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Francisco Grippa Art Gallery

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A magic and colorfull place in the Amazon

After visiting Iquitos i headed to the borders of Peru but made a stop in Pebas. It is a place with... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2017
Martin K
One of Life's Amazing Experiences!

I toured Francisco Grippa's gallery and home while on a 10 day cruise down the Amazon River. The... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2016
Linda L
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4 Aug 2017
“A magic and colorfull place in the Amazon”
10 Aug 2016
“One of Life's Amazing Experiences!”
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Reviewed 4 August 2017

After visiting Iquitos i headed to the borders of Peru but made a stop in Pebas. It is a place with a lot to learn and with a nice culture history. I visited the Art gallery of Grippa which was very impressive. All his paintings...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2016

I toured Francisco Grippa's gallery and home while on a 10 day cruise down the Amazon River. The gallery/home is accessible by boat on the Amazon. Grippa's work is bright, passionate, expressive. The home and gallery are like nothing you would expect in the middle...More

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Reviewed 24 July 2012

Before to get there, I had no idea I would meet such a place. Francisco Grippa is a great artist and his house is just amazing. At the time, there was no fix price but you had to pay the ladies and maintenance. The rooms...More

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Catherine R
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I work up and down down the Amazon from the port of Iquitos to the border town of Santa Rosa/Leticia where Peru, Brazil and Colombia all come together. In Pevas there is a place - pretty comfortable. Private bedroom... More
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