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As Tres Caixas D'Agua, Porto Velho

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Landmark Tourist Spot
As Tres Caixas D'Agua is a fully preserved landmark and considered historical heritage of the city. They are three old water tanks located on a square, which served as a reservoir of water. The first one was built in 1910 and the other two in 1912. Read up on the history of this historical site prior to visiting and combine your visit here with other places close to downtown. By using our Porto Velho tour planner, you can arrange your visit to As Tres Caixas D'Agua and other attractions in Porto Velho.
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TripAdvisor
  • Interesting if you are in the city center but really worth going out of your way to see. The trains by the river are also in this area and provide a pretty view of the Madeira River  more »
  • this is the symbol of Porto velho city. The old caixas dágua from the Devil´s Railroad era are located in a central square named after them.  more »
  • It's worth the visit of you're interest I historical tourism. Read about it before you go. They are copy of the Animaniacs (Warner Brothers) water tower. Avoid going at night, it can be a dangerous pl...  more »
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  • The most traditional square of the city. Surrounded by history, is a must. I love this area.
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  • Historical icon of the city, if you don't know the square of three boxes of water does not know old port, clean, bright, organized and urbanized, worth knowing.
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  • Nothing more, but is a must for tourists, yields some cool photos, the streets are endless climbs so go prepared and don't take the elderly walk!
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