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Palace dos Arcos was the first name given to the building due to the arches of the facade. However the tradition of Itamaraty name was stronger and the Palace followed by calling sure Itamaraty Palace. In its interior, it features panels of artists like Athos Bulcão, Rubem Valentim, Sérgio Camargo, Maria Martins and fresco of Alfredo Volpi. The landscaping is internal and external of Roberto Burle Marx. In front of the Itamaraty Palace, on the reflecting pool is the Meteor sculpture, designed by Bruno Giorgi. The foundation stone of the Palace was released on September 12, 1960, however this only was effectively completed and inaugurated in 1970, due to technical difficulties to meet the project's innovations

Copyright: Marcio Cabral
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8500x4250
Taken: 04/03/2012
上传: 05/03/2012
更新: 07/08/2016


Tags: itamaraty; burlemax; niemayer; brasilia; esplanada dos ministerios; brasil
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