Manhattan Plaza

Setor Hoteleiro Norte, Quadra 2 Bloco A, Brasilia, Federal District, 70702900, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Setor Hoteleiro Norte, Quadra 2 Bloco A, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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    Travel Blogs from Brasilia

    Go Portugal!..wait, Go Ghana!

    A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... basic walk as us. We arrive at the stadium, and it is another impressive architectural feat. The stadium is brand new, created for the World Cup, and looks it. Everything looks clean and modern, as you would expect. We buy some Brahma, of course, and venture to our seats which are not quite as good as the ones in Rio, but only because they are bit higher up.

    The stadium is packed with people cheering for ...

    A fascinating day getting to know Brasilia

    A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Jan 16, 2014

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    ... of the population lived on the coastline. Nothing was done until President Kubitschek
    decided to go for it in the 50’s, and he decided that this was the place to do
    it – crazy really as there was literally nothing here at all, it wasn’t even a
    settlement before then. The famous architect Oscar Niemeyer planned the city,
    and it was all built and completed in 1,000 days, taking over officially from
    Rio as the capital in 1960.

    Some of the buildings ...

    Sloths and slothliness

    A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Feb 17, 2012

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    ... were too. Each island is like a stereotypical desert island in the Caribbean Sea, with nothing but sand, palm trees and clear blue sea. They are owned by the Kuna people, an indigenous group in Panama, and I was living in a Kuna community whose traditional way of life is continuing, supported by income from tourism.
    Being completely honest, a great deal of my time was spent lying in a hammock but there ...

    The modern Capitol

    A travel blog entry by nando64 on Jun 08, 2010

    25 photos

    ... through history . It was interesting to note that Niemeyer was a long time member of the communist party and this affiliation prevented him from accepting a professorship at Yale, as well as, the dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design . Both times he was denied a visa . It was also Niemeyer's design that was accepted for the United Nations building in New York,, and he had buildings he designed ...

    City of the future or future of our cities?

    A travel blog entry by chiheb on Mar 04, 2010

    67 photos

    ... about Brasilia. The city was built within 3,5 years, 50 years ago. A crazy project driven by the president Juscelino Kubitschek and the main architect was Oscar Niemeyer. If you see from the sky the city has the shape of an aircraft and the disctrict are wing north, cockpit,... The streets have no name and your address is the number of the block in the district where you live. That's not very lovely. Also, if you drive ...