Alexandre Salem

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St. John Baptist’s Cemetery

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St. John Baptist Cemetery is the biggest urban cemetery of RIo de Janeiro, Brazil. Just 5 minutes away from Copacabana Beach.

Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Selection of photos from Alexandre Salem

Arcos da Lapa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Selection of photos from Alexandre Salem

Candelária Church, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Samba Parade Avenue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Macumba Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Praça Mauá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pedra do Pontal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pedra da Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sugar Loaf Cablecars, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Outeiro da Glória, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Travel destinations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Praia da Macumba

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Where the bike lane ends.... or begins.

Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Foto feita na Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas

Praia da Macumba

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Start of a triathlon race in Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer

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Sunrise at the Christ the Redeemer

Cemetery of Paracatu

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After a mining dam bursts, it took almost 3 hours for the mud to reach Paracatu. Fortunately, it gave time for people to abandon their houses and run. The cemitery of Paracatu stays on a small hill, and it was there ...

World Surf League, Rio Event, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Filipe Toledo on the jet sky, looking at the insane crowd, after winning the World Surf League event in Rio de Janeiro.

Slums in Rio de Janeiro

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Rocinha and Vidigal are considered two of the main favelas (slums) in Rio de Janeiro. They are separated by the Two Brothers Hill. Vidigal is on the left, closer to the sea, and Rocinha is on the right side. Centere...

Parque Nacional de Itatiaia

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Bride's Veil Waterfall - Itatiaia National Park The Itatiaia Park is the oldest national park of Brazil, created on June 14, 1937 by the then President Getulio Vargas. The "Lower Part" of the park has an exubera...

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