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Passeio de Neptuno

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Hidden : 12/14/2010
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Feel the Park. Several artists have their works in the Park of Nations. Come see, touch, feel and evaluate these proposals for urban art.

These interventions were done on three floors and it is nearly imperceptible and known. All of them are artists who have left us valuable works to be experienced and "footsteps". You could say that already belong to the City.


Sentir o Parque. Vários artistas deixaram as suas obras no Parque das Nações. Venha ver, tocar, sentir e avaliar estas propostas de arte urbana.

Destas intervenções três foram feitas nos pavimentos tornando-se quase imperceptíveis e pouco conhecidas.

Todas elas são de artistas de grande valor que nos deixaram obras para serem vividas e “pisadas”. Pode-se dizer que já pertencem à Cidade.


Passeio de Neptuno.

Neptuno é filho de Saturno e da Terra, protector dos pescadores, navegadores e marinheiros. Senhor do mar, em cujas profundezas tinha um palácio fabuloso, a ele deve o homem o primeiro cavalo.

Comandando a Tempestade e a Bonança criava os ventos e as mares agitando as calmarias com o seu tridente. Desde a Antiguidade foi o deus dos povos marítimos.

Tour of Neptune. Neptune is the son of Saturn and Earth, protector of fishermen, sailors and marines. Lord of the sea, in whose depths had a fabulous palace, the man he is the first horse. Commanding Storm Bonanza and created the winds and seas stirring the doldrums with his trident. Since ancient times was the god of the Sea Peoples.

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