of the hotel if you use a good camera. Although the food offered by beach vendors (such as shrimp, oysters and natural sandwiches), might look wonderful, it's best to be circumspect about what you order. Most foods sold by vendors on the beach are prepared the night before in somewhat unsanitary conditions and then spend most of the day in the hot sun in the hands of those selling it. If you want to drink beer or soda on the beach, it's best to use a cup or a straw instead of drinking directly from the can. If you will be drinking from the can, clean it with some (mineral) water and then dry the can before drinking. An excellent way to avoid many of the safety and sanitary issues while at the beach is to rent deck chairs and an umbrella from one of the many kiosks located on the major beaches. Most hotels also have a kiosk and some even pay for a military police presence in the vicinity of their location. Drinks and snacks ordered from the boys working at the kiosk are usually of high quality and you can pay for your entire days consumption as you leave at the end of the day
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Driving through Copacabana | Copacabana | Driving in Rio #99
 
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Driving through Copacabana | Copacabana | Driving in Rio #99 Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you Copacabana by car, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
jockey club brasileiro in Rio de Janeiro #137
 
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jockey club brasileiro in Rio de Janeiro #137 The architecture of the headquarters and the Jockey Clu Brasileiro follow an eclectic style and a little farfetched, which gives an elegant air of "Belle Époque". This architectural style called eclecticism is somewhat typical of the architecture of the great buildings of the first decades of the twentieth century in Rio de Janeiro and the Hippodrome of Gavea is one of the masterpieces of this period. An Affordable Place for All People Although horse races pass the idea of ​​refinement, in fact the Jockey is frequented in its dependencies by people of all the social extracts, and the access to the match is gratuitous. Meanwhile, the Jockey Club also has social facilities for members in other places and also in the Hipódromo da Gávea. Days of the races Races take place on Saturdays and Sundays from late afternoon until evening, when the lane lighting is switched on at sunset. On Mondays and Fridays the races take place at night with illuminated track. How to get there or get there, and better days to visit The Hipódromo da Gávea do Jockey Club is located on the border of the neighborhood called Jardim Botânico with Gávea. The entrance is in a square known as Jockey Square or Santos Dumont Square. Certainly the best day and time to visit the Jockey is on Sundays. The Jockey Club and Jardim Botanico are located very close, being possible to visit the Botanical Garden in the morning and Jockey Club more in the afternoon. In fact, in Rio de Janeiro, horse races are quite popular and Jockey has bookmakers in several neighborhoods. The races of the parades are transmitted by radio and closed circuit TV, for those who watch the betting agencies outside the headquarters of the Jockey Club.
Urca by Bike | Biking in Rio #101
 
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Urca by Bike | Biking in Rio #101 Biking in Rio Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you the neighborhood of Urca by bicycle, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all
Carnaval in Rio | Desfile Completo Mocidade Independente 2018 ! Rio de Janeiro #65
 
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Carnaval in Rio | Desfile Completo Mocidade Independente 2018 ! Rio de Janeiro #65 Samba Enredo Kamadhenu derrama leite em nosso terreiro Ganesha tem licença do cruzeiro Desemboca o Ganges cá no Rio de Janeiro Os filhos de Gandhi hoje são brasileiros Brahma foi quem guiou velas de Portugal E trouxe a Índia ao Gantois da mãe querida Padre Miguel chamou Shiva pro carnaval E namastê pra todo povo da avenida Hora de se benzer, hora de ir ao mar Colher o sal da liberdade Há tempo ainda! Desobedecer pra pacificar Como um dia fez a Índia Theresa de Calcutá Oh, santa senhora! oh, madre de luz! Venha para iluminar Esse povo de Vera Cruz Clama o meu país E a flor de lótus, símbolo da paz E a vitória-régia da mesma raiz Pela tolerância entre os desiguais Deite e “holi” Nesse triunfo do bem e da fé Nehru, Dom Hélder, Chico Xavier Rezem pra Índia e pro Brasil, ôô! Bendita seja a Santíssima Trindade Em Nova Déhli ou no céu tupiniquim Ronca na pele do tambor da eternidade O amor da Mocidade, sem início, meio e fim Parade order Sunday, 11: Império Serrano São Clemente Unidos de Vila Isabel Paraíso do Tuiuti Acadêmicos do Grande Rio Mangueira Mocidade Independente de Padre Miguel Monday, 12: Unidos da Tijuca Portela União da Ilha Salgueiro Imperatriz Leopoldinense Beija-Flor de Nilópolis. Footage provided by TV Globo
Rio de Janeiro | "Favela da Rocinha" Inside the largest slum in Rio  | #23
 
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Rocinha is the largest favela in Brazil and is located in Rio de Janeiro's South Zone between the districts of São Conrado and Gávea. Rocinha is built on a steep hillside overlooking Rio de Janeiro and is located about one kilometer from a nearby beach. Most of the favela is on a very steep hill, with many trees surrounding it. Although Rocinha is officially classified as a neighborhood, many still refer to it as a favela. It developed from a shanty town into an urbanized slum. Today, almost all the houses in Rocinha are made from concrete and brick. Some buildings are three and four stories tall and almost all houses have basic sanitation, plumbing, and electricity. Compared to simple shanty towns or slums, Rocinha has a better-developed infrastructure and hundreds of businesses such as banks, medicine stores, bus routes, cable television, including locally based channel TV ROC (TV Rocinha), and, at one time, a McDonald's franchise. These factors help classify Rocinha as a favela neighborhood.
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Downtown Rio de Janeiro by Drone | Centro do Rio de Janeiro | Flying in centro do  Rio  #91
 
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Downtown Rio de Janeiro by Drone | Centro do Rio de Janeiro | Flying in centro do Rio #91 Hello everyone, in this videos we will see famous districts of Rio de Janeiro seen from above, a drone shows a vision of the neighborhoods and the division between rich and poor, dividing the same space, between gorgeous mountains, lagoons, and oceans, a unique view of the wonderful city.
Rio de Janeiro Drone by Night | Rio de Janeiro by Car #150
 
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Rio de Janeiro Drone by Night | Rio de Janeiro by Car #150 Rio de Janeiro website: riodejaneirobycar.com Rio de Janeiro by Car shows Rio de Janeiro from a different angle. A night flight showing that Rio de Janeiro is not only beautiful in the sunlight, but its lights at night over the mountains are a spectacle to part. Grab your favorite drink, leave the lights off and watch the video without haste. Without you, without loud music, just enjoy the look of this beautiful city. If you liked the video give us your like, subscribe to the channel and share with your friends. Visit our website riodejaneirobycar.com for complete information about Rio de Janeiro. I leave you now with the beautiful images and until the next video.
Drone footage Barra da Tijuca and Avenue Niemeyer | Rio de Janeiro #116
 
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Drone footage Barra da Tijuca and Avenue Niemeyer | Rio de Janeiro #116 Flying in Rio Hello everyone, In this episode, we will show you the neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca and Avenida Niemeyer from the top, with Drone, come with us on this tour without leaving your home and get to know Rio de Janeiro and its neighborhoods. Relax and travel with us on this adventure. Thank you for subscribing to our channel, if you like the video give us your like to help our positioning on youtube. hugs in all Barra da Tijuca Barra da Tijuca is a neighborhood or Bairro in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, located in the western portion of the city on the Atlantic Ocean. Barra is well known for its beaches, its many lakes and rivers, and its lifestyle. Although representing only 4.7% of the city population and 13% of the total area of Rio de Janeiro, Barra is responsible for 30% of all tax collected in the city. Barra da Tijuca is classified as one of the most developed places in Brazil, with one of the highest HDI (0.959) in the country, as measured in the 2000 Brazil Census. Differently, from the South Zone and Rio's Downtown, Barra da Tijuca, built only 30 years ago, follows the Modernist standards, with large boulevards creating the major transit axis. A mix of modernity, sustainability and nature create the newest side of the city of Rio de Janeiro. The area's master plan was designed by Lúcio Costa, known for his work on Brasília, and creates a region filled with many gardens, shopping malls, apartment buildings and large mansions. In recent years, because of the development of the Brazilian economy, Barra has received more than 100,000 new residents and many companies' headquarters looking for a more modern address. Those born in Barra da Tijuca, or those who live there, are called Barristas, Barrientes or, pejoratively, Barraíbas. The neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca is a cultural, economic, and administrative hub of the city, and is believed to be the safest of Rio's upper-class neighborhoods because of its lack of favelas and plentiful private and public security. Barra da Tijuca neighborhood is well known for being the home of celebrities and soccer stars.
Driving around Ipanema e Leblon Beach | Rio de Janeiro #133
 
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Driving around Ipanema e Leblon Beach | Rio de Janeiro #133 Ipanema scarcely needs any introduction, having been made famous world wide by the classic bossa nova tune Girl From Ipanema. The tune was penned in honour of a local beauty who would pass by the songwriters' local bar each day, and the area continues to be populated with supernaturally good-looking people. If you are looking for a beautiful beach liberally sprinkled with equally beautiful people, welcome to your Brazilian paradise. See & Do Ipanema is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Rio, and its appeal lies in its stunning beach. Flanked by the towering Dois Irmaos (Two Brothers) mountains, the beach is informally split into sections according to social groups. If you're looking for beautiful people, top-notch restaurants, lively bars and a stunning beach, look no further than Leblon. Separated from its more famous neighbor, Ipanema, by a narrow canal, Leblon is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Rio, and accommodation here comes at a price. See & Do While Leblon's beach is less celebrated than near neighbor Ipanema (it's really a continuation of the same beach, divided by a small canal), it has plenty to recommend it. Sitting at the foot of the towering Dois Irmaos (Two Brothers) mountains, it is popular with the well-groomed, immaculately (if scantily) attired residents of this exclusive neighborhood, and is a favorite destination for families, being less busy, with calmer waves, than Ipanema.
🌄 Rio de Janeiro | Stunning  beaches of Grumari - Recreio - Barra da Tijuca |  #3
 
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Rio de Janeiro | Stunning beaches of Grumari - Recreio - Barra da Tijuca Rio de Janeiro by car, the most complete tour guide to Rio de Janeiro, in this episode, you be seeing, the beaches on the west site of Rio de Janeiro, from Grumari beach on far west to Barra da Tijuca and see the beautiful natural scenery. In this episode, we'll travel along West Zone Beaches in Rio de Janeiro, amazing views and great white sands Grumari: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grumari Recreio dos Bandeirantes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recreio_dos_Bandeirantes Barra da Tijuca: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barra_da_Tijuca