Museu Dica Frazão
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Museu Dica Frazão information
Lonely Planet review
Dona Dica Frazão has spent more than 50 years making clothing and fabrics from natural fibers, including grasses and wood pulp. Ninety years old and counting, she still guides guests through the display room of her creations, including a dress made for a Belgian queen, a tablecloth for a Pope and costumes for the Boi-Bumbá festival.