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Cathedral of Brasília - the Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Aparecida

Cathedral of Brasília – the Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Aparecida

+55 61 3224-4073

Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora Aparecida - DF, Brazilija

The Cathedral is open everyday for public visitation, except during Mass.

Cathedral of Brasília – With nearly 1.000.000 visitors per year, the Cathedral is the most visited place in Brasilia. On 12th September 1958, the Cathedral of Brasília cornerstone was laid. The Metropolitan Cathedral of Brasilia is an expression of the geniality of the architect Oscar Niemeyer. In 1960, the Cathedral’s structure was finished, and only the 70 m diameter of the circular area and the 16 concrete columns were visible.Continue Reading

Cathedral Rio de Janeiro - The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian

Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro – The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian

+55 (21) 2240-2669

Catedral Metropolitana de São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazilija

Every day: From 7:00 to 17:00.

Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro The Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro has the following measures: 75 meters of external height and 64 meters of internal height, 106 meters of external diameter and 96 of internal diameter, each stained glass window: 64.50 x 17.80 x 9.60 meters; An area of ​​8,000 m2, with a capacity to house 20,000 people standing or 5,000 people seated.Continue Reading

Our Lady of Aparecida Nossa Senhora Aparecida

Basilica of the national shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida – Nossa Senhora Aparecida

+55 (2 3104 1040

Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, Aparecida - SP, Brazilija

Every day: from 6.00 am to 9.00 pm

Nossa Senhora Aparecida – Basilica of Our Lady of Aparecida – one of the largest churches in the world and receives about 12 million visitors per year.  The greatest Center for Catholic Evangelization of Brazil is a mirror of popular international and national devotion to the Queen and Patroness of Brazil, Our Lady Conception of Aparecida – Nossa Senhora Aparecida.Continue Reading