Medical institutions, but the appearance is very bright, a bit unlike.
The unique "House of Pharmacists" Speaking of Rio de Janeiro, what scene is in your mind? Is it the towering statue of Christ, or the endless blue coast, or the passionate Brazilian beauty? My trip to Rio de Janeiro was an itinerary that no one could imagine. I went to Monte Cristo and the home of the pharmacist at the foot of the Christ Statue. The infinite charm of the building heard the name "Pharmacist's House" before I went, I imagined that I would see a square room with white wall paint on the outside and rows of desks inside. Unexpectedly, the Pharmacist’s House is not serious at all, but as lively as Brazil’s passion. Blue window frames, green, pink, and yellow walls are combined, and they are matched with eaves and door frames of different shapes. The leaves of tropical vegetation hang long on the wall, making the whole building have a unique charm, which is different from the buildings I have seen before. Later, when I got home, I checked it on the Internet. It turned out that the building belonged to the neo-colonial style. It was really rewarding. The commendable spirit This building not only carries the unique beauty, but also carries the commendable spirit. This is a free and open medical institution that provides free help to some local patients in difficulties. Not only give them medicines, but also provide beds.
The Pharmacist’s Home is a free medical institution. It provides relief to some local elderly, weak, sick, and disabled patients, and provides some basic medicines at comparable prices. The building is small and has a few hospital beds.
The Pharmacist’s House is a new characteristic building, and visitors can take pictures of the building outside and experience the new sights of Rio. There are many artworks in the building, which is worth visiting.
The Pharmacist’s House is a free structure, the old-fashioned building is dominated by medicines, and there are also free treatments here. The outside scenery is very exquisite.
Preston_Dominguez: R. Cosme Velho 822, Rio de Janeiro
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Jesus Christ's Statue,Santa Teresa,Botafogo,Parque Lage,Palacio Guanabara