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(Belem, Brazil)

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Re. Welcome to the Jungle!
Anne, please know that I visited in February of 2012 and the work was finished. You should definitely head back to Belem to properly finish-off the museum as soon as is possible!
Posed on 20/2/2012 by B Sykes

Re. A Belem must
I'd say that Casa das 11 Janelas historic site is important as much as one you mention. Also, there is great restaurants for you to eat in - meaning that you can try fantastic seafood next to river after afternoon full of walking around.
Posted on 10/1/2012 by Fernando Silva

A Belem must
Regardless of personal interest in religious matters, a visit to the Basilica de Nossa Senhora de Nazare Moorish temple is a must. There is great art and architecture to be seen and this place also provides the perfect setting for becoming friendly with some of the locals as it is among the region's most revered religious sites.
Posted on 7/1/2012 by F Spennington

Welcome to the Jungle!
We were shocked when someone told us that we could get a taste of the Amazon right here in Belem at the Emilio Goeldi Museum. An afternoon here was an afternoon well spent, just a shame that the aquarium section and the snake section were both closed! Oh well, maybe next time.
Posted on 12/12/2011 by Anne Edwards

Vive La France!
I found lovely neighbourhood in old town area of Belem. As a French national, it was wonderful for me to see classic French architecture everywhere and there were lovely little cafes to stop at whenever we felt tired or need a coffee.
Posted on 23/1/2010 by Francoise Rebelland