Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro neighborhood “Saúde” voted one of the coolest in the world – Time Out

Saúde is a neighborhood that has been populated since the late 17th century and got its name in 1742 when the Portuguese merchant Manuel Negreiros built the chapel of Nossa Senhora da Saúde there to fulfill a promise after his wife was cured of an illness.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Birthplace of samba and today with attractions such as the Museum of Tomorrow, the neighborhood of Saúde, in the central region of Rio de Janeiro, near the port area, was classified as the 25th coolest in the world in an annual ranking released last Wednesday, October 6, by the British magazine Time Out.

The publication is recognized as a guide to the best activities in cities around the world. Every year it publishes a new version of the ranking of the 49 coolest neighborhoods on the planet, based on a survey of residents - this time . . .

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