This is a place to look at Brazilian history. This building has a strong European architectural style. It was once the seat of the Congress and the Legislative Center. The exhibition tells the story of what happened here. There are English explanations at the door to understand some of the general, if you understand Portuguese, you can get a more detailed understanding of this period of history.
Just in time for May Day to be an exhibition of the Democratic process, which is in Portuguese. Asked the staff, only one staff member can speak Spanish, but it is not very good, so decided to choose English interpretation. Our English companion is estimated to be 20 years old, although with an accent, but people are very cute. The exhibition was meant for tourists to see for themselves. He explained it to me in English all the way.
It's actually the Palace Tiradentes, and it was built between 1922 and 1926 on the same spot that Joaquim Jose da Silva was hanged. DaSilva was Brazil's Thomas Paine, but unlike Paine, DaSilva paid for it with his life. During his trial, Da Silva was sneeringly referred to as the "Tiradentes" which means "tooth-puller."
A very gorgeous building, located in the center of Rio City, with exquisite sculptures, but the public order at the entrance is general!
Photographs, buildings and sculptures are beautiful. There are also many literary and artistic activities held here. There are many tourists.
Beautiful palace, not too big, but it has a very distinctive feeling, color matching is also very good, very distinctive.