The Palácio Rio Negro in Manaus, Brazil, is a former seat of government and residence of the governor of the state of Amazonas.
The Mercado Adolpho Lisboa, also called Mercado Municipal or Mercadão, is a marketplace located in Manaus, Brazil.
Meet the insects, fish and reptiles you might encounter later on in the Amazon jungle and river. Good for families with children.
The Meeting of Waters is the confluence between the dark Rio Negro and the pale sandy-colored Amazon River, referred to as the Solimões…
A popular recently renovated beach and a meeting point for the locals where various festivals take place. Watch the sunset from there.
If you don't feel like going to the jungle, see the animals in safer conditions.This is a friendly small zoo with a manatees breeding…
Built by the British in 1902, this beautiful eclectic-style building now serves as an office of the Brazilian tax department.