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Terra Pura Buddhist temple

Quadra Eqs 315/316 2 | Asa Sul, Brasilia, Federal District 70384-400, Brazil
(61) 3245-2469
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Um refúgio - A haven

The temple is a haven in the heart of Brazil's capital, Brasília. It has recently been classified... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2016
simoneabcoutinho
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Brasilia, DF
Different thing to do

Since Brasília main attractions are in general a lot similar (modernism/architecture/urbanism... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2016
Sarah A
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Brasilia, DF
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  • Average8%
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18 May 2016
“Um refúgio - A haven”
23 Mar 2016
“Different thing to do”
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Quadra Eqs 315/316 2 | Asa Sul, Brasilia, Federal District 70384-400, Brazil
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

The temple is a haven in the heart of Brazil's capital, Brasília. It has recently been classified as cultural heritage by the local government.

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Reviewed 23 March 2016

Since Brasília main attractions are in general a lot similar (modernism/architecture/urbanism), this is a good place to change the view a little bit. It's small but definitely charming. If you go on august the place holds a really popular festival on weekends, it's really fun...More

Thank Sarah A
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Reviewed 26 February 2016

This Japanese temple was buuild on a piece of land donated by President JK to the Japanese community. In Brazil there are many Japanese working, which are very happy to be able to visit this temple.

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Reviewed 25 June 2014

The temple is average if you live in other countries and have seen Buddhist temples but nice to see it in Brazil and be reminded of a serene place... stands out amongst the uniformly designed structures...

Thank travel2findoneself
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Reviewed 17 April 2014

Terra Pura is a great place to meditate, you can have Yoga or even practice some martial arts. In the weekends of august they make a festival, that serves several nipponic foods, such as yakisobas, gyosas and fried shrimp, together with presentations using drums and...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2013

This is a beautiful Japanese temple, with every architectural detail that entails. It does feel like you're in Japan. However, most of the time it is closed for visitors and you can only see it from outside.

Thank Danilo P
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