Belo Horizonte has the Serra do Curral as a background, and beautiful works of architecture in its urban fabric, either those of European influence or those resultants of Brazilian Modernism movement. It was planned to be a capital of the state of Minas Girais by the architect Aarão Reis. Belo horizonte has now more than two million inhabitants.
In the architectural and patrimonial field the Pampulha Modern whole stands out. Custom designed by President Juscelino Kubitschek and built in the 1940s, it’s a set of buildings located around the artificial lake of Pampulha, with curved volumes and free shapes.
Accompanied by your guide, you can visit this magnificent work of Oscar Niemeyer, the landscaping of Roberto Burle Marx and the art of Portinari, Ceschiatti, Zamoiski and Pedrosa, some of the best and most recognized Brazilian artists.
Pampulha is recognized as a symbol of the identity of Minas Gerais and the history of the Brazilian Modern movement. Discover this arhcitectural tour with an architect in Belo Horizonte.