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Olimpio Campos Palace, Aracaju
(4.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Located in the center of Aracaju is Olimpio Campos Palace, a museum exhibiting the political and economic history of the region known as Sergipe, the smallest state of the Brazilian Federation. The museum is surrounded by a lush green landscape and artificial ponds. Once inside, there are several guides available to help you learn about the entire collection, which includes items used by governors until the 19th century. Nearby, you will find the Metropolitan Cathedral of Aracaju, the busy square full of bars and kiosks, and the Art Gallery of Alvaro Santos. Make Olimpio Campos Palace a part of your Aracaju vacation plans using our Aracaju vacation generator.
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  • Aracaju has few places of historical importance. The Palace is a pleasant surprise in the city centre. Its restoration is not desired. If you know a little of what was the life of the Presidents and Governors of Sergipe.
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  • I found it very interesting, I knew a little of the history of Sergipe. The excellent guide. Is a free visit. Recommend.
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  • Well worth going, well located in the Centre of Aracaju, the walk and guided and you can learn about the city is everything. Outside the Palace is beautiful! Spectacular, you can take pictures only in the lower part of the Palace is the most amazing. There you can discover things that no one would notice if I didn't lol. It is close to the Cathedral and around super cool fairs and various other locations. Will, will not regret it!
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