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Museu Arqueologico de Sambaqui, Joinville
(3.1/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
The archeological museum Museu Arqueologico de Sambaqui exhibits a collection of artifacts that give a glimpse of what life was like at the turn of the 20th century. Some artifacts include human skeletons of people who lived over 4500 years ago, and were mostly hunters and gatherers, who inhabited the beaches a long time ago. Also on display are animal bones, stones, and any of the other artifacts from collection of 12,000 pieces. Put Museu Arqueologico de Sambaqui at the forefront of your travel plans using our Joinville trip builder.
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  • Repeat the visit I made about 2 years ago. A shame, Valeria more worthwhile if the visit were guided and with clarification. Could be further explored.
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  • I thought it'd be bigger, it was worth it for knowledge, if you have time worth spending, the monitors stayed seated.
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  • Worth a visit and meet this museum that tells the history of our ancestors indigenous to the coastal region of Santa Catarina.
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