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Centro de Cultura Negra, Macapa

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  • Very nice space, with various constructions of the afro, but is deserted ... full of weeds and all deteriorated. A shame.
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  • Good afternoon abandoned, is full of garbage and mato's neat and clean looked nice I guess nobody attends
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  • Despite the stories are good. the environment needs adjustments and investment. anything to leave us spellbound.
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  • Abandoning do espaco
  • Opened on September 5, 1998 in the Pond, represents the revitalization and enhancement of black culture in Amapá. With six blocks built up a 7200 m2 air, includes an amphitheatre, Museum, Auditorium, black Afro-religious Space, multiple use room and administration. It is a democratic space, which is used mainly to disseminate and preserve the Afro-Brazilian culture.
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