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Amazon Theatre

The Amazon Theatre ( Portuguese: Teatro Amazonas) is an opera house located in Manaus, in the heart of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. It is the location of the annual Festival Amazonas de Ópera (Amazonas Opera Festival) and the home of the Amazonas Philharmonic Orchestra which regularly rehearses and performs at the Amazon Theater along with choirs, musical concerts and other performances.

Meeting of Waters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Meeting of Waters ( Portuguese: Encontro das Águas) is the confluence between the Rio Negro, a river with dark (almost black colored) water, and the sandy-colored Amazon River or Rio Solimões, as it is known the upper section of the Amazon in Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian ( Portuguese: Catedral Metropolitana de São Sebastião ) better known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro ( Catedral Metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro ) or as the Cathedral of St.

Arena da Amazônia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arena da Amazônia ( Amazon Arena) is the name of a football stadium in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, located on the former site of the Vivaldão stadium. The stadium has an all-seater capacity of 41,000 and was constructed from 2011 to 2014 as part of Brazil's hosting of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Palácio Rio Negro (Manaus)

Palácio Rio Negro foi sede do Governo e Residência Oficial do governador. Seu nome original era Palacete Scholz, construído pelo alemão Waldemar Scholz, considerado o "Barão da Borracha". Teve o nome alterado para Palácio Rio Negro em 1918 após autorizada a compra pelo governador do Amazonas, Pedro de Alcântara Bacellar.

Adolpho Ducke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Adolpho Ducke (October 19, 1876 in Trieste, Italy - January 5, 1959 in Fortaleza, Brazil), (also referred to as Adolfo Ducke and occasionally misspelled "Duque"), was a notable entomologist, botanist and ethnographer specializing in Amazonia. According to family records, he was an ethnic German with roots in Trieste Austro-Hungary (now in Italy).

Jefferson Peres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jefferson Peres (March 18, 1932 - May 23, 2008) was a Brazilian professor and politician and a member of the Brazilian Senate (Senado Federal).