Travel Photography Photos tagged as gardens and cities
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Even in Wintertime flowers abound in Rio, where the mild temperatures of this period are almost similar to those we find during the european Springtime. I've taken this pic at FIOCRUZ Campus.
Capital of the Province of Buenos Aires, La Plata (just 50 minutes from Buenos Aires City, by car) is a still young city: its construction started in 1882, based in a modern and innovative urban planning project, whose main characteristics had influenced the construction of Belo Horizonte (Brazil), 15 years later. In this pic, a sight of "Plaza Moreno" (Moreno Square), with the City Hall on the back. La Plata worths a visit, for sure!
Inaugurated in 1954, Ibirapuera is São Paulo's most important urban park, a paulistanos' (São Paulo's citizens)favourite. It encompasses gardens, museums, exhibition halls and monuments. This pic shows the Monument to the Constitutional Soldier.
The Republic Museum gardens, in the district of Catete, stand as a popular strolling place among Rio's locals and visitors, specially on saturdays and sundays.
Here is part of the Republic Museum gardens, in the district of Catete. The "Museu da República" is a historical museum, housed in a former presidential palace (Palácio do Catete). The museum and its gardens are very popular, specially on saturdays and sundays.
Monument to Youth, by Bruno Giorgi - Gustavo Capanema Building (former headquarters of the Ministry of Education and Culture) gardens, in Downtown Rio.
This is one of the many Buddhist deities found in the sorroundings of Sensoji, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple (the goddess of mercy), Tokyo's oldest, situated in Asakusa, a very popular district among locals and visitors.
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