• Roberta Sá - Alô Fevereiro | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

    Roberta Sá no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.

    published: 30 Aug 2010
  • Roberta Sá - Cicatrizes | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

    Roberta Sá no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.

    published: 30 Aug 2010
  • Teatro Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília

    Chamada para TV da programação infantil do Espaço Brasil Telecom em Brasília

    published: 27 Aug 2010
  • Brasília - Brazil

    Brasília is the capital of Brazil. The name is commonly spelled Brasilia in English. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza — see also List of urban agglomerations by population (United Nations). However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do ...

    published: 07 Aug 2010
  • Little Joy - Brand New Start (Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF - 31-01-2009) video

    Little Joy play "Brand New Start" in Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília, DF, in January 31, 2009.

    published: 08 Feb 2009
  • Brasília, Vídeo 9 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

    Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world ...

    published: 14 Jan 2010
  • Brasília-Brasil

    Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The name is commonly spelled Brasilia in English. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 119 foreign embassies.[2] As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The ...

    published: 14 Nov 2010
  • Telecom Service

    Correspondente Bancário: Depoimento Sr. José de Fátima - NB Celulares, Núcleo Bandeirantes - Brasília - DF

    published: 01 Jul 2011
  • Fernanda Takai - Diz que fui por aí | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

    Fernanda Takai no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.

    published: 30 Aug 2010
  • Python in telecommunications

    Talk by Helio Alexandre Lopes Loureiro at Plone Conference 2013 and PythonBrasil[9] - Brasília / Brasil - http://www.slideshare.net/imasters/python-in-telecommunications-in-7-minutes

    published: 08 Nov 2013
  • ANTENA COLETIVA É MULTUSUARIO DE TV DIGITAL HD ABERTA EM BRASÍLIA

    COMO MONTAR UMA ANTENA DIGITAL E SOLUÇÃO E DEFEITOS DE INSTALAÇAO, CONVERSOR E TVs NO MUNDO DIGITAL. CONTATO: fixo 61 4103-4206 /cel 99837-5732 zap E-MAIL: tvdigital@transpondertelecom.com.br http://www.dtv.org.br/index.php/cobertura site:http://www.transpondertelecom.com.br/

    published: 27 Nov 2015
  • Brasília, Vídeo 3 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

    Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world ...

    published: 15 Jan 2010
  • Algar Telecom - Brasília

    published: 11 Feb 2016
  • Ana Cañas | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF

    Ana Cañas no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.

    published: 29 Sep 2010
  • Conectiva Telecom - 03

    Conectiva Telecom 03 Produtora: Prixe Digital - Brasília http://prixe.com.br

    published: 24 Oct 2012
  • vive la fete (maquillage) - Brasília (2008)

    show da banda em Brasília no Espaço Brasil Telecom, 17 de outubro de 2008.

    published: 19 Oct 2008
Roberta Sá - Alô Fevereiro | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

Roberta Sá - Alô Fevereiro | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

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  • Duration: 3:55
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2010
  • views: 44331
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Roberta Sá no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.
https://wn.com/Roberta_Sá_Alô_Fevereiro_|_Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília,_Df.
Roberta Sá - Cicatrizes | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

Roberta Sá - Cicatrizes | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

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  • Duration: 3:35
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2010
  • views: 19826
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Roberta Sá no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.
https://wn.com/Roberta_Sá_Cicatrizes_|_Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília,_Df.
Teatro Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília

Teatro Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília

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  • Duration: 0:15
  • Updated: 27 Aug 2010
  • views: 10
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Chamada para TV da programação infantil do Espaço Brasil Telecom em Brasília
https://wn.com/Teatro_Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília
Brasília - Brazil

Brasília - Brazil

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  • Duration: 2:02
  • Updated: 07 Aug 2010
  • views: 2913
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Brasília is the capital of Brazil. The name is commonly spelled Brasilia in English. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza — see also List of urban agglomerations by population (United Nations). However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world reference for urban planning. The locating of residential buildings around expansive urban areas, of building the city around large avenues and dividing it into sectors, has sparked a debate and reflection on life in big cities in the 20th century. The city's planned design included specific areas for almost everything, including accommodation, Hotel Sectors North and South. However, new areas are now being developed as locations for hotels, such as the Hotels and Tourism Sector North, located on the shores of Lake Paranoá. The city was planned and developed in 1956 with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect. In 1960, it formally became Brazil's national capital. When seen from above, the main planned part of the city's shape resembles an airplane or a butterfly. The city is commonly referred to as Capital Federal, or simply BSB. People from the city of Brasília are known as brasilienses or candangos. Brasília has a sui generis status in Brazil, given that it is not a municipality like nearly all cities in Brazil. Although there is no legal definition for Brasília, the term is almost always used synonymously with the Brazilian Federal District, and thus constitutes an indivisible Federative Unit, analogous to a state. In the region, however, the word Brasília often refers only to the First Administrative Region within the Distrito Federal (Federal District), also known as "Plano Piloto," where the most important government buildings are located. This is in contrast with the surrounding "satellite cities," which nevertheless are also part of the Federal District, and as such, Brasília, in a broader sense. Brasília International Airport is a major airline hub for the rest of the country, connecting the capital to all major Brazilian cities and many international destinations. It is the third most important airport of Brazil, in terms of passengers and aircraft movements. ( source Wikipedia )
https://wn.com/Brasília_Brazil
Little Joy - Brand New Start (Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF - 31-01-2009) video

Little Joy - Brand New Start (Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF - 31-01-2009) video

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  • Duration: 3:21
  • Updated: 08 Feb 2009
  • views: 308
videos https://wn.com/Little_Joy_Brand_New_Start_(Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília,_Df_31_01_2009)_Video
Brasília, Vídeo 9 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

Brasília, Vídeo 9 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

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  • Duration: 1:04
  • Updated: 14 Jan 2010
  • views: 125
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Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world reference for urban planning. The locating of residential buildings around expansive urban areas, of building the city around large avenues and dividing it into sectors, has sparked a debate and reflection on life in big cities in the 20th century. The city's planned design included specific areas for almost everything, including accommodation, Hotel Sectors North and South. However, new areas are now being developed as locations for hotels, such as the Hotels and Tourism Sector North, located on the shores of Lake Paranoá. The city was planned and developed in 1956 with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect. In 1960, it formally became Brazil's national capital. When seen from above, the main planned part of the city's shape resembles an airplane or a butterfly. The city is commonly referred to as Capital Federal, or simply BSB. People from the city of Brasília are known as brasilienses or candangos. Brasília has a sui generis status in Brazil, given it is not a municipality like nearly all cities in Brazil. In fact, there isn't even a definition of what Brasília is. Recently, the First Administrative Region within the Distrito Federal (Federal District), which used to be called "Plano Piloto," was renamed "Brasília." But while the name "Brasília" is often used in contrast with the "satellite cities," it is most commonly used as the name of the whole of the urban settlements of the Distrito Federal. The Distrito Federal, constitutionally, cannot be divided into municipalities. Brasília International Airport is a major airline hub for the rest of the country, connecting the capital to all major Brazilian cities and many international destinations. It is the third most important airport of Brazil, in terms of passengers and aircraft movements. President Juscelino Kubitschek ordered the construction of Brasília, fulfilling an article of the country's constitution dating back to 1891 stating that the capital should be moved from Rio de Janeiro to a place close to the center of the country. The plan was originally conceived in 1827 when Brazil was under colonial rule. José Bonifacio, an advisor to Emperor Pedro I, presented a plan to the General Assembly for a new city called Brasilia with the initial idea of moving the capital farther westward from the already heavily populated southeastern corridor. The bill was not enacted because Emperor Pedro I dissolved the Assembly. Lúcio Costa won a contest and was the main urban planner. Oscar Niemeyer, a close friend of Lúcio, was the chief architect of most public buildings and Roberto Burle Marx was the landscape designer. Brasília was built in 41 months, from 1956 to April 21, 1960, when it was officially inaugurated. From 1763 to 1960, Rio de Janeiro was the capital of Brazil. At this time, resources tended to be centered in Brazil's southeast region near Rio de Janeiro. Brasília's geographical central location made for a more regionally neutral federal capital. The concept of locating the capital in the center of Brazil was first made in 1891 but was not defined until 1922. Right from the beginning, the growth of Brasília exceeded expectations. Until the 1980s, the governor of the Distrito Federal was appointed by the Federal Government, and the laws of Brasília were issued by the Brazilian Federal Senate. After the Constitution of 1988, Brasília gained the right to elect its Governor, and a District Assembly (Câmara Distrital) was elected to exercise legislative power. According to legend, Italian saint Don Bosco in 1883 had a prophetic dream in which he described a futuristic city that roughly fitted Brasília's location. Today, in Brasília, there are many references to this educator who founded the Salesian order. One of the main churches in the city bears his name. Brasília is the result of a modern urban project designed by Lúcio Costa. When seen from above, the city's original plan resembles the shape of an airplane, but many prefer to refer to it as a bird with open wings; however, the architect's original urban concept pointed to the shape of a cross.
https://wn.com/Brasília,_Vídeo_9_De_10_Janeiro_De_2007
Brasília-Brasil

Brasília-Brasil

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  • Duration: 3:40
  • Updated: 14 Nov 2010
  • views: 593
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Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The name is commonly spelled Brasilia in English. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 119 foreign embassies.[2] As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world reference for urban planning. The locating of residential buildings around expansive urban areas, of building the city around large avenues and dividing it into sectors, has sparked a debate and reflection on life in big cities in the 20th century. The city's planned design included specific areas for almost everything, including accommodation, Hotel Sectors North and South. However, new areas are now being developed as locations for hotels, such as the Hotels and Tourism Sector North, located on the shores of Lake Paranoá. The city was planned and developed in 1956 with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect. On April 22nd of 1960, it formally became Brazil's national capital. When seen from above, the main planned part of the city's shape resembles an airplane or a butterfly.[3][4] The city is commonly referred to as Capital Federal, or simply BSB.[5] People from the city of Brasília are known as brasilienses or candangos (the latter referring specifically to those not born in the city who migrated there at the time of the city's establishment). Brasília has a sui generis status in Brazil, given that it is not a municipality like nearly all cities in Brazil. Although there is no legal definition for Brasília, the term is almost always used synonymously with the Brazilian Federal District, and thus constitutes an indivisible Federative Unit, analogous to a state. In the region, however, the word Brasília often refers only to the First Administrative Region within the Distrito Federal (Federal District), " where the most important government buildings are located. This is in contrast with the surrounding "satellite cities," which nevertheless are also part of the Federal District, and as such, Brasília, in a broader sense. Brasília International Airport is a major airline hub for the rest of the country, connecting the capital to all major Brazilian cities and many international destinations. It is the third most important airport of Brazil, in terms of passengers and aircraft movements
https://wn.com/Brasília_Brasil
Telecom Service

Telecom Service

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  • Duration: 1:32
  • Updated: 01 Jul 2011
  • views: 2572
videos
Correspondente Bancário: Depoimento Sr. José de Fátima - NB Celulares, Núcleo Bandeirantes - Brasília - DF
https://wn.com/Telecom_Service
Fernanda Takai - Diz que fui por aí | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

Fernanda Takai - Diz que fui por aí | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF.

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  • Duration: 2:42
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2010
  • views: 2780
videos
Fernanda Takai no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.
https://wn.com/Fernanda_Takai_Diz_Que_Fui_Por_Aí_|_Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília,_Df.
Python in telecommunications

Python in telecommunications

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  • Duration: 31:13
  • Updated: 08 Nov 2013
  • views: 486
videos
Talk by Helio Alexandre Lopes Loureiro at Plone Conference 2013 and PythonBrasil[9] - Brasília / Brasil - http://www.slideshare.net/imasters/python-in-telecommunications-in-7-minutes
https://wn.com/Python_In_Telecommunications
ANTENA COLETIVA É MULTUSUARIO DE TV DIGITAL HD ABERTA EM BRASÍLIA

ANTENA COLETIVA É MULTUSUARIO DE TV DIGITAL HD ABERTA EM BRASÍLIA

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  • Duration: 12:00
  • Updated: 27 Nov 2015
  • views: 27333
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COMO MONTAR UMA ANTENA DIGITAL E SOLUÇÃO E DEFEITOS DE INSTALAÇAO, CONVERSOR E TVs NO MUNDO DIGITAL. CONTATO: fixo 61 4103-4206 /cel 99837-5732 zap E-MAIL: tvdigital@transpondertelecom.com.br http://www.dtv.org.br/index.php/cobertura site:http://www.transpondertelecom.com.br/
https://wn.com/Antena_Coletiva_É_Multusuario_De_Tv_Digital_Hd_Aberta_Em_Brasília
Brasília, Vídeo 3 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

Brasília, Vídeo 3 de 10 - janeiro de 2007

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  • Duration: 1:09
  • Updated: 15 Jan 2010
  • views: 160
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Brasília (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾaˈziliɐ]) is the capital of Brazil. The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central. It has a population of about 2,557,000 (3,599,000 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil, ahead of Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza. However, as a metropolitan area, it ranks lower at sixth. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Brasília hosts 91 foreign embassies. As the national capital, Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The city also hosts the headquarters of many Brazilian companies such as the Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica Federal, Correios and Brasil Telecom. The city is a world reference for urban planning. The locating of residential buildings around expansive urban areas, of building the city around large avenues and dividing it into sectors, has sparked a debate and reflection on life in big cities in the 20th century. The city's planned design included specific areas for almost everything, including accommodation, Hotel Sectors North and South. However, new areas are now being developed as locations for hotels, such as the Hotels and Tourism Sector North, located on the shores of Lake Paranoá. The city was planned and developed in 1956 with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect. In 1960, it formally became Brazil's national capital. When seen from above, the main planned part of the city's shape resembles an airplane or a butterfly. The city is commonly referred to as Capital Federal, or simply BSB. People from the city of Brasília are known as brasilienses or candangos. Brasília has a sui generis status in Brazil, given it is not a municipality like nearly all cities in Brazil. In fact, there isn't even a definition of what Brasília is. Recently, the First Administrative Region within the Distrito Federal (Federal District), which used to be called "Plano Piloto," was renamed "Brasília." But while the name "Brasília" is often used in contrast with the "satellite cities," it is most commonly used as the name of the whole of the urban settlements of the Distrito Federal. The Distrito Federal, constitutionally, cannot be divided into municipalities. Brasília International Airport is a major airline hub for the rest of the country, connecting the capital to all major Brazilian cities and many international destinations. It is the third most important airport of Brazil, in terms of passengers and aircraft movements. President Juscelino Kubitschek ordered the construction of Brasília, fulfilling an article of the country's constitution dating back to 1891 stating that the capital should be moved from Rio de Janeiro to a place close to the center of the country. The plan was originally conceived in 1827 when Brazil was under colonial rule. José Bonifacio, an advisor to Emperor Pedro I, presented a plan to the General Assembly for a new city called Brasilia with the initial idea of moving the capital farther westward from the already heavily populated southeastern corridor. The bill was not enacted because Emperor Pedro I dissolved the Assembly. Lúcio Costa won a contest and was the main urban planner. Oscar Niemeyer, a close friend of Lúcio, was the chief architect of most public buildings and Roberto Burle Marx was the landscape designer. Brasília was built in 41 months, from 1956 to April 21, 1960, when it was officially inaugurated. From 1763 to 1960, Rio de Janeiro was the capital of Brazil. At this time, resources tended to be centered in Brazil's southeast region near Rio de Janeiro. Brasília's geographical central location made for a more regionally neutral federal capital. The concept of locating the capital in the center of Brazil was first made in 1891 but was not defined until 1922. Right from the beginning, the growth of Brasília exceeded expectations. Until the 1980s, the governor of the Distrito Federal was appointed by the Federal Government, and the laws of Brasília were issued by the Brazilian Federal Senate. After the Constitution of 1988, Brasília gained the right to elect its Governor, and a District Assembly (Câmara Distrital) was elected to exercise legislative power. According to legend, Italian saint Don Bosco in 1883 had a prophetic dream in which he described a futuristic city that roughly fitted Brasília's location. Today, in Brasília, there are many references to this educator who founded the Salesian order. One of the main churches in the city bears his name. Brasília is the result of a modern urban project designed by Lúcio Costa. When seen from above, the city's original plan resembles the shape of an airplane, but many prefer to refer to it as a bird with open wings; however, the architect's original urban concept pointed to the shape of a cross.
https://wn.com/Brasília,_Vídeo_3_De_10_Janeiro_De_2007
Algar Telecom - Brasília

Algar Telecom - Brasília

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  • Duration: 0:19
  • Updated: 11 Feb 2016
  • views: 21
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https://wn.com/Algar_Telecom_Brasília
Ana Cañas | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF

Ana Cañas | Espaço Brasil Telecom - Brasília, DF

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  • Duration: 4:09
  • Updated: 29 Sep 2010
  • views: 318
videos
Ana Cañas no Projeto Belas da Vez - Espaço Brasil Telecom, Brasília - DF. Cliente: Espaço Brasil Telecom.
https://wn.com/Ana_Cañas_|_Espaço_Brasil_Telecom_Brasília,_Df
Conectiva Telecom - 03

Conectiva Telecom - 03

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  • Duration: 0:22
  • Updated: 24 Oct 2012
  • views: 78
videos
Conectiva Telecom 03 Produtora: Prixe Digital - Brasília http://prixe.com.br
https://wn.com/Conectiva_Telecom_03
vive la fete (maquillage) - Brasília (2008)

vive la fete (maquillage) - Brasília (2008)

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  • Duration: 4:07
  • Updated: 19 Oct 2008
  • views: 302
videos
show da banda em Brasília no Espaço Brasil Telecom, 17 de outubro de 2008.
https://wn.com/Vive_La_Fete_(Maquillage)_Brasília_(2008)
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