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Why You Should Visit Manaus, the Jewel of the Amazon

Why You Should Visit Manaus, the Jewel of the Amazon

The Amazonian city of Manaus, capital of the state of Amazonas in Brazil, is a jewel waiting to be discovered by any traveler passing through northern Brazil. If you’re passing through on your way to Iguacu Falls or Belem, don’t just pass it by as one more city you’ll be passing through on your journey; consider staying overnight in Manaus so that you can enjoy its beautiful surroundings and learn more about its history and culture. Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t miss Manaus while in Brazil.

The beauty of nature

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Manaus is one of the best places in the world to visit if you want to experience the magic of the Amazon Rainforest. It has many beautiful green areas, and you can explore a variety of natural wonders nearby, from wildlife reserves to state parks. Plus, it’s an excellent opportunity to enjoy all that Brazil’s largest city offers as well!

Beaches that are amazing

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The city of Manaus isn’t located on an ocean shore, but it still has some amazing beaches. Near this city, the Negro and Solim*es rivers merge to form the Amazon River, resulting in a natural phenomenon known as Meeting of Waters. Among the most popular beaches in the entire city are Ponta Negra Beach and Moon Beach.
Ponta Negra Beach is located near downtown Manaus and it is one of those beaches that are amazingly beautiful. The sand is white and clean, plus it is surrounded by tropical forest in case you want to escape from all people visiting your favorite beach. While on Ponta Negra Beach you can also see a beautiful mountain called Pico da Neblina.

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Architecture of the Colonial Era

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Those who are passionate about architecture won’t be disappointed in Manaus. There are many examples of colonial architecture and its later influence, including the Amazon Theatre and Palácio Rio Negro. In addition to being an important part of Brazil’s cultural heritage, these buildings have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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