Museu Nacional do Mar - Sala da Amazônia.

The Amazonia Room recreates, in the National Sea Museum in Sao Francisco do Sul, Santa Catarina State, an Igarape, "canoe way" in indiginous language. The Amazonian people was lived in house built over logs to avoid the river flood in the rain season.

The National Sea Museum was created in 1993 and have the most important South American boat collection and artifacts. There is in Maranhão Room some samples of caracteristics boats of this Brazilian State.

Copyright: Rubens Cardia
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Uploaded: 02/12/2011
Updated: 26/08/2014


Tags: museum; boat; river; amazon; amazonia; museu; mar; oceano; veleiro; barcos
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