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Galeria Arte & Memoria, Andarai
(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Galeria Arte & Memoria is located in Andarai. To visit Galeria Arte & Memoria on your trip to Igatu, use our Igatu trip itinerary maker.
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  • The view of the place is amazing. The Gallery is a Museum in the open. We were well received, and the Guide took us on a trip back in time! Igatu is one of those unforgettable places! The Gallery adds a little more charm, somewhere wonderful in itself.
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  • Worth enough to visit and get to know the history of the region. The location is very nice, has a bar that supports the visitor who arrives tired after the journey. The path of the Gallery, the tourist goes through a beautiful road, with a church so cute (even for non-Catholics). Good ride!
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  • I like to visit the place, although they have not offered a guided tour. The Museum is very different from what I've been, because it is in the open. Stay in the ruins of the ancient houses of the camp, but is well taken care of. You pay a fee of 5.00 for visitation. Also has a section devoted to local arts exhibition.
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