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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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  • beautiful location, situated in the square of Sunflowers, well-manicured place, in large, great tourist spot
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  • Imposing building in the square of Sunflowers, so big it can only fit one piece in photo taken by far.
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  • The Araguaia Palace is the seat of Government of Tocantins, is a rather pompous building for what is intended. But like others in the city should be part of the roadmap of any tourist.
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