If you happen to be in the neighborhood... it is free, interesting starway. Not much. Another example of wealth during rubber boom.
The tour itself is self-guided with little or no descriptions of what you are actually looking at other than the name on each room. It is however possible to use some imagination what it might have been like when it was being used. There are nice views from the rear of the Palace over the gardens. It is a pity... More
Take the boat from Punto Davio - cost 7 Rias erach way and takes 20 mins. Although none of the staff speak English there is a guide card in English. Staff were really helpul. The security gurda has a two way radio and can contact the boats to check when the next one is due. The tour of the building... More
Built by a german rubber baron, a great manor of the tropics, and of interesting architecture and style. After the baron lost his fortunes, it passed on to banks, then the Amazonas State Government, as the government seat, and last, a public space run by the Culture department, for small exhibits and public visits. Free of charge, beautiful, and very... More
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