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Brasilia gets a new architectural and gastronomic addition in the heart of the city; ‘Comma’ market is designed as an relaxing pause for tourists and locals

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Beer was flowing as heavily as on an October day in Frankfurt. The vibrant ambiance took in the Friday lunchtime crowd under the giant open space of Mané Mercado Virgula, a striking architectural addition meshed into the grandeur of Brasilia’s Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha and the striking high rises around the city’s Monumental Axis for a commanding view of the whole cityscape.

You are in a bustling food hall with a generous number of food choices, a veritable gastronomic Circus Maximus, or at least a version of Pontão under one roof.

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