The Teatro Amazonas or the Brazil Theater, or the Brazilian Opera House, is one of the timeless landmarks in Brazil's history and will remain so for centuries.
Located in the Brazilian city of Manaus in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the Amazon Theater was built between 1884 and 1896 during the height of the rubber boom era in Brazil. It was built with materials from all over the world, such as furniture from Paris, marble from Italy and iron from England.
The Amazonian theater is topped by a huge dome decorated with yellow, green and blue Brazil colors. About 36,000 ceramic pieces were used to make this dome.
The theater is still active and active so far, where it still hosts many of theatrical performances, as well as hosts many events and festivals.
If you are visiting Brazil one day, do not think too much before visiting Amazonas Teatro.