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After the museum I visited an amphitheater of Niemeyer located in the edges of the lake and took an Uber and came back to Planalto Palace. When I arrived it was the end of ceremony of the swap of the guards and there were some tourists taking photos, but I lost it.
In fact when I visited this famous palace I became surprise to know there are two different guards taking care of the place. The most famous one is the "Dragons of the Independence battalion" Calvary, created as a personal honor guard of Portuguese king when he was obligated to move to Rio de Janeiro in 1808, this guard became the one responsable to take care of our first emperor and it was with him when he proclaimed the independence. When the emperor was gone the famous uniform was swapped and in 1927 it was restored as a symbol of Brazil and the guard used it again.
These guards I am showing in this photo aren't so famous in the events, they are members of Caxias Battalion, infantry, created in 1823 and participated of independence war and the Cisplatina war, they were extinct in 1831 when the first emperor abandoned the power and recreated in 1933 . In the bellow link you can see the Dragons of Independence, the most famous battalion, in their typical uniforms during an event of swap of guards:

http://www.rotamogiana.com/2011/01/troca-da-guarda-o-povo-brasileiro.html
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Depois de ter visitado aquele museu fui at a beira do lago ver um anfiteatro criado por Niemeyer. Ent緌 tomei um Uber e fui parara no Pal塶io do Planalto, onde estava terminando a cerim獼ia da troca da guarda, a qual eu perdi.
Quando visitei o pal塶io fiquei surpreso ao saber que na verdade existem dois batalh髊s que cuidam do lugar, o mais famoso deles o dos Drag髊s da Independ瘽cia, que era a guarda de honra criada pelo rei de Portugal quando chegou ao Rio em 1808 e que depois serviu de guarda de honra para o imperador Pedro I, esse batalh緌 estava com ele durante a proclama誽o da independ瘽cia e teve o uniforme mudado quando ele partiu. Em 1927 restauraram o uniforme como s璥bolo do Brasil.
J os guardas que vemos na foto s緌 membros do Batalh緌 Caxias, criado em 1823 e que lutaram na guerra da independ瘽cia e na guerra da Cisplatina. Atuaram at 1831 quando o batalh緌 foi extinto, mas foi recriado em 1933.
Veja as fotos dos Drag髊s da Independ瘽cia durante a troca da guarda nesse link abaixo:

http://www.rotamogiana.com/2011/01/troca-da-guarda-o-povo-brasileiro.html

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  • Copyright: Jorge Dias (jmdias) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13018 W: 174 N: 26965] (115128)
  • Genre: 地方
  • Medium: 彩色
  • Date Taken: 2021-10-10
  • Exposure:f/0.2, 1/21 seconds
  • Photo Version:Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2022-05-27 1:57
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