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Connecting the Tijuca Forest with the inhabitants of Saboia Lima lies a hidden and wondrous square.
More than 40 sculptures in Naïf style and even a bandstand made by professor Paulo de Tarso, enchant both kids and adults inside this sculpture park. Animals, Brazilian book characters, and even a pyramid all composed of concrete are constantly visited by the neighborhood kids.
Trapicheiros River runs behind the square with cold, clean water.