This square serves as a lookout point from where you can view the coastline of Downtown Niterói, the Rio-Niterói Bridge and the coast line of Downtown Rio.

The Praça Juscelino Kubitschek (Juscelino Kubitschek square) – known as Praça JK – is an architectonic complex that synthesizes the many styles that were part of the history of Niterói. It is located in the Aterro da Praia Grande on the stretch between the neighborhoods of downtown and São Domingos, and was built in honor of the president Juscelino Kubitschek. The square started being built in the second half of the 20th century and was designed by Oscar Niemeyer to symbolize the futuristic majesty of Juscelino Kubtitschek and to mark the end of the construction that resulted in the Aterro da Praia Grande. After its last renovation, the square was incorporated to the Niemeyer Path. The square has a view that encompasses the Niterói coastline and the city of Rio de Janeiro, and was built on top of Niterói’s first subterranean parking lot. There you can find a bronze sculpture of Oscar Niemeyer and JK sitting in one of the benches and looking at a blueprint of one of the buildings of Brasília, and a big marquee connects the two extremities of the square

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