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MONDAY 27TH JANUARY 2020
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in RIO DE JANEIRO
PRICE: Free
TIME: 45 mins
The Biblioteca Nacional on the Av Rio Branco - the national library of Brazil - looks after nine million books, including treasures of world literature, in its Classical-style building dating from 1910. Discover its beautiful interiors with a tour of the building, in English, at 1pm.
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RIO DE JANEIRO
22.91°S, 43.18°W

Sunrise: 05:29
Sunset: 18:41
Moon Phase: waxing crescent
Weather: sky is clear, 27°C max, 24°C min


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