Praça da Bandeira - Square flag
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Praça da Bandeira - Square flag

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Memorial democracy and square flag set on the esplanade of ministries, where they have a torch accesses 24h day. The site is a dot of Brazil's capital, Brasilia. Memorial da democracia e praça da bandeira situado na esplanada dos ministerios, aonde tem uma tocha acessa 24hs do dia. O local É um ponto turistico da capital do Brasil, Brasilia.

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