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Palacio Rio Branco, Rio Branco

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Government Building Architectural Building
Bring your family along for an educational day at Palacio Rio Branco, a museum/palace exhibiting the rich culture of this state and its capital. The building is an art deco lover's dream, located right in the center of town. This important landmark stands as a living proof of the country's modernity. A tour by local college graduates can guide you through the region's cultural heritage and local art, presented inside the museum’s many elaborately decorated chambers. Also on display are drawings by Chico Mendes, a Brazilian rubber tapper, trade union leader, and environmentalist who fought to preserve the rainforest. To visit Palacio Rio Branco and get the most from your holiday in Rio Branco, create itinerary details personal to you using our Rio Branco itinerary builder.
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  • houses a museum city center many attractions to visit in walking distance including the Novo Mercado Velho and riverfront  more »
  • This building has a very interesting architecture and it is full of history. There is a tour guide who can help with all the information you need.  more »
  • Not the type of building you expect in this quaint town in the middle of the Amazon but it surely reflects past glories.  more »
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  • Tourist and historic place!
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  • Good for tourism.
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  • It has a super cool Museum. The history of Acre, full of detail and seriousness.
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  • The most visited public building of Acre. Opened in 1930, served as the official residence and workplace for several Governors. Today is a museum.
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