Turismo Rio Negro Palace Cultural Center Por No Amazonas é Assim Postado em 24 de janeiro de 2014 1 minutos o tempo de leitura 157 Compartilhe no Facebook Compartilhe no Twitter Compartilhe no Google+ Compartilhe no Reddit Compartilhe no Pinterest Compartilhe no Linkedin Compartilhe no Tumblr Built at the outse of the XX century, in an ecletic style, to be the private residence of the German Waldemar Scholz, a rubber baron, it was purchased by the government in 1918 to become the seat for the Executive and the residence of the governor, remaining as the palace for dispatches up to April 1995. In 1997, the State Government turned it into the Rio Negro Palace Cultural Center owing to its architectural beauty and historical value with open spaces for popular and classical music recitals, exhibition, launching of books, theatrical shows and other cultural activies. Following an expert consulting from technicians from the Bank of Brazil – CCBB, the State Secretariat for Culture designed the new format for the Rio Negro Palace, air conditioned and suítable for all kinds of exhibits. Among the various exhibits, which have taken place at the Rio Negro palace Cultural Center, we highlight the “memórias da Amazônia” international exhibit – featuring the ethnographic collection of Alexandre Rodrigues Ferreira, receiving in excess of 50 thousand visitors; the Salão Plástica Amazônica; Brennand – Exhibit and Drawings by Francisco Brenand; Opera: art and history; the George Huebner Exhibit of humor, comic strips and animation: Long live the Brazilian Cinema and Sharaku Revisited by Japanese Contemporary Artists. Opening Hours Tuesday to Friday from 10 pm to 04 pm Sundays from 05 pm to 08 pm Location Av. Sete de Setembro – Centro 69.005-141 Manaus-amazonas-Brasil Palacio Rio Negro Comentários com Facebook Compartilhe isso:TwitterFacebookCurtir isso:Curtir Carregando... Selecionados Para Você!