On the edge of the central square, there is a historical building that is easy to find. This building is also a century old. It is one of Rio de Janeiro’s opera houses. There are regular important performances here. There are also many museums and art galleries to visit. Yes, the foreigners who come here are also very rich.
[Scenery] There are a lot of businesses around
If you report for a historical tour of Rio, you can see this building in the old town. The library and other historical buildings are relatively distributed around the square. You can get there as soon as the subway comes out.
As an important cultural center in Rio, some activities are still held here to express Brazil’s understanding and respect for traditional art
Rio’s Municipal Theater is a famous building in downtown Rio, and it is also one of the best opera houses in South America. Its appearance is very similar to the Paris Opera, but the area is a bit smaller. However, both the exterior and interior decoration are very luxurious and can be described as magnificent. Large-scale opera and musical performances are often held here. If time permits, I suggest you go and enjoy it.
If you like music and theatrical performances, this is your spot. But even if you never make it inside, the outside is a pretty sight to behold. Pillars, arches, gold, tiles, and sculpted details pop out at you in Rio's center. Even the mosaic stone pavement at the entrance is interesting.
Rio Municipal Opera House has a history of more than 100 years. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful buildings in Rio de Janeiro's urban business district. The exterior wall of the theater is engraved with the names of important figures in Brazilian and international culture. The theater is located near the National Library and the National Art Gallery. The theater overlooks the spacious Cinelandia Square.