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Museu Do Indio, Botafogo

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Alexandra
Alexandra
August 08, 2016
Featuring multimedia exhibitions on Brazil’s northern tribes, the small Museu do Índio provides an excellent introduction to the economic, religious and social life of Brazil’s indigenous people. Next to native food and medicinal plants, the four life-size dwellings in the courtyard were actually…
Alessandra
Alessandra
April 28, 2016
Museum of the Native Brazilian community.
Yuseff
Yuseff
March 25, 2016
Museu sobre os povos indígenas Museum about the indegenous people os Brazil
Gustavo E Ana
Gustavo E Ana
May 09, 2014
Great museum about Native South Americans
The Hobbit
The Hobbit
March 22, 2014
The Indian Museum. A place where you can meet and see a lot of Indians and understand the culture of our native people.

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Lokacija
55 Rua das Palmeiras
Botafogo, RJ 22270-070
Broj telefona+55 21 3214-8700
Internetska stranicamuseudoindio.gov.br
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