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Cristo Redentor Statue, “The Tallest of Its Kind in The World”

Posted on 03. Nov, 2015 by .

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Cristo Redentor Statue – With arms spread wide as if to embrace the whole city of Rio de Janeiro sprawling below in spectacular disorder — the Cristo Redentor statue could be seen from all over town. For a pedestal, the statue has the 2310-foot mountain called Corcovado. The Christ figure on top rises another 100 […]

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Cristo redentor: Christ The Redeemer Statue Rio De Janeiro

Posted on 13. Aug, 2015 by .

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Cristo Redentor – A world famous icon of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is Christ the Redeemer, or in Portuguese, Cristo Redentor. It is a mammoth religious statue in Rio de Janeiro that is positioned on top of the Corcovado mountain overlooking a breathtaking view of Rio City including Botofogo, Flamengo, Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon, the Botanical […]

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Cristo Redentor in Rio, Brazil

Posted on 22. Jul, 2015 by .

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Cristo Redentor in Rio – If you´ve been in Rio de Janeiro for a while, or in Brazil in general, you probably know that the weather in this tropical country can be quite confusing. In Rio, it actually rains more in the summer season than during winter. A visit to Rio de Janeiro could not […]

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Cristo Redentor statue, Rio De Janeiro – Brazil

Posted on 25. Jun, 2015 by .

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Cristo Redentor statue, Rio De Janeiro – Take an afternoon tour to Corcovado Mountain topped with the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer. You’ll travel through the Tijuca Rain Forest by cog train to Corcovado Mountain for breathtaking views of one of the world’s most beautiful cities. This afternoon tour takes you to Rio’s most […]

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Christ The Redemer Statue on Corcovado

Posted on 25. May, 2015 by .

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Christ The Redemer The Train The train to Corcovado Hill in Rio de Janeiro was officially inaugurated in 1884 by the emperor Dom Pedro II. Until 1910 it was propulsed by steam when it turned electric. It was the spectacular view from top of the 710 meter hill that was the reason for the construction, […]

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