Dom Ranulpho da Silva Farias Museum of Sacred Art, Marechal Deodoro
(2.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Dom Ranulpho da Silva Farias Museum of Sacred Art is located in Marechal Deodoro. Plan your visit to Dom Ranulpho da Silva Farias Museum of Sacred Art and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Marechal Deodoro itinerary builder.
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  • A great ride that was very well guided by Tamara. A low cost, R$ 2.00 per person. Works and beautiful architecture.
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  • Could be interesting, if opened, Museum closed for cleaning on Thursday, someone bought it? Must be the cleanest in the museum world, is closed since January using the same excuse, information passed by residents, Museum closes forever, but sells the $10.00 the book of the collection, a good tactics to raise a little money tourists found to be going to visit the invisitável, empty churches, damaged, neglect. The two staff of the Museum, are paid by the city, were nice, but there seems to be conflicting interests between the our Lady of good counsel and the city that comes with employees and monthly budget for the huge and endless cleaning of the clergy, which only accepts the amount, the administrative part is all their fault to the staff polite and helpful they tried to console us with the visit to one of the two churches attached the other was also closed and will be used for future music lessons, acoustic vibration is going to do very well to what is already falling apart So we won't have official information of absolutely nothing, museums usually close on Monday, this closes, I guess that who needs good advice are the priests of this city beautiful Churches, closed, and the vast majority deteriorated. Marechal Deodoro deserves better than this neglect, friendly inhabitants do not conform with this, nor do I. Go look at the city, she deserves, but visit Church, will be able to if the father is not sleeping, he eats lunch and sleep, to open the Church on the corner of his house, gets the 3:00 pm, I said if he returns, information given by the priest's progenitor, because we went to his house to ask why the churches were all closed. Why did father need to sleep after almoço.por that most of them don't have anything inside, I didn't even ask that collection is that within the chain, with 3 men at the door chatting and even become aware of the visitors, also looks more like a deposit photos without senses all of Rio de Janeiro and crowded into a room haunted by bad taste , darkness and more neglect to thank the affection of Marechal Deodoro, a beautiful city managed by the neglect of the curia. Let's save Marechal Deodoro, change the explanatory plaques of historical heritage, all deteriorated without any condition of reading, culture doesn't kill anybody, love your city, she deserves.
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  • The Museum is very interesting. He talks about those times when Marečal Deodoro was the capital. It is located in the Church of Mary Magdalene and a lot of stories devoted to the Franciscan order here. Amazing story, incredible energy.
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