Rio de Janeiro

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Rio de Janeiro is a state in in the Southeast of Brazil. It is a small coastal wedged between São Paulo to the west, Espírito Santo to the northeast, and Minas Gerais to the north. Rio de Janeiro is most famous for the sun, sand, and samba of its eponymous capital, but the state hosts a wide range of other environments, with quaint colonial villages, rugged mountain parks, lazy coastal towns, and hip beach resort destinations.

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Points of Interest in Rio de Janeiro

National Fine Arts Museum

Catedral de Sao Sebastiao do Rio de Janeiro

Praca Quinze

Vermelha Beach

Municipal Theater


National Library (Biblioteca Nacional)

Paco Imperial

Convent of St. Anthony

Bank of Brazil Cultural Center

Arcos da Lapa

Passeio Publico

Museum of Modern Art

Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden

Museum of Image and Sound

Copacabana Fort

Selaron Steps

Arpoador Beach

Candelaria Church

Naval Cultural Museum

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About Rio de Janeiro


Rio was founded in 1565 by the Portuguese as a fortification against French privateers who trafficked wood and goods from Brazil. Piracy played a major role in the city's history, and there are still colonial fortresses to be visited (check below). The Portuguese fought the French for nearly 10 years, both sides having rival native tribes as allies. For the next two centuries it was an unimportant outpost of the Portuguese Empire, until gold, diamonds, and ore were found in Minas Gerais in 1720. Then, as the nearest port, Rio became the port for these minerals and replaced Salvador as the main city in the colony in 1763. When Napoleon invaded Portugal, the Royal Family moved to Brazil and made Rio capital of the Kingdom (so it was the only city outside Europe to be capital of a European country). When Brazil became independent in 1822, it adopted Monarchy as its form of government (with Emperors Pedro I and Pedro II). Many historians and Brazilians from other places say cariocas are nostalgic of the Royal and Imperial times, which is reflected in many place names and shop names. In 2009, the city won their bid to host the games of the XXXI Olympics in the summer of 2016. This was the fifth bid by the city, whose 1936, 1940, 2004, and 2012 bids lost.

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