In Atlântica between the avenues Nossa Senhora da Paz and and Belford Roxo streets Ronald de Carvalho and, Lido 's square is a great choice of leisure for Copacabana residents.
Large and very simple, the square has playground for entertainment of children and several banks for those who want to read a book and relax, as well as emergency and police station.
Vinte e Seis de Janeiro Square formerly called, Lido square of only came to be known by its current name when, after an intense reform, space won the Lido resort-restaurant, seat of the centennial celebrations of independence.
This time, the site also won an emergency room, the garden and a skating rink.
In 1928, was built in Lido restaurant place a Norman Pavilion, which for many years was the city's elegant point, where it was possible to dinner and dancing to the sound of the Orchestra Colman.