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Seat of Brazil’s first government will become 6-star luxury hotel in Salvador

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The seat of Brazil's first government will become a luxury hotel in Salvador. A heritage of history, the Rio Branco Palace, in the city's historic center, was the seat of the first Brazilian government.

Currently, it is the headquarters of the State Secretary of Culture. For the time being, because the space will become the first six-star hotel in the capital of Bahia. For this, the palace will be given over to private enterprise.

"The Rio Branco Palace is a building that is part of the history of Brazil, but it is underused . . .

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