Code of conduct for visitors to the Christ the Redeemer statue on Corcovado

Although Christ the Redeemer statue is a religious symbol, there is no specific code of conduct. Just use common sense, since the plateau where the statue was built is a Catholic sanctuary.

By the way, lying down, sitting or standing on the parapet is strictly forbidden.

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