Adolfo Ducke Forest Reserve (Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke). The reserve was established in 1963 in honour of the entomologist and botantist Adolfo Ducke (Oct 1876 - Jan 1959) who was one of the most respected experts on Amazonian flora and is a 10,000 ha protected area on the outskirts of Manaus.
With a population of 2.1 million people in 2017, Manaus is the most populous city in the Brazilian Amazon area and the 7th most populous in the country. It is located on the north bank of the Negro River, 18 km (11 mi) above the meeting of the rivers where the Negro merges with the Solimões, to form the Amazon proper.
The Manaus Opera House (also known as The Amazon Theatre) is a working historical landmark that currently accommodates the Amazonas Philharmonic and plays host to the annual Amazonas Opera Festival. In the midst of the Amazon Rainforest lies a truly enchanting piece of Renaissance architecture.
It was elevated to a town in 1832 with the name of "Manaus", an altered spelling of the indigenous Manaós peoples, and legally transformed into a city on October 24, 1848, with the name of Cidade da Barra do Rio Negro, Portuguese for "The City of the Margins of the Black River".
A casa de música tem esse nome em homenagem à pianista, que é considerada por muitos a figura mais importante na cultura musical do Amazonas. Ivete Ibiapina iniciou sua vida artística muito cedo, tendo feito sua primeira apresentação em público com apenas 6 anos.
Largo de São Sebastião Histórico O Centro Cultural Largo de São Sebastião é um espaço artístico e cultural, circunscrito no entorno e adjacências da Praça de São Sebastião, no centro da cidade de Manaus, gerenciado pelo Governo do Estado do Amazonas, por intermédio da Secretaria de Estado de Cultura.
Igreja de São Sebastião em Manaus Under the direction of Gesualdo Marchetti Lucas in 1888, the building of the Church of St. Sebastian, in Manaus, Amazonas state, is neoclassical, with some elements medievalists, and its interior is marked by stained glass panels and Europeans, and the style of the time.
In Manaus, there is a well known handicraft fair on avenue Eduardo Ribeiro, downtown; watch the movie and see more photos here and here. There are also several shops selling regional handicraft, such as Ecoshop and Galeria Amazonica, as well as shops in every mall and shopping center.
Website(s): http://www.tropicalhotel.com.br/hotsite.index.page?HO=manaus&LO=en; Description: Open since 1976, the Tropical Manaus Zoo consists of approximately 100 native species of Amazonian fauna, housed in more than 20,000 square meters of the grounds of the Hotel Tropical in Manuas, Amazonas, Brazil.
The Manaus Opera House (also known as The Amazon Theatre) is a working historical landmark that currently accommodates the Amazonas Philharmonic and plays host to the annual Amazonas Opera Festival. In the midst of the Amazon Rainforest lies a truly enchanting piece of Renaissance architecture. The Manaus Opera House (also known as The Amazon Theatre) is a working historical landmark that currently accommodates the Amazonas Philharmonic and plays host to the annual Amazonas Opera Festival.
Porto Museum - MAP where does the Annex building of the State Legislative Assembly and former Treasury building. Tourists can visit the Museum of Porto, through its collection, tells the story of navigation on the Amazon and the construction of the Port of Manaus.
Built in 1874, the former police headquarters of city of Manaus has recently been restored and is now a museum, Palacete Provincial. It houses several excellent exhibits, including art by contemporary Amazonas artists, colorful paintings, a comprehensive coin display, and old photographs depicting the history of the Military Police in Manaus.
The Palácio Rio Negro in Manaus, Brazil, is a former seat of government and residence of the governor of the state of Amazonas.The original name was Scholz Palace, built by the German entrepreneur Karl Waldemar Scholz, who was considered to be a "Rubber Baron".
Praça Dom Pedro II ainda cercada por grades Localizada no início da Avenida 7 de Setembro, a Praça Dom Pedro II foi Inaugurada em 1897 e era inicialmente cercada por grades de ferro fundido, removidos em 1907 e instalados na entrada do Mercado Adolpho Lisboa.
praÇa tenreiro aranha praÇa tamandarÉ com monumento de tenreiro aranha homenagem dos amazonenses ao 1º presidente da provincia do amazonas, vÊ-se ao fundo a mercearia 103 hoje atual banco itau da theodoreuto souto esquina com a guilherme moreira.
Totalmente revitalizada, a orla da Praia da Ponta Negra em Manaus virou o novo cartão-postal da capital amazonense e vale a visita. Saiba o que ver por lá! Totalmente revitalizada, a orla da Praia da Ponta Negra em Manaus virou o novo cartão-postal da capital amazonense e vale a visita.
Distance: 0.00km from the Seringal Vila Paraíso Museum Boi Manaus Festival (festival) - Who comes to Manaus in the month of October is received with a big party. Not the usual party with the city, hospitable and welcoming, receives visitors from any source, for business or pleasure.
A mobile police station will also be mounted nearby. The ostensible policing is the result of a partnership between the Manaus City Hall and the Department of State Security (SSP-AM). According to Deputy Mayor Marcos Rotta, the measure is part of the strategies to improve safety in the area of Cathedral Square. The place was a constant target ...
The Sumaúma State Park (Portuguese: Parque Estadual Sumaúma) is a small state park within the city of Manaus in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. It is located in the heart of a densely populated neighbourhood, and is threatened by pollution and illegal extraction and hunting.
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