Supremo Tribunal Federal
Supremo Tribunal Federal
4.5
Architectural BuildingsGovernment Buildings
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
1:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
1:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
About
• Segundas-feiras, terças-feiras e sextas-feiras (mediante agendamento prévio): das 10h às 12h | das 14h às 18h; • Quartas-feiras e quintas-feiras (apenas grupos agendados para sessões plenárias): das 13h30 às 18h • Fins de semana e feriados nacionais (saídas a cada 30 minutos): das 10h às 15h30
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Petr G
Prague, Czech Republic45 contributions
Feb 2019
The square with all these buildings. But unfornutelly cannot go in. Building is surrounding with aluminium hedge.
Written 13 November 2019
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ASU_DrK
Phoenix, AZ388 contributions
Aug 2019
I took the time in advance to arrange an English tour of the Supremo Tribunal Federal, and I am very glad that I did. My guide was absolutely wonderful! He told us all about the building itself, as well as the functioning of the court. This modernist beauty serves as one of the three anchors in Three Powers Plaza, and cannot only be admired from the outside. Though perhaps not as stunning as the Palacio Itamaraty, or even the Palacio do Planalto, it is still well worth the (free) visit! Completely recommend.
Written 15 August 2019
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saronic
Zurich, Switzerland26,248 contributions
Nov 2017 • Solo
By the Praça dos Tres Poderes, the square of the Three Powers, are the buildings, all designed by Oscar Niemeyer, where they are housed: The Legislative (Congresso Nacional), the Executive (Palacio de Planalto) and the Judiciary (Supremo Tribunal Federal).

the court building is the smallest of the three and especially with its outside pillars quite smiliar to the President's Palace of Planalto. All in all an attractive building, as most done by Niemeyer. In front of it is a marble sculpture, one will not miss: 'The Justice' as a seated Lady with a sword over her knees.
Written 13 October 2018
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DanielJhQz
Macapa, AP91 contributions
May 2016 • Friends
Awesome place to visit specially when you work as a lawyer, judge and the like, since it's the highest Brazilian court! I loved visiting!
Written 27 May 2016
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Joop V
Ede, The Netherlands2,124 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
This building, again designed by Oscar Niemeyer, is probably the most important building in Brazil. It is housing the Supreme Court which is even able to judge the president and its government.
Written 25 February 2016
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RBC C
Ottawa, Canada44 contributions
Oct 2015 • Couples
A very majestic building housing the judiciary and next to it are the other buildings for the support staff. Well spread out. Need a car to see it all.
Written 19 October 2015
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PrettoMauricio
Porto Alegre, RS556 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
This is a free guided tour on Brazilian Supreme Court , it's definitely worth it .
20 minutes with guides that have good knowledge of the facilities .
Take your time and see the history .
Written 22 August 2015
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Steve S
Bognor Regis, UK757 contributions
May 2015 • Couples
Brasilia is full of great architectural building as you stand looking at this building you are surrounded in a large square of lots of architectural wonders
Written 11 June 2015
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Christmate11
Bangkok, Thailand2,284 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
The Federal Supreme Court of Brazil is at one end of Praça dos Tres Poderes (Square of the Three Powers). It was built in 1958 by the architect Oscar Niemeyer. The statue of the sitting lady was made by Alfredo Ceschiatti, a Brazilian sculptor of Italian parentage. It is called 'A Justicia' (To Justice). It represents a blind-folded lady sitting with a sword. It symbolizes the impartiality of justice and its power of achievement.
Written 22 April 2015
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Nancy M
Durham, NC680 contributions
This is Brasil's highest court and you can get into the chamber. There are halls with pictures of every Brasilian Supreme Court justices. You can even get pictures of yourself making believe you are briefing the court. I took my brother, an American attorney, and he found the architecture interesting and the history fascinating. Admittance is free but restricted. That I know of there are no English tours but they left time for me to translate.
Written 4 January 2015
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