The TV Tower Brasilia, apart from being a television transmission tower, has a free panoramic viepoint 75 metres high. You can enjoy a 360 degree view of the city. At 224 metres, the tower is the second highest structure in Brasilia. It is one of the few important buildings in the capital that was not designed by Niemeyer, instead being the work of Lucio Costa. Unless you go by car, getting there can be complicated - this isn't a city designed for pedestrians.
This is a triangular square that is popularly known as the "Crystal Square", referring to the minerals found in the region. It was designed by the artist Roberto Burle Marx, but was forgotten for nearly twenty years before being completely abandoned. In 2009, it was restored. Here you can see the headquatters of the army, and the Teatro Pedro Calmon with permanent exhibition on the history of the army (with old photos, materials, uniforms ...). To visit the barracks you have to organize the visit in advance. Hours: Monday to Friday from 9 to 17h.