Rio de Janeiro was a large Human city in the nation-state of Brazil on the planet Earth.

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Rio de Janeiro was noted for the Carnival celebration. A holodeck program in the USS Enterprise-D library computer was available to simulate the event. (TNG episode: "Emissary")

"The Emissary", on a computer display, spelled the city's name as "Rio de Janiro".

Jadzia Dax was often taken to the city by Setheleyis th'Rasdeth. This led to her developing a great love for the city. Ezri Dax later suggested it as a place for Miles O'Brien and his family to live, citing Jadzia's fondness for it. (DS9 - Prophecy and Change short story: "The Devil You Know"; DS9 novelization: What You Leave Behind)

In the mirror universe, Rio de Janeiro was one of the cities devastated in a brazen attack by alien rebels against the Terran Empire in 2155. Empress Sato I visited Rio de Janiero following the attacks, where she was surprised to find the citizens' anger directed at her. (ENT - Mirror Universe novel: Age of the Empress)

Federation starships called USS Rio de Janeiro were named as such for this location.

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