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  • 1 Teatro José de Alencar Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    R. Liberato-Barroso 525 BR - Fortaleza 60030 160

    Built in 1910, this theatre is a precious vestige of the early-20C city, strongly influenced by the French Belle Epoque. It is laid out in two parts that flank an interior court: on one side stands a neo-Classical façade housing the hall, the ticket ..

  • 2 Fortaleza Centro de Turismo Recommended Recommended

    Towns and villages

    R. Senador-Pompeu 350 BR - Fortaleza

    A craft market and two museums now occupy the galleries of this colonial-style former prison (1866). The interesting Museu de Arte e Cultura Popular exhibits some 1 500 sculptures (wood, terracotta and woodcut) where the religious fervour of the inha..

  • 3 Centro Cultural Dragão do Mar Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    R. Dragão-do-Mar - Praia de Iracema 81 BR - Fortaleza

    The Centro Cultural Dragão do Mar is a 30 000m2 cultural complex, which was inaugurated in 1999 and encompasses an auditorium, theatre, cinema, planetarium and two museums. The Memorial da Cultura Cearense presents theme-based exhibitions on regional..

  • 4 Museu do Ceará Interesting

    Museums and art

    R. São-Paulo 51 BR - Fortaleza

    Over the course of a dozen rooms, the Museu do Ceará recounts the history of the state of Ceará, in particular the abolitionist struggles that shook the region in the 1880s, and the growth of its capital, Fortaleza, at the turn of the 19C. You can al..

  • 5 Ponte dos Ingleses Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    BR - Fortaleza

    Before Mucuripe Port was constructed (1940-1980), boats used to draw alongside the tip of the Ponte dos Ingleses, a metal pier at the entrance to Iracema Beach. Today it is used by passers-by, who lean on the illuminated handrail as they admire the s..

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