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“The most interesting thing in Rio Branco”
Review of Palacio Rio Branco

Palacio Rio Branco
Ranked #1 of 38 things to do in Rio Branco
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Owner description: Tue-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat-Sun 4pm-9pm
Reviewed October 18, 2012

Palácio Rio Branco is the most interesting sight of Rio Branco, a city with almost nothing to do or see. It is the state government seat and was built in the early years of the twentieth century. There you can learn a bit about the history of Acre.

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Reviewed May 25, 2012

I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the beautiful Palacio Rio Branco museum, learning a lot about the region and the capital of Acre. Business brought me to Acre, and, from speaking with other Brazilians, I'd not found anyone who had ever visited this fascinating, charming region of the country. Very surprising, since I mention in my hotel review that I enjoyed hospitality and service that I've found nowhere else in Brazil thus far. The former Governor's Palace is now a great museum- and an art deco lover's dream. We enjoyed a tour with a young woman who made a great effort to explain the exhibit in English, but regardless of her proficiency, one needn't know Portuguese to appreciate the beautiful designs and modern presentation of the rich culture found in this region of Brazil. The history of the state of Acre, the many indigenous tribes in the region, and the amazing design of this art-deco masterpiece of a building needed no tour-guide, as their images were on full display. An impressive and beautifully-presented museum in a city which was a pleasure to visit. What a warm welcome, this museum.

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