20) The gardens of the Quinta da Boa Vista Pala ce, now the National Museum in the São Cristovão district. This region had previously been dominated by sugarcane plantations. The palace remained the imperial residence until the end of the monarchy in 1889.20) Jardins do Palácio da Quinta da Boa Vista, atualmente Museu Nacional, no bairro São Cristóvão. A região era anteriormente dominada por plantações de cana-de-açúcar. O palácio serviu como residência imperial até o fim da monarquia, em 1889.
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