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Museu Carmen Miranda, Rio de Janeiro

The Carmen Miranda Museum showcases a collection of photographs, posters, musical recordings, and, of course, gigantic fruity hats worn by the singing star.

The Carmen Miranda Museum showcases a collection of photographs, posters, musical recordings, and, of course, gigantic fruity hats worn by the singing star. The building looks like an abandoned space capsule in the middle of the Flamengo Park.


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11:00

17:00

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11:00

17:00

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11:00

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11:00

17:00

About Museu Carmen Miranda

 Avenida Rui Barbosa, 560 - Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 +55 21 2334-4293

 carmen.miranda.nom.br

Museu Carmen Miranda and Nearby Sights on Map

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Sugarloaf Mountain

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