The Pampulha Architectural Complex in Belo Horizonte, built between 1942 and 1944, was designed by Oscar Niemeyer, at the request of Mayor Juscelino Kubitschek. Juscelino wanted to develop an area north of the city called Pampulha.
The Inhotim Institute is home to one of the most important collections of contemporary art in Brazil and considered the largest outdoor art center in Latin America. It is located in Brumadinho (Minas Gerais).
Ouro Preto is located in one of the main areas of the gold cycle. Officially, 800 tons of gold were sent to Portugal in the eighteenth century, not including what circulated illegally, nor what remained in the colony, such as the gold used in the ornamentation of the churches.
Serra do Cipó
The Serra do Cipó National Park is a Brazilian nature reserve located in Serra do Espinhaço, Minas Gerais. Its geological history is complex and dates from the Precambrian period, with its sandy rocks, which were formed by marine deposits for over 1.7 billion years.