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A well presented historic reminder of the courage and seamanship of Portuguese sailors and Ships. Whilst not fitted out it is a wonderful replica in size and sure to enthuse young and old. As a non Brazilian I appreciate it more when the guide explained...More
My kids loved the real sized scale Portuguese nave you have inside this place. There is also monitors to explain and tell you curiosity about the colonization life. It is a really interesting place to visit!
The great part of this tiny museum is the life size replica of Pedro Álvares Cabral ship. There is also a botanical garden with all the natural flora from the region during the time of the Portuguese arrival in 1500s.
In the absence of local museums that conveys the history of the discovery of Brazil, this is THE attraction. It is not exactly a museum - maybe it is better than that, even if it relies much more on reproductions, like plottered banners and mixed...More