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Museu do Índio explores the history and society of Native Brazilians, with 14,000 artifacts, 50,000 photographs and 200 audio-visual recordings.
Museu do Índio explores the history and society of Native Brazilians, with 14,000 artifacts, 50,000 photographs and 200 audio-visual recordings. The garden has indigenous houses and courtyards which present the domestic life of the people.
Rua das Palmeiras 55 - Botafogo
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