photos from claudia jaguaribe’s “between hills" (2012) of rio de janeiro, as seen from the (no doubt intentionally claustrophoic) perspective of children in the favelas who can see the more affluent apartment complexes in the background
Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro (BridesMagazine.co.uk)
The Copacabana Palace Hotel is the most famous and luxurious hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's considered South America's premier hotel, having received the rich and famous for the past 80 years. It faces the Copacabana Beach. It consists of an 8-story main building and a 14-story annex. The hotel was designed by French architect Joseph Gire.