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Culture House, Ribeirao Preto

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In a city locally known as the "Capital of Culture," Culture House is an important community center as well as one of the city’s main tourist attractions. The site offers frequent art exhibitions and hosts a wide range of seminars, workshops, and classes. The center also houses a small theater, where you can attend a play or a music performance. Completed in 1976, the building was designed as a part of a larger cultural complex and was dedicated to Juscelino Kubitschek, who was Brazil’s president between 1956 and 1961. Located near this site is the popular Morro de Sao Bento park, the largest green space in the city. Put Culture House into our Ribeirao Preto itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The House of culture of Ribeirão Preto was created in the Golden times where the city was considered the capital of culture, today this one so much I left out because the last few administrations (2) haven't done renovations or additions and the part that enables craftsmen lately hinders and does not encourage. but the building and the premises despite little care is very beautiful!
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  • The House of culture is part of the historical heritage of Ribeirão. Your Municipal Theatre receives major theatrical acts
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  • site that offers free courses, teachers are great, very well attended, painting courses, fine arts, drawing, etc.
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