sábado, 26 de março de 2011

The Docks

Inaugurated on May 13, 2000, at the Docks is one of the areas that most reflect the Amazon region. National reference, the resort embraces cultural and gastronomy, culture, fashion and events in the 500 meters in the river shores of the ancient port of Belem are 32 thousand square meters divided into three warehouses and a passenger terminal.
The boulevards were the result of careful restoration work of the warehouses of the port capital of Pará. The three English iron sheds are a characteristic example of architecture of the second half of the nineteenth century. Cranes external trademarks Station, were manufactured in the United States in the early 20th century. Already the steam engine in mid-1800, supplying power to the equipment of the port. The ruins of Fort San Pedro Nolasco, where an amphitheater was built, were originally built to defend the border in 1665. The space was destroyed after the Cabanagem Movement in 1825, and revitalized for the inauguration of the station.
Drama, music and dancing are fun options daily. Onstage sliders, pop and rock music are some of Para rhythms that pack the afternoons and evenings for visitors. Para musical groups also have space on the edge with the project Sunset Sound. Theatrical productions for all ages are known through the projects Put sunsets and Stage Free. In addition, holidays are always special programming.

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