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Terreiro de Jesus Square - Pelourinho - Salvador - Bahia - Brazil
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Largo Terreiro de Jesus em Salvador - Bahia.


Foto produzida pela XYZ 360 graus por Daniel Farjoun (www.xyz360.com.br)

Aos que não gostam de pimenta, quando forem pedir um Acarajé peçam "frio", porque o "quente" é com pimenta (e muita).

Ao chegarem no pelourinho, cuidado com os "guardadores" de carro.
Se possível, vá de táxi e use guia se for REALMENTE necessário. Cuidado com eles pois ameaçam querendo mais e mais dinheiro. 

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Tags: outdoors; church; cultural; bahia; pelourinho; salvador; xyz 360; daniel farjoun
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