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Praia do Leblon - Rio de Janeiro
Leblon beach

Leblon comes from the surname of the French businessman Charles Leblon who  bought the land in 1845 and set up a whaling company in the region. Until then, whales, especially sperm whales, were very important in the economy as they provided oil used in civil construction and public lighting.

Leblon Beach. 1.3 km long, it is a continuation of Ipanema Beach, starting at Jardim de Alá and going up to the cliffs of Av. Niemeyer. There is the Mirante do Leblon (officially renamed Mirante Hans Stern), from where you can appreciate the entire coastal avenue (av. Delfim Moreira), the beaches of Leblon and Ipanema and Pedra do Arpoador.

Beach very commented and visited by tourists from all over the world, beautiful, charming and very inviting.

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Leblon Day is celebrated on the 26th of July, as the current configuration of most of its streets was defined on that date in 1919.

It is the neighborhood with the most expensive square meter in Brazil. The higher value apartments are located on the waterfront.

Some of the causes of this exorbitant appreciation of real estate in the region were the Rio-Cidade urban project on Avenida Ataulfo de Paiva and the Cultural Environment Protection Areas.

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Leblon is a neighborhood in the South Zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro.

It is located between Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, the Atlantic Ocean, Morro Dois Irmãos and Canal do Jardim de Alá. 

The neighborhood borders Gávea, Lagoa, Ipanema and Vidigal.

Anyone who can visit will not regret it, the place is fantastic.

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