Visit the city of Petropolis, located 60 km away from Rio and has been called the Imperial City since the Emperor Pedro II
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The city of Petropolis is located 60 km away from Rio and has been called the Imperial City since the times of the Emperor Pedro II. Settled by the Germans, Petropolis keeps the memory of Brazilian history alive with its buildings and charming streets.
The town's name ("city of Peter") honors Emperor Pedro II, the nation's second monarch and son of Pedro I. The city was the summer residence of the Brazilian Emperors and aristocrats in the 19th century, and was the official capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro between 1894 and 1902.
Make your own way through this historical and charming city, nestled among the forested hills of the Serra dos Órgãos, in the valley of the Quitandinha and Piabanha rivers
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