sábado, 5 de março de 2011

Paris Square in the city of Rio de Janeiro

The square was restored and reopened in 1992, when he was surrounded by railings, aiming at its preservation.

The square was built on a landfill. In principle, would avenues Rio Branco and Beira Mar street to the Glory. It was later shortened to make way for plaza Marshal Deodoro da Fonseca. The square was designed as a gem of the belle epoque.

At the time of construction of the subway, the square was completely destroyed but was rebuilt after 1992. It is a popular location for walkers and sportspersons. Promotes race training due to dirt floors. It has custody of municipal policing during the day, but it is not very safe at night.

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