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The Palace of Justice was design for to be the first Judiciary Amazonas State. Today is a cultural centre, where there are expositions, guide visit and happen events too . Upstairs the palace has the crime's museum, and preserve very well the...more
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Avenida Eduardo Ribeiro 833 | Centro, Manaus, State of Amazonas 69010-001, Brazil
Manaus is known for a great many things... most notably the Amazon Forest but one thing that isn't well known is that it housed Brazil's first law school.
The Palace of Justice's history of dealing justice is open for all to visit.
The building is just great and one can take many pictures. The guide on our visit was very enthusiastic. The folders indicate that the museum is open from 5 - 9 on Sundays but actually that has been changed and is now open on Sunday...More
This is a marvellous new classical building but, as it is located just behind the Amazonas Theatre, with many trees in leaf, it gets a bit hidden and runs the risk to be not appreciated. Pay attention!!!
The building is closed due to indecision as to what it can be used for. Really worth looking at the massive statue on the roof. It was commissioned from France to show a blind woman holding the balanced scales of justice. The rubber baron's had...More