Travels in Niemeyer country

Oscar Niemeyer's Brazilian National Congress in Brasilia. The administrative towers - Annex I - are flanked by the domed Senate and the bowl-shaped Chamber of the Deputies

The work of the legendary Brazilian architect is loved by the people but is increasingly neglected by the authorities, write Nick Johnson and Lucy Wood in the first of an occasional series of dispatches from their motorbike tour of Latin America

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