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Municipal Aquarium, Cuiaba
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Municipal Aquarium is a fully preserved landmark and considered historical heritage of the city They are three old water tanks located on a square, which served as a reservoir of water. The first one was built in 1910 and the other two in 1912. Read up on the history of this historical site prior to visiting and combine your visit here with other places close to downtown. Work out when and for how long to visit Municipal Aquarium and other Cuiaba attractions using our handy Cuiaba trip generator.
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  • This site when your inauguration was attractive, however today lies abandoned. There were many species of fish of the Cuiabá River, however you can hardly see anything else there. So it's not a good place for walks. The city is with a project to revitalize the entire area, it is expected that occur.
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  • The tank is under construction on the date of today (11/22/16). So, no visitors. Before you go, you'd better confirm it's working again. Is near the Public Market of Cuiabá.
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  • The place has everything to attract people who like to fish and the like. However the location is in deplorable state. The carelessness and neglect with the Aquarium is depressing. If the City Council resolved to invest in space, will be a big tourist spot.
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