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Pelourinho

Published about 4 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Pelourinho means whipping post in Portuguese, and this was the old slave auction location in the days when slavery was common. Slavery was outlawed <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pelourinho-brazil">...(more)</a>

Gold Church #2

Published about 4 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Sao Francisco Church - Salvador Bahia Brazil. 800kg of gold

Gold Church

Published about 4 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Santa Barbara Church at Pelourinho - Salvador - Bahia

Published over 4 years ago by Farjoun, Daniel

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The Santa Barbara Church was built on the oldest neighborhood called Pelourinho, in Salvador - Bahia

Front of the Barra Lighthouse - Farol Da Barra - Salvador - Bahia

Published over 4 years ago by Farjoun, Daniel

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  This panorama is from Salvador, Bahia (Brazil).The place called Farol da Barra, is the first seaport of the whole continent, being built in 1696.Panorama by Daniel Farjounwww.xyz360.com.br   

Barra Lighthouse - Farol Da Barra - Salvador - Bahia

Published over 4 years ago by Farjoun, Daniel

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This panorama is from Salvador, Bahia (Brazil).The place called Farol da Barra, is the first seaport of the whole continent, being built in 1696.Panorama by Daniel Farjounwww.xyz360.com.br 

VIRTUR-Copacabana, Beach in front of sculpture of Dorival Caymmi, Posto 6

Published almost 5 years ago by Holger Jung-Gercke

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The Panorama was taken in front of the sculpture of Dorival Caymmi (April 30, 1914 – A<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/copacabana-beach-in-front-of-sculpture-of-dorival-caymmi-posto-6-rio-de-janeiro">...(more)</a>

Escadaria do Paço

Published about 5 years ago by Fernando Pinto

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Festa de Iemanjá - Rio Vermelho

Published about 5 years ago by Fernando Pinto

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Festa anual, que acontece no dia Dois de Fevereiro em Homenagem a Mãe das Águas, Iemanjá. Oferendas, agradecimentos e muita fé numa festa que mistura o religioso com o profano.