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Araguaia Palace, Palmas
Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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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Situado na praça dos Girassóis, o imponente palácio Araguaia se destaca no meio da enorme praça. Muito belo e pomposo, possui uma enorme maquete da praça no seu interior, e um enorme painel de arte. A... read more »Situated in the square of Sunflowers, the imposing Palacio Araguaia stands out in the middle of the huge square. Very nice and fancy, has a huge model of the square inside, and a huge art Panel. Admission is free, but does not have Guide to assist in the visit.show original
Um bom passeio para conhecer um pouco sobre o Estado. O Palácio está localizado no centro da Praça dos Girassóis. Apresenta uma Arquitetura Imponente e Suntuosa, rica em detalhes que contam a história... read more »A good walk to get to know a little about the State. The Palace is located in the center of the square of Sunflowers. Features a Stately Architecture and Sumptuous, rich in details that tell the history of the city and the State. As the coat of arms of the State that has represented the date of the Araguaia River and the Tocantins River; the columns of the Palace which refer the columns of the Church of the Nativity city within the State; the tile panels in the entrance hall of the Palace, represent the history, the culture, the people and the trade. On the tour we went to the second floor where you have a panoramic view of the square, it's worth it.show original
Lugar imperdível para conhecer a cultura de Palmas. De preferência à noite devido ao sol. Possui barracas de pastel durante à noite.Place a must to know the culture of applause. Preferably at night because the Sun has pastel huts at night.show original
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