Saúde is a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Its population in 2000 was 2186. Located on the coast, just north of the historical centre in downtown Rio, west of Praça Maua and east of Gamboa, Rio de Janeiro, it contains several notable hospitals such as Hospital dos Servidores de Estado and Hospital Pro Matre; the name Saúde means "Health" in Portuguese. It is marked by many homes for the lower middle class and numerous sheds, warehouses and depots are located in the region.
The Church of Our Lady of Saúde was built in 1789 on the seafront and gave its name to the neighborhood of Saúde, although the church belongs, nowadays, to the neighborhood of Gamboa.
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Jose Uñón | Jul 20, 2018
Live samba every Monday night. A unique must-see experience. 2 euros per caipirinha. You must go and leave by taxi, but it is really unforgettable
Saurav Tandan | Aug 13, 2018
Good vibes. Don't go into the bars, food and drinks at the stalls outside are much cheaper and tastier
Alberto Fernández | Jul 6, 2018
Nice party place. They call it samba night but it's more techno night. Great atmosphere and lots of people.
Gia Burrows | Jul 29, 2018
Theres nothing like experiencing Samba in the heart of this charming urban neighborhood. It was warm, safe and purely cinematic.
Josue Alcantara | Jul 24, 2018
Bars, live music, drinks and food on the street, a lot of people! But apparently only on Mondays. Definitely worth going!
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