Restinga da Marambaia
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The Restinga da Marambaia is a restinga in the coast of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro. It is 42 km long and separates Sepetiba Bay from the Atlantic Ocean, being a part of the municipalities of Rio de Janeiro, Itaguaí and Mangaratiba.
It is owned and run by the Brazilian army. It is used as a leisure ground for military staff and their friends and families, as well as for scientific research in the untouched Atlantic Rainforest found within the restinga.
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