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The Recreio Beach, approximately 2 km long, extends from the Barra da Tijuca Reserve to the Sernambetiba Pontal, called Pontal Tim Maia in honor of the singer. This beach has the strongest waves and the cleanest waters in the Rio de Janeiro coast. Estrada dos Bandeirantes was one of the first roads to be opened by explorers who had the habit of resting on the beaches when recovering up from shipments. | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Recreio Beach, approximately 2 km long, extends from the Barra da Tijuca Reserve to the Sernambetiba Pontal, called Pontal Tim Maia in honor of the singer. This beach has the strongest waves and the cleanest waters in the Rio de Janeiro coast. Estrada dos Bandeirantes was one of the first roads to be opened by explorers who had the habit of resting on the beaches when recovering up from shipments. | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro

When Waves Collide by Andy Castellano. Waves bouncing off of the seawall at the south end of "Victoria Beach" in Laguna Beach, California, rebound into oncoming waves to create a beautiful and turbulent water playground.

Arpoador rocks and green sea

This rock marks the beginning of the famed Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro. It is also a very good (and popular) surfing spot, probably the first to be surfed in Rio.

Sunset ~ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Adoro este lugar. Estive aqui andando no calçadão muitas e muitas vezes.                                                                                                                                                      More

Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - look at the Statue - watching above the Hotel

The statue of Christ, the Redeemer, on top of Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On the peak of the Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park, overlooking beautiful Rio.

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