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Palacio Rio Negro, Manaus

(4.3/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The House is very beautiful and well maintained, but unfortunately, for lack of information, we can't visit inside.
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  • The Palace, which once belonged to a German businessman of the good times of the rubber in the region and that nowadays belongs to the State, has a beautiful architecture and a nice garden in the back for beautiful pictures. Worth the visit so you know the story!
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  • Interesting and well maintained building. Totally open to the public and provides a taste of some history. Interesting, but not a must see. 
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  • It is nice to visit, but there is more interesting things to do. If you need to choose, this place is low priority
  • Excelente local, com marchetaria nos pisos, lindo
  • Realmente muito bom
  • Encontrei este museu ao acaso durante uma caminhada e foi uma agradável descoberta. Diferente do Museu Imperial, aqui você pode fotografar e entrar nos ambientes! Muito bacana!! O palácio foi construído pelo Barão do Rio Negro para ser sua residência de verão, mas muitos anos depois foi vendido ao estado e depois incorporado ao Governo Federal. Ele foi (e ainda é) residência oficial de verão dos presidentes da República. O últimos presidentes que fizeram checkin foram Fernando Henrique Cardoso e Lula! ;)
  • Predio belíssimo junto ao parque SEN. JEFERSON PERES.Escadarias montada sem a utilização de pregos. Móveis lindos e os presentes dos signatários estrangeiros em impecável estado de conservação. (quando visitei era recesso mas a funcionária da Sec. da Cultura foi gentil em servir de guia). Possue estacionamento vale a pena visitar sem pressa. Alguma restrição para foto com "flash fotográficos"