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Resultado de imagem para exposição de centenário da abertura dos portos em 1908

Resultado de imagem para exposição de centenário da abertura dos portos em 1908

Brazilian Expositions. 1908 National Exposition - Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the opening of the ports to the friendly nations

1908 National Exposition - Commemorating the anniversary of the opening of the ports to the friendly nations

Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro’s old port district.

Museum of Tomorrow: a captivating invitation to imagine a sustainable world

Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro’s old port district.

178- São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro - 1762<br /> <br /> 'PLAN de l'entré du PORT de RIO de JANEIRO dans l'etat qu'il se trouvait dans l'année de 1762'.<br /> autor: Jean Barthelemy Hovel.<br /> fonte: Original manuscrito da Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.<br /> Planta que mostra com algumas imperfeições a Baía de Guanabara e a cidade do Rio de Janeiro, em 1762. Segundo Ferrez, teria sido elaborada para orientação de uma grande esquadra francesa, que deveria atacar o Rio de Janeiro naquele…

178- São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro - 1762<br /> <br /> 'PLAN de l'entré du PORT de RIO de JANEIRO dans l'etat qu'il se trouvait dans l'année de 1762'.<br /> autor: Jean Barthelemy Hovel.<br /> fonte: Original manuscrito da Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.<br /> Planta que mostra com algumas imperfeições a Baía de Guanabara e a cidade do Rio de Janeiro, em 1762. Segundo Ferrez, teria sido elaborada para orientação de uma grande esquadra francesa, que deveria atacar o Rio de Janeiro naquele…

* Museum of Tomorrow: a captivating invitation to imagine a sustainable world *  The Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: one of the world’s most extraordinary buildings.  Jutting diagonally into the sky from the old port of Rio de Janeiro is an other-worldly edifice that looks like a cross between a solar-powered dinosaur and a giant air conditioning unit.

* Museum of Tomorrow: a captivating invitation to imagine a sustainable world * The Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: one of the world’s most extraordinary buildings. Jutting diagonally into the sky from the old port of Rio de Janeiro is an other-worldly edifice that looks like a cross between a solar-powered dinosaur and a giant air conditioning unit.

With a building spree tearing apart sections of Rio de Janeiro, archaeological finds are giving new insight into its old role as a slave trade center.

Rio’s Race to Future Intersects Slave Past

With a building spree tearing apart sections of Rio de Janeiro, archaeological finds are giving new insight into its old role as a slave trade center.

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