[...] while the area is home to attractions that include two museums and an aquarium, its rich history remains unknown to most locals and tourists.The terror tour explores slavery, colonization and the country's military dictatorship, along with other incidents like the 1993 Candelaria massacre in which eight people — many of them teenagers — were killed while sleeping on the steps of the Candelaria church.[...] the tour of ghosts explores important historical figures that are sometimes forgotten.[...] during the Rio Olympic Games, local authorities emphatically promoted the port's new attractions such as the futuristic looking Museum of Tomorrow designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava that cost $55 million, and a new boulevard decorated by internationally acclaimed street artists.
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