Does anyone have suggestions for a very good architectural tour of Brasilia? I'm a journalist and will be there next week on a story (am interviewing some people about the homeless movement.) Will have some extra time and hoping to see the classics, but would also like to know if there are any good new examples of architecture (surely a city with such a heritage should have some new examples of exciting architecture.) Also: Is there an architecture critic on the local newspaper? Many thanks.
you can see "Esplanada dos Ministérios", Cathedral, JK Museum, "Ministério Público" Building, National Theatre, JK Bridge...I think that those places have different styles to give you an idea about Brasilia architecture...if you need more info,plz feel free to ask:-))
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