located in an old jail complex; small museum of excellent Brazilian stones; there are also artisans at work; the small articrafts store has one of the best selections in the city
The former Convent of St. Joseph dates of 1749, built by the first jesuit priests in Belém. Along the years, it has been used as convent, military barracks, warehouse, hospital and prison. In 2002, after being totally and beautifully restored, it was brought to life again as one of Belém's most active cultural centers. As it is not far from... 更多
In this place, over the posibility of visiting an old building and lerning about it's history, you can find a good quality regional products. Sure it can be more expensive here tham in the street shopps or in Ver o Peso market, but if you do not have much time to go around looking for that special souvernir you want... 更多
Nice place to go and see Para's production of ores in simplified form. Monday's are closed to visitation an shopping rings and necklaces; but another days, Thursday - sunday they are regular open. Also, if you have time in the city, you can make a order to jewelers to do your own necklace, ring or bracellet, after you choosing a... 更多
Here you can find all kind of gifts, arts and crafts and such to buy at the same place and for a fair price. Also visit the gems museum and offices where they craft jewelry.
In an unusual place once a prison, operates a museum of gems, jewelry craftshops and a charming chapel. You can find nice jewelry at fair prices. You can also order a personalised jewellery or make adjustments in yours. Well worth the visit.