Experience the Amazon in Singapore!

Get a first hand experience of the Brazilian Amazon from now till 30 November at City Hall.

The Embassy of Brazil is showcasing the biodiversity of Brazil and its sustainability efforts in their exhibition Amazonia in Singapore, to celebrate 30 years of bilateral relations between Brazil and Singapore as well as raise awareness of the sustainable development and conservation of the Amazon forest.

The interactive photo and video exhibits provide a macro and micro view of life in the Amazon. Also on display are the beautiful jewellery of Fabrizio Giannone, and stylish sculptures by Beatriz Maria Doria.

Do pay the exhibition a visit!

Venue: Basement of City Hall, St Andrews Road (oppostite the Padang)

Date: 20 – 30 November 2009

Admission cost: Free

Please see www.AmazonExpo.com for more information.

Image courtesy of Embassy of Brazil

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