Brasilia Imperial Hotel E Eventos

Address: SHS, Qd. 3, Bloco H, Brasilia, Federal District, 70312-000, Brazil | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on SHS, Qd. 3, Bloco H, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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    Newly Created City - Brasilia

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jan 04, 2015

    37 photos

    ... ceiling. Once inside you are inside a dome, you get a great view of the beautiful glass roof some of which is blues and greens. There is a little moat that surrounds the dome outside and you can see some of the water reflected in the coloured glass. Hanging from the ceiling are three large aluminum angels. Outside the church are four bronze statues of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. There is also a campanile which supports four large ...

    Brasilia: shiny, young but just a little soulless.

    A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 04, 2014

    39 photos

    ... consist of the residential areas and all the facilities link with this - shops, banks, schools etc. The fascinating thing is that both sides are symmetrical, so if there is a shopping mall on one side, then there will be another one in exactly the same place on the other side - so if you live here, you may never visit 'the other side'!!! The houses in the wings area are either two ...


    A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Today was our tour of Brasilia day - what an amazing city.  A bit of history - this city was conceived and built from scratch in the late 1950's.  It took only 4 years to construct and then the government (and all it's workers and families) moved in.  There had not been a town that was expanded on here - it was built up from nothing.  It's a fascinating city plan.  All the hotels are in one area, all the government buildings ...

    Brasilia, Family, Art, Culture, Heritage

    A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Apr 13, 2012

    97 photos

    ... and the Cathedral. And I in particular enjoyed the artisanal market and wanted to buy everything. Oh if only I had a house to put all these wonderful pieces of art work I'm finding.
    Jussara and her fiance Romulo will be getting married in September and I would like to wish them all the luck and love in the world. You are beautiful people who made our stay in Brasilia so welcoming and special. Thank you, bless ...

    Back to the future

    A travel blog entry by losgattis on Mar 27, 2011

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... thinking of the 60s was as forward thinking as short sighted:

    First, despite the enormous space occupied, the city developed so fast that soon found it impossible to host the amounts of people that this new capital attracted. So, today 200,000 people live in the enormous and real-estate-frozen Brasilia, but more than 2 million live in the jam packed satellite cities.

    Second, the city was designed so traffic could flow so well ...