The silhouettes of Oscar Niemeyer’s public architecture create the horizon of this Brasilia sunset photographed by Chet Smolski in 1974. Niemeyer’s distinctly shaped buildings are a symbol of Brasilia. Note the top of the Catedral de Brasilia pointing above the ministry buildings at frame left.
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Architects -- Building designers -- Brazil; Cities and Towns -- Brazil -- Federal District -- Brasilia;
Smolski, Chet and Niemeyer, Oscar, "Brasilia: Sunrise Toward Esplanade, 6:00 AM" (1974). Browse All. 489.
public architecture; Brasilia, Federal District; Brazil; Oscar Niemeyer;