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It was difficult to find as the map locator is not accurate. We drove past several times as it was not well signed. It is free to visit. Someone has put graffiti on the monument which is disappointing. It was worth the visit even though...More
As with a number of other places in the world, this one you visit primarily to have your picture taken as proof that you actually were there. The equator (zero degrees latitude) runs directly through Macapa. The Marco Zero plaza has both a tall column...More
To see yourself in the middle of the planet can be an amazing feeling :-)
Beautiful place and view, mainly during the sunset.
The red colors are bright and strong, simply charming!!
Twice a year the sun bright thru the opening in the top of...More
The title says it all. I thought that was a myth but I assure you it is not! There a museum too but i did not visit it . Marco Zero is about 10 minutes from the center but with the trip. There is also...More
As in the title not too many of your friends can claim this and it's a great place to take the standard picture of you straddling both sides of the equator.
Steep steps up to the site but there is a long ramp for easier...More
There's not really much to see here. It's just an obelisk and marked line on the ground(which you can see in the photo). It's in the middle of nowhere, close to the sambadrome, with just some roads and large dirt car parks around it.