Mount Corcovado is Rio’s main attraction and one of the seven wonders of world. With 710 m (2,329 ft) above see level, this mountain supports the statue of Christ the Redeemer. The 38 meter (125 ft) high statue weighs 1,145 tons (1,262 net tons), and was inaugurated in 1931. To reach the main terrace, you have to climb 222 steep stairs, or use an escalator or panoramic elevator. To ascend Mount Corcovado, a train on one of the oldest Brazilian railways, inaugurated by Emperor Peter II in 1884, may be used. Departure at Rua Cosme Velho 513, Cosme Velho - tel. 2558-1329 (9 a.m. – 6 p.m.).

You will have the most beautiful view of Rio de Janeiro from the top of the Corcovado Mountain. Visitors can see the Guanabara Bay, the Sugar Loaf, the Maracana Stadium and even the neighbor city Niteroi.

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