Manor Of The Marquesa Of Santos, Sao Paulo
(4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Manor Of The Marquesa Of Santos is a well preserved museum where Marquise of Santos, the noble Brazilian mistress of Emperor Pedro I used to live. The mansion explores her loving relationship with the emperor, daily life with friends, domestic life with slaves, and other relationships including the one with her husband whom she later married. The museum has large rooms with authentic furniture, rich collection of items, and high windows. Be sure to see the antique advertisements about sale of slaves or slave labor for pastry making, a sign of historic times. Use our Sao Paulo itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Manor Of The Marquesa Of Santos and other attractions in Sao Paulo.
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  • I have visited the Manor a few times and found it very nice furniture, books, letters, all I had in the House. But in November I was there and there was nothing left of the table, only the property. My sister came from the River just to meet, was disappointed and I tb. We talk to the teacher about it, she tried to convince us, but failed. Anyway, the solar da Marquesa, there's nothing left of the table. Frustrating!!!! The visit is in half. I didn't like!!!!!!
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  • Building very well located. Tells a story of one of the most interesting women to study in the history of Brazil. However, it seems that the people who work there, do all the lousy taste. Work pushed and not also for pleasure. Poorly organized, little interest, collection in a bad state. REGRETTABLE! The point of the desire to buy the Manor, only to take better care of them.
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  • I was very disappointed in entering a place that saves so much history, but there's nothing of the character, but her bath. I just couldn't find sad because I could see some details of the structure and previous painting.
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  • Amazing historic place. I went there for a specific event and loved it. Couldn't check the expositions but they always have something cultural happening.
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  • Sempre é bom um lugar de cultura!
  • Bom lugar