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The Flamengo Park

The Flamengo Park

Flamengo Park, known as Aterro, opened on October 17, 1965. The park project was done by architect Affonso Eduardo Reidy, its recreational program was developed by Bauzer Ethel Medeiros, while the lighting was done by American designer Richard Kelly.

Covering an area of ​​about 120 hectares, located between Santos Dumont Airport and Botafogo Beach, Flamengo Park is the largest urban park in the world, its located by the sea and part of the world heritage under the protection of UNESCO since 2012. It is the largest open-air city area and offers various options for sports, recreation, culture and entertainment.

Pak is designed as a huge garden where people will be able to actively engage in various activities and where you can admire the diverse flora, fauna and beautiful bay of Guanabara. There are also football fields, children's parks, beaches, playgrounds, etc. Nearby is the Museum of Modern Art, the monument to the victims of World War II, the Marionette Theater, the Arena Theater, the Estacio de Sa monument, restaurants and food kiosks.

The park is the right place to enjoy yourselves. We advise you to visit it

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