Astronomy Polo Casimiro Montenegro Filho, Foz do Iguacu

(4.2/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Astronomy Polo Casimiro Montenegro Filho is located in Foz do Iguacu. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Foz do Iguacu holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Astronomy Polo Casimiro Montenegro Filho and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • It's nice but becomes rather boring and without grace, there are better plans if they visit in the region.
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  • the astronomical casimiro montenegro pole and a place to explore their knowledge, however not as accessible as there are only a few days in which are open, and sometimes in nocturnal periods worth knowing
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  • For those who never went to a planetarium, he impresses. The solar calendar, the Sundial. The possibility to observe the Sun through a telescope (it seems that is the only one open to the public). Was having an exhibition about women in science, very interesting. And the possibility to learn a little about the weight force and severity of certain movie stars was pretty interesting.
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  • The ride is nice, but I don't get to be so good. Actually I think you need better preparation, because it ends up being very weak in some respects. Submission on meteorites is cool, and the telescope with solar observation (when the clouds let) are something very interesting. Projection is explanatory, but long for the content. Could make better use of the time and make it more dynamic.
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  • Good level of training guides, interesting exhibitions, although limited, physical space (especially the area of the telescope) limited for the Group serviced (25 to 30 people). Valley as experimentation and initial contact with the subject. The kids loved it.
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  • Outside and part interactive with meteorites very interesting with a good guide. Wonderful Observatory. However, the Planetarium is outdated with a grueling schedule and distorted images and with little definition.
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  • Very interesting place with good explanations gives history of astronomy. Own Observatory with instruments of excellent quality.
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  • It's pasta! Hope you're not too cloudy to be able to see the Sun in the solar telescope.
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