From the Catedral de Brasilia, this photograph looks west toward the National Congress Building. In the foreground is one of the statues, distinctly modernist that line the entry to the Catedral. Both the Catedral de Brasilia and the National Congress Building were designed by Oscar Niemeyer.
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Architecture -- Public Architecture -- Brazil; Architects -- Building Designers;
Smolski, Chet and Niemeyer, Oscar, "Brasilia: Saint Statue at Catedral de Brasilia, National Congress Building" (1974). Browse All. 486.
public architecture; Brasilia, Federal District; Brazil; Oscar Niemeyer;