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(September, 2004)

G. Donald Bain

The Drum Bridge in the Japanese Tea Garden


Sorria. Voce esta na Barra !

Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

21st september 01:33 PM local time (-3 hours UTC/GMT)

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© 2004 Ayrton da Motta Camargo Junior, All Rights Reserved.

Rio de Janeiro, world know as Cidade Maravilhosa (means Wonderfull City) is divided in three distinct areas. North Zone, South Zone and West Zone. Being the North the poor area, the South the more nice and old area, with medium class all over it and some old rich people also. And the West Zone, is the newest area of town, also is a place that looks a lot to Miami, with lots of Shopping Centers, and very rich people driving fast cars, and the biggest part of that area is know as Barra da Tijuca. There's only two ways of getting there. One comes from the South area and the other comes from the North area of City. One the entrances is trough that bridge coming from the South area. Just before you get on the bridge, there's an outdoor that says: Smile. You're at Barra ! That's the reason I named that pano as: Sorria. Voce esta na Barra!
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