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So, after a rich tour program, we have two days of a beach holiday. That's great! We woke up at 6 o'clock in the morning, looked out the window, and saw there wind and rain... But the rain quickly stopped, the sun began to peep. Here's sansevieria or mother-in-law’s plant. It is...
This is Convento de Sao Francisco. We are going into the courtyard of the monastery. We visited several rooms. This is a ceiling. Cat is man's best friend. We came inside the church. This is a ceiling. We went into one of the rooms for the clergy. There is the ocean nearby...
We came to Mosteiro de Sao Bento . We saw it from the observation deck of the Cathedral. Some greenery grows on the roof. We went inside. Here's a ceiling. And in the other direction. What I like about the Catholic churches, is that you can sit there. We left...
We arrived at the former slave market. There are souvenir shops now, carnival dolls are also stored there. We are leaving. Here's such a small place. We came from there. And now we are going down. You can see Igreja do Carmo that we passed previously. We are going...
Let's go through the streets of Olinda and visit a souvenir shop. Let's also go there. We bought there some things for souvenirs. It is impossible not to shoot surroundings. Recife - the city of skyscrapers - is in the distance, and Olinda is the city of tiled roofs....
Olinda  was founded by the Portuguese in 1535. According to the legend, when they saw a beautiful valley, they exclaimed: "Oh, linda!" ("Oh, what a beauty!"). So the name has remained. The Old Town of Olinda was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1982. Cathedral of...
We arrived in Recife. Look at these houses! We arrived at the prison... Look, how many cells it has! We went inside. Corridors stretch to the left and to the right from this site. Now the prison was turned into a complex of souvenir shops. Cells were rented and now there is a ...
We are in the oldest part of Recife – Bairro do Recife. Let's go to the multi-colored houses along Bom Jesus Street. There is a light-yellow building of a synagogue before an orange building. The synagogue was opened in 1636 and it became the first American synagogue. The building has not...
Recife  is the capital of Pernambuco. The city was founded by the Portuguese in 1537 and it was initially called Pernambuco.   Recife is also called "The Venice of Brazil": there are more than 50 canals only in the city center, and many of them were built by the Dutch....