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Explore the city's many attractions.

Mahita Gajanan / Time.com
August 10, 2016

This article originally appeared on time.com.

As the 2016 Olympics bring plenty of sports to watch in Rio de Janeiro, there’s also a plenty to see within the city hosting the games.

This 360-degree video, shot using the Ricoh Theta S camera by TIME’s Julia Lull, offers immersion in the sights and sounds of the city. It takes viewers through the city’s famous Selaron Steps, the Ipanema beach, the beach at Arpoador, Sugarloaf Mountain and the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer.

Related: Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide

One shot shows tourists ambling up the Selaron Steps, as others show beach-goers screaming and jumping into waves at Ipanema at Arpoador. Another scene is shot high up from a cable car traveling to Sugarloaf Mountain.

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