Piaui Museum Odilon Nunes House, Teresina

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  • The Museum of Piauí has a interesting collection about slavery, archaeological finds, colonial and imperial period. The House itself that serves as headquarters to the Museum, which is actually a House, causing a dip in the past with your stairs, light fixtures, doors and Windows. Despite being living in Teresina, Piauí was the first time I went to the Museum and I was quite satisfied. There are also meeting rooms with modern and contemporary art, as well as records of local culture. The only criticism I have is that I got the feeling that the State has much more to show to the visitors. Our artistic growth and so many other riches already ask for a larger space for exhibitions. Certainly, many secular farms has saved and preserved treasures that could be donated to enrich the Museum. I loved the visit and will surely be a place I take friends tourists who pass by Teresina. I was very well received by Mrs. Raimunda, a lady kind and full of story to tell while walking by the Museum. On the way out, I took it and went to the Church of Sorrows, which is close to observe the architecture and pray.
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  • The Museum has just been renovated. Very nice place and worth a visit. Collection is not very well maintained, but there's something.
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  • The Museum of Piaui was created in 1934. Before it was public record in the State. Don't expect a big Museum. It's a small place that depicts the lifestyles of Piauí society of the 19th century and 20th century. Is a place for those who like to know a little about the history of the city and state you are visiting. It's pretty cool!
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