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Palacio Legislativo

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O Palácio Legislativo começou a ser construido em 1908 e foi inaugurado no dia 25 de agosto de 1925, em comemoração do centenário da Declaração da Independência. A sua construção esteve a cargo do arquiteto italiano Gaetano Moretti. 

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