Teatro Da Paz, Belem
Teatro Da Paz, Belem - Address, Phone Number
Address: Rua da Paz, s/n - Centro, Belém - PA, 66017-210, Brazil
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Teatro Da Paz, Belem
Opened in 1874, in a time that is now known as the ‘Golden Age of Rubber’ in Brazil, the theatre is now regarded to be one of the greatest examples of Italian style neo-classical architecture. Since then, it has been home to many magnificent theatrical and operatic productions, and continues to be one today. Even if you’re not inclined to actually catch a show, you must at least take a guided tour of the premises, and gain an insight into the Rubber Age influences of art and architecture, such as the French statues, the ornate chandelier, Portuguese tiling, and busts representing music, poetry, comedy and tragedy.
Teatro Da Paz Ticket Prices
- Contact the establishment for prices of guided tours. Check the attraction website box office for show prices.
Teatro Da Paz Opening and Closing Hours
- Guided tours last about 30 minutes, and set out every hour at 9am-12pm and 2pm-6pm.
How To reach Teatro Da Paz by Public Transport
- Belem Bus Station.
- Ask locals for public transport info.
- Take a taxi.
- Drive, and ask for directions.
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Very beautiful teather, with fantastic guide to bring you back into the past of majesty and glory!
Teatro da Paz, an1874 construction, symbol of the rubber boom period. Its neoclassic style was inspired by the Scala Theater, in Milan. It was renovated in 1904, but maintains its original features.
The tour guide was great at explaining the history of this Theater and connect it with the history of Belem and Brazil.
Incredible theater! A must to go, even for a visit (not necessarily to see a play or the opera).