4 Reasons to Visit Rio de Janeiro, Beyond the Carnival; Fuser; Ironwulf En Route

Beautiful, passionate, and filled with bustling life, Rio is a city that will leave no heart untouched. While it’s true that the famous Rio de Janeiro Carnival is the number one tourist attraction here, there are many other reasons to visit Rio. From fascinating history, commemorated in architecture and museums to fantastic beaches, this city has something to offer to every guest.

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How Oscar Niemeyer Forever Changed Brazilian Architecture; Eric Allen; Architectural Digest

Oscar Niemeyer was integral to the country moving its capital to Brasília, a city that he designed and eventually became a UNESCO World Heritage Site…

Source: How Oscar Niemeyer Forever Changed Brazilian Architecture | Architectural Digest

South America, seams bursting with quaint colonial towns!; Alfonso Tandozo; A Luxury Travel Blog

South America – bursting at the seams when it comes to quaint colonial towns, promising a window into the past through their timeless cobblestone streets…

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25 Best Places To Visit In 2019; Revati Tamboli; Trip Hobo

We have curated a list of the best places to visit in the year 2019. These places are perfect for every kind of traveler.

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11 Brazilian UNESCO World Heritage Sites That Every Architect Must Visit; Haus; Arch Daily

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Brazil’s 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in need of extra funding, say local governments; Sophie Foggin; Brazil Reports

According to local government sources, some of Brazil’s most aesthetically striking and historical sites are in dire need of funds for repair. For this reason, 21 local governments across the country have teamed up to campaign for additional funding to be allocated for their upkeep.

Source: Brazil’s 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in need of extra funding, say local governments

Brazil’s Unesco World Heritage sites are ‘crumbling’ due to lack of funds; Ciara Long; Telegraph

Historic sites in Brazil such as the infamous slave harbour Valongo wharf are in danger of crumbling unless they receive more funding, the country’s national heritage authorities have warned.

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See Brazil’s wild tropical wetlands from this luxury expedition boat; James Gabriel Martin; Lonely Planet

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Visit to Salvador Bahia Brazil; Noel; Travel Photo Discovery

Visit to Salvador Bahia Brazil – wonderful combination of colonial capital, gorgeous beaches and modern metropolis of Salvador | Travel Photo Discovery

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The Pantanal; Ihtisham Kabir; Daily Star

Imagine a Haor bigger than Bangladesh. It fills with water during the rains and empties in dry season. This is the Pantanal, one of the world’s great wilderness areas. It is a wetland in Brazil’s Mato Grosso state that extends into Bolivia and Paraguay. Covering between 54,000 and 75,000 square miles, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized for its ecological diversity.

Source: The Pantanal