5 Sights in Natal, Brazil (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Natal, Brazil. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Natal, Brazil.

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1. Pinacoteca Potiguar

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The Potengi Palace Cultural Space, or simply Potengi Palace or Palace of Culture, is an imposing historical building dating from the 19th century located in Praça Sete de Setembro, in the city of Natal, capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte. The building, in neoclassical style, was the headquarters of the government until the 1980s, and, before that, housed the Provincial Assembly. The building is listed by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage (Iphan).

Wikipedia: Espaço Cultural Palácio Potengi (PT)

2. Praça André de Albuquerque

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André de Albuquerque Square, also popularly known as Red Square, is located in the Cidade Alta district of Natal, the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte. It is the geodesic point of the city and also its ground zero. Its name is due to the revolutionary André de Albuquerque Maranhão, who fought alongside the rioters of Pernambuco

Wikipedia: Praça André de Albuquerque (PT)

3. Fundação Rampa

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The Rampa located in Natal (Brazil), is a former passenger station and transport connection, used as a seaplane base. Due to its strategic position in Natal, Rampa has been used for missions of war in South America since World War II. Currently, it houses a Museum of Aviation and World War II.

Wikipedia: Rampa, Natal (EN)

4. Alberto Maranhão Theatre

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The Alberto Maranhão Theatre is a theatre located in the city of Natal, state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil."At the Teatro Alberto Maranhão, by its history, architectural beauty and tradition, the happiness of being here, walking in this place so full of artistic past."

Wikipedia: Alberto Maranhão Theatre (EN)

5. Coluna Capitolina

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The Capitoline Column is a Roman column, present from Italy to the people of Rio Grande do Norte, in gratitude for the good welcome offered to the aviators of that country, Carlo del Prete and Arturo Ferrarin.

Wikipedia: Coluna Capitolina (PT)

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