A beautiful place, full of super interesting tourist attractions in Manaus. Unfortunately, many of them end up going unnoticed by those who walk through the Historical Center, or even in more distant locations that contain some historical building.
For this reason, today we will highlight some cultural spaces and tourist attractions in Manaus that deserve a little more attention.
Palace of Justice
Built in the 19th century specifically to serve the facilities of the Judiciary of the State of Amazonas at the time, the Palace of Justice is located on Avenida Eduardo Ribeiro, facing the Teatro Amazonas.
Those who pass in front of this grandiose building usually think that this building still works as a Judicial Power. On the contrary, the Palace of Justice functions as a cultural center for free.
In the Cultural Center there is the Crime Museum room, where the most famous crimes of the city of Manaus are shown, the Jury’s Court rooms and the Full Court Room.
Works from Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm
Located in front of the Largo de São Sebastião and the Teatro Amazonas, in the historical center of Manaus, the Centro de Artes Visuais Galeria do Largo is very important for the history of the Amazon population.
It is also one of those attractions that goes a little unnoticed and forgotten, precisely because it also works with a coffee shop, and many people think it is a private attraction.
In this gallery are exposed several cultural and artistic works of Amazonian artists, such as Luiz Lima, Alonso Júnior and Micael Santos.
Visiting the space is free and receives several visitors and tourists in the art and culture space.
It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 3pm to 8pm.
Óscar Ramos Cultural Center
Recently inaugurated, the Óscar Ramos Cultural Center bears the name of one of the main Amazonian artists.
It is located at Bernardo Ramos Street, one of the oldest streets of Manaus, close to iconic monuments and known in the historical center. Because it is a relatively new cultural center, there are still people who think it is an old privately owned house.
The place runs from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 5pm, with free entrance.
Perhaps one of the most unseen attractions of the city of Manaus, the Museum of the Indian contains a collection where the visitor knows the way ethnic groups behave in harmony with nature, the history of the production of objects and how they are handled.
This Museum is located at 296 Duque de Caxias Street, built during the period of the Salesian missions together with the Tukano and Yanomami ethnic groups.
The visit to the Museum is open to the public from Monday to Friday and is divided into two shifts. In the morning from 8.30 to 11.30, and in the afternoon from 2pm to 4.30pm. On Saturdays from 8h30 to 11h30. The entrance costs R$5,00 to half and R$10,00 the whole.
Surely this is one of the places that is most worth visiting in Manaus and that adds to the knowledge of any citizen!
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