Carnaval (Rio de Janeiro). 'Get plenty of sleep before you board the plane, because once you land, it’s nonstop revelry until Ash Wednesday. With nearly 500 street parties happening in every corner of town, you will not lack for options. For the full experience, join a samba school and parade amid pounding drum corps and mechanized smoke-breathing dragons before thousands of roaring fans in the Sambódromo.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/brazil/rio-de-janeiro/travel-tips-and-articles/76301
El faro de La Serena nunca tuvo función de faro. Fue construido bajo el gobierno de Gabriel Gonzalez Videla para darle un final grandioso a la Avda. Francisco de Aguirre, para que no terminara sólo en la playa.
Cristo Redentor (Rio de Janeiro). 'The open-armed savior has stood atop his lofty perch (710m-high Corcovado), gazing peacefully over Rio, since 1931. The statue is a remarkable work of artistry, but most people come for the mesmerizing panorama and combination of tropical rainforest, beaches, islands, ocean, bay and verdant peaks which surround this unlikely metropolis.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/brazil/rio-de-janeiro/sights/monument/cristo-redentor