Olimpio Campos Palace, Aracaju

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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. To visit Olimpio Campos Palace on your trip to Aracaju, use our Aracaju trip itinerary builder .
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  • Very nice Museum and preserved. The entry is not paid and a guide accompanies you throughout the Museum full of enthusiasm and stories to tell. To the top, you put a prop is not to dirty the floor. The bathroom is clean, and a closet for storing things and water are offered. All are very attentive from the employee to the trainees. The tourist feel welcomed and happy to see that with whimsy and goodwill the cities can even maintain excellent and free museums and abroad.
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  • Historic building that housed the former Government Palace and today works as a historical Museum of Sergipe; Located in the square near the Boardwalk, Fausto Cardoso das Laranjeiras, trade area and restaurants, is a must visit for anyone who wants to know the history of Sergipe.
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  • The story of father Olimpio Fields is critical to the Sergipe meet its origins. Restriction: they put a sign on the visit that President victim of impetchmam, and still keeps a picture of her on the wall as President. Ridiculous ... ....
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  • The tour, which is free, goes by fast for the quarters but it's interesting. The building is very beautiful, although give to realize that some paintings on the ceiling were retouched so amateur. You can't take pictures inside the building, only in the lobby. Currently the building no longer works as the Government Palace.
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  • Wonderful Museum that tells the story of the politics of Sergipe and evidence the Governors since the province up to the State. Recommend to anyone who likes history. Too bad it's not possible to shoot. Legal service a few times.
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  • The trick is the following: do not go on the eve of holidays. The Museum does not open! I left the River to visit the site and came to the door in my face. Building beautiful by the way, as well as the city of Aracaju!
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  • Excellent cultural option for those coming to visit Aracaju. The Palace Museum Olímpio Campos is very well organized and surprises by the richness of the collection. The Director who received us, Ms. Isaura, was very attentive and receptive. The visitation guide Georg is knowledgeable of the information passed on. Congratulations to all for the preservation of the history and culture of Sergipe.
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  • Very well maintained, very thoughtful guide Museum a shame not to be a little slower.
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The main coastal road in Aracaju's southeast houses the bulk of its available accommodations. Just a short walk from the city's most popular beaches, the rooms here offer good views and convenient location. Chain hotels and independents dominate the selection in this area, with rooms ranging from the simple to the luxurious, plus extra amenities at a higher price. Budget-conscious travelers may wish to explore the main residential area to the north, with simple hotels and guesthouses available.
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