Casa de Cora Coralina, Goias

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Casa de Cora Coralina seeks to preserve and promote the work of poet Brazilian Cora Coralina. Housed within Casa Velha da Ponte (Old Bridge House), an 18th century wattle and daub building, owned by her father and used to store the Quinto Real (a tax on gold), the museum preserves the house as it was during Coralina's lifetime. As you tour the rooms in which the artist lived, slept, cooked, and ate, you are offered a uniquely intimate insight into the life and work of a poet. Put Casa de Cora Coralina on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Goias trip itinerary builder.
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381 reviews
  • August 9, 2017
    My wife and sister, visited the Museum House and like tour that happens during the day (query information site). The point that left something to be desired, was the shortage of staff, causing the sale of the products of the Museum, stayed at the end, that is damaged, there was no one to meet, at the end of the visit and left if acquire the products, because another group was ready for a new visit.
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  • July 26, 2017
    Wonderful Museum! Super affordable and super showcase price preserved. The people who take care of and accompany visitors are very knowledgeable!
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  • July 26, 2017
    . Although the tour is small, because it is a home, the guided tour is well oriented. Along the path, some poetry can be read on the walls of the House. Is very worthwhile.
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  • August 4, 2017
    The guide knows a lot about the life of this great writer, I just thought you could make a parallel with the history of Brazil. Worth the visit!
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  • June 4, 2017
    A beautiful home, Chris, great service and a technology system was implemented for students who are making all the difference. Super worth it.
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  • April 23, 2017
    A Museum in qq place on Earth must promote the fascination for the place visited. A site that embira has a wonderful tour. Prohibit access to the local invesxde educate people. And finally don't allow even photograph eaten and curios. Lamentable.
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  • July 20, 2017
    I loved visiting the home of Cora Coralina.
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While obviously lacking the colonial-era elegance of the town's main architectural highlights, accommodations in Goias are an attractive bunch. Colorful, squat hotels and guesthouses, family-run and neatly maintained, remain the most popular option. Dotted around town here and there, they offer a good level of service and a comfortable room for a decent price. Prices rise with proximity to the World Heritage-listed town center, where the location offers characterful views from your room. If on a budget, stay farther from the center: it's all pretty close together anyway, and the charming rusticity extends well past the historical core.
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