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Araguaia Palace, Palmas

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The murals at Araguaia Palace tell the history the state at this seat of the government. The bold architectural building houses masterpieces of sculpture and presents a part of cultural identity. It has four floors and a basement, and its arches resemble those at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. Plan to visit Araguaia Palace and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Palmas attractions using our Palmas trip itinerary planner.
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  • Before you go not researched but when walking through praça dos Girassóis another visitor suggested that entering the Palace, at the reception to see the model of the square here mentioned by the Government Palace, place of authorities, anyway, the visit to the foyer is allowed. The Concierge was oriented and discovered there beauties! The model of the square of Sunflowers ... The panels of the struggles and achievements that tell about the State of Tocantins, painted ceramics by the artist DJ Oliveira de Luziânia-GO, the geodetic Center, heart of Brazil. You can go from East to West of the Oiapoque to Chuy, but if not the heart, what significance is there? The receptionist helps us ... Ah, the front Grill of the Palace can be compared to the Sun from the flag of Tocantins.
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  • Tells the story of Tocantins even before your creation. In front of the stairs of the hall is the central landmark of the country.
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  • Public place, where people with greater decision-making power over the State. Unlike other infrastructure constructions, looks a lot like the medieval. Has underground soil, cafeteria, Auditorium. Nice place to meet ...
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