Tiradentes Palace

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Tiradentes Palace
Palácio Tiradentes  (Portuguese)
General information
StatusChamber of Deputies of Brazil seat (1926–1960)
Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro seat (1960–)
Architectural styleNeoclassicism and Eclecticism
LocationRio de Janeiro
AddressRua Primeiro de Março
Coordinates22°54′13.932317″S 43°10′25.957203″W / 22.90387008806°S 43.17387700083°W / -22.90387008806; -43.17387700083
Construction started1922
Inaugurated6 May 1926
OwnerRio de Janeiro state government
Design and construction
ArchitectArchimedes Memoria
Francisque Couchet

The Palácio Tiradentes (Portuguese for "Tiradentes Palace") is a historic building in the Centro neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is named in honor of the Brazilian revolutionary Tiradentes. It was the former seat of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil, between 1926 and 1960, and is the current seat of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Rio de Janeiro.[1][2][3]

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  1. "História". ALERJ (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2022-04-09.
  2. "Linha do Tempo". Palácio Tiradentes (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 2022-08-04. Retrieved 2022-04-09.
  3. "Assembleia Legislativa do Estado do Rio de Janeiro" (PDF) (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2022-04-09.

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Media related to Palácio Tiradentes at Wikimedia Commons

Official website (in Portuguese)