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Tijuca Forest
Rio de Janeiro
Mirante do Excelsor é um mirante localizado no Parque Nacional da Tijuca, no Rio de Janeiro. Localizado no fim da Estrada do Excelsior, próximo à Cachoeira das Almas, foi construído no século XIX pelo barão Gastão d'Escragnolle durante o processo de reflorestamento da região . O nome é uma referência ao poema Excelsior (1841), do escritor americano Henry Wadsworth Longfellow . Do local é possível avistar parte da Zona Norte do Rio de Janeiro e a Baía da Guanabara. Referências
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Uploaded: 20/01/2014
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