The Three Powers Square is the heart of Brasilia since the development of the city spread from here. It is surrounded by the National Congress, the Presidential Offices, and Supreme Court. There are several sculptures in the square in memoriam to the city's founding, an diorama of the city under the square, the giant flag pole (largest permenently flying flag in the world), and the Panteão da Pátria (a museum honoring heroes of Brazil) with a permanently lit torch on a structure looking over the square. If you are there on the first Sunday of the month at 10 am, the Brasilian military conducts a formal flag changing ceremony that rotates among the various services.
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