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Nice selection of authetinc artisan work of the native tribes

This is the fanciest store to buy items made by the natives. Each item has a tag specifying the... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
fluxoinfinito
To buy nice souvenirs

Good choice, low rate. Go inside and comme back home with plenty of authentic craft. Masks? wooden... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2016
Cmaltese1965
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May 4, 2017
“Quality Items, Off-putting Staff”
Mar 10, 2017
“Closed for lunch on a ship's visit!”
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The GaleriAmazônica is an initiative of ISA (Socio-Environmental Institute) and PWA (Waimiri Atroari Program) to enhance the art of traditional peoples of the Amazon through the Fair Trade pieces by artisans from over 30 different indigenous peoples...more
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Rua Costa Azevedo 272, Manaus, State of Amazonas 69010-230, Brazil
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

Interestingly the store is locked. Perhaps people were storming the place from the plaza to steal woven baskets or carved wooden items? Who knows. Or just using up the excellent and ice cold air conditioning? There is a fine selection of beautiful items, attractively presented...More

Thank BillLawson
Reviewed 10 March 2017

It was such a disappointment to our tour guide (one of three large bus groups scheduled to visit) to find the "Closed for lunch" sign posted to the door. Imagine our disappointment, too! The Gallery appeared to have an extrensive collection of woven, wooden and...More

Thank mccorquinn
Reviewed 3 March 2017

This is the fanciest store to buy items made by the natives. Each item has a tag specifying the people that made it and what is is for. Some of their stuff is hard or impossible to find elsewhere, others are available in other places....More

Thank fluxoinfinito
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Good choice, low rate. Go inside and comme back home with plenty of authentic craft. Masks? wooden craft, small but nice items.

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Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

The museum downtown is small although interesting. The small shop at the entrance however has several interesting pieces, get directly from the indians with no intermediaries, and the indian communities receive part of the profit according with the employee.

Thank fadnuned
Reviewed 30 March 2016

A little shop, which was nice the museum itself was all in Portuguese so we couldn't benefit from it.

Thank marisa e
Reviewed 21 February 2016 via mobile

This's that kind of place you never get tired about, every day you want to visit it to see what do they have new, good handmade pieces , not expensive as souvenirs at all. I got twice of them and am happy for that shop.

Thank Jewin1able
Reviewed 16 December 2015

Now if you would like to see local crafts in an ascetic setting with great quality, it will have a price. Well, I mean it will cost you. The market will have better prices, but then again, will that exact piece be available and what...More

Thank lloyd b
Reviewed 18 September 2015

This was an amazing store, more like a museum, with handicrafts from all over the Amazon. I was incredibly impressed by the quality of the products, and there were helpful signs in the store to describe the communities that created the products. The prices were...More

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