A beautiful theatre, well worth a visit on the regular guided tours. Excellent value (R$4). We also got a sneaky glimpse of that night's production.
This theater is very well kept and its beautiful architecture is a must see in Belem do Para. The surrounding city park/square (Praça da República) is also very impressive. The mango trees are all around and provide lots of shade during the visit.
Easy to explain: I found the Teatro da Paz in Belem more beautiful and interesting than the Manaus Opera House. Older than its famous cousin, it certainly has class and is kept in good shape. The entry fee was almost simbolic and our guide was knowledgeable and spoke fluent english. A very nice surprise as we were just strolling throught... More
I've never seen a grand old european theatre, let alone in the Amazon, so I found it interesting and impressive and def worth the visit. For 4Reals you get entry and a free guide, whose english was great and his talk interesting and funny
The Teatro (Theatro Nossa Senhora da Paz) just sit there by the Park. Built between 1869 and 1874 overlooking Praça da República still keeps its character. It is a pleasant photo of it sitting in the park
The theatre is set in a nice square in a good part of Belem. It is quite interesting to see how ornate this building is given the state of some of the rest of the city. Well worthwhile checking it out.
You should visit the interior of this beautiful theatre that exists since Pará was a huge rubber exporter. The decór is very different from what you would expect to find in this part of the country.
Beautiful theater, what a pity it is hardly ever used to stage events. I took my 13 year old half Brazilian daughter to see one of the few events that get staged. It turned out to be a series of rather poor school performances and most of the audience were parents. My daughter was so dissapointed she cried. A monument... More
This Theater is the testimony of the wealth of hte Region from 1870 until the beginning of the 20th century due to the natural rubber production monopoly (latex mad form sap of the rubber tree "seringueira"). It was inspired in the Scalla Theater in Milan, Italy and was built in 1870, having an splendorous architecture, inside and outside. Its stage... More
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