Memorial of Indigenous Culture, Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul - Brazil
The Memorial of Indigenous Culture is a cultural center located in the Brazilian city of Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul). Located in Indian Village Urban Marcal de Souza, one of Brazil, the memorial was built with treated bamboo, covered with straw bacuri and has a total area of 340 square meters and the first floor (280 m²) intended for display and sale of crafts. On the mezzanine is reserved for crafts workshop and store materials. The construction includes visitors with special needs with adequate bathrooms(Wikipédia) O Memorial da Cultura Indígena é um centro cultural brasileiro localizado na cidade de Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul). Situado na Aldeia Indígena Urbana Marçal de Souza, única do Brasil, o memorial foi construído com bambu tratado, coberto com palha de bacuri e possui área total de 340 metros quadrados e no primeiro piso (280 m²) destina-se a exposição e comercialização de artesanato. No mezanino é reservado para oficina de artesanato e depósito de materiais. A construção contempla os visitantes portadores de necessidades especiais com banheiros adequados (Wikipédia).
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