Beach of the Santinho - Florianópolis.
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Beach of the Santinho - Florianópolis.

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Santinho beach seen of the north coast, dunes and also Ingleses beach. Florianópolis. Santa Catarina. Brazil

The Santinho beach is known by having ancien indian inscriptions registrated on its rocks, in both coasts. One of those images was similar to a saint and end up stolen of the beach by a Priest.

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