A visit to the Architectural Complex of the Port of Manaus refers to the great days of the Rubber Cycle, marked by elegance and luxury. Characterized by its great prosperity, this era allowed the construction of buildings with exquisite materials, in art-nouveau and neoclassical styles, which until today stand out in the local architecture.
Tombado by the National Historical Patrimony in 1987, the Set consists of several constructions: the building of the Island of San Vicente, Central Office, Museum of the Port, annex of the Legislative Assembly and the old building of the Public Treasure.
The Customs and Guardamoria, Trapiche 15 de Novembro and other warehouses, bridges, floating piers are also part of the complex.
The Port of Manaus serves the state of Amazonas, Pará, Roraima, Rondônia, Acre and areas of Northern Mato Grosso. It is one of the largest river ports in Brazil, the largest port in the Amazon and the third largest export port in the country.
How to get to Port of Manaus?
Located right in the center of the city, the Port of Manaus is easily accessible by the main bus routes of the city