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• Segundas-feiras, terças-feiras e sextas-feiras (mediante agendamento prévio): das 10h às 12h | das 14h às 18h; • Quartas-feiras e quintas-feiras (apenas grupos agendados para sessões plenárias): das 13h30 às 18h • Fins de semana e feriados...more
By the Praça dos Tres Poderes, the square of the Three Powers, are the buildings, all designed by Oscar Niemeyer, where they are housed: The Legislative (Congresso Nacional), the Executive (Palacio de Planalto) and the Judiciary (Supremo Tribunal Federal).
the court building is the smallest...More
The Federal Supreme Court of Brazil is at one end of Praça dos Tres Poderes (Square of the Three Powers). It was built in 1958 by the architect Oscar Niemeyer. The statue of the sitting lady was made by Alfredo Ceschiatti, a Brazilian sculptor of...More
This is Brasil's highest court and you can get into the chamber. There are halls with pictures of every Brasilian Supreme Court justices. You can even get pictures of yourself making believe you are briefing the court. I took my brother, an American attorney, and...More
This is at the end of the walk that takes you past some of the very impressive buildings here. This building doesn't have quite the stature of the rest but is still nice and has a good statue in front as well. Not worth visiting...More