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Foto 360 graus entrada pedestres jardim botanico zona sul rio de janeiro rj
Rio de Janeiro

Entrada do Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, situado na Zona Sul, cujo nome original era Real Jardim Botânico.


Foi aberto para visitação em 1822 após a proclamação da independência do Brasil. Seus limites são os muros de uma antiga fábrica de pólvora que funcionava no engenho de Rodrigo de Freitas (por isso o nome da Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas) - conhecido como Engenho da Lagoa.

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