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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Brazil
Olinda
 Olinda is set in a tropical landscape.
Brazil
Olinda
Se Church
 View of the church from its gardens.
Brazil
Olinda
Se Church
 The carved stone entrance.
Brazil
Olinda
 Tourist and world cup football t-shirts.
Brazil
Olinda
 Typical street scene in the old city.
Brazil
Olinda
 Cobbled streets in the old city.
Brazil
Olinda
 Steep hilly streets.
Brazil
Olinda
 Ornate house front.
Brazil
Olinda
 Wrought iron balconies.
Brazil
Olinda
 Pastel coloured house.
Brazil
Olinda
 Colourful house.
Brazil
Olinda
 Shutters and tiles.
Brazil
Olinda
 San Pedro Church.
Brazil
Olinda
 Large town house.
Brazil
Olinda
 The modern port of Recife seen from Olinda.
Brazil
Recife
 Recife was once a major port for exporting sugar.
Brazil
Recife
Casa da Cultura
 The Casa da Cultura was once a colonial prison.
Brazil
Recife
 Recife railway station.
Brazil
Salvador
 Salvador is a former capital of Brazil.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 The hilly streets of Pelourinho, the older colonial part of Salvador.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Cobbled street with painted houses in Salvador.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Salvador's prosperity was based on the African slave trade. It is still the most African part of Brazil.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Grand building at the top of a hill.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Government building.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Locking up.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 The Church of San Fransisco dates from 1723.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 The interior walls are covered with blue tiles called azulejos.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 The courtyard is covered with azulejos (blue tiles).
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 Painted blue tile with much detail.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Pastel coloured buildings.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Street scene in the colonial centre.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Restaurant.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 The Church of Rosario is at the top of a hill.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 Fine stone work on the windows.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 The interior walls are covered with Portuguese style tiles.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 Painted Portuguese tiles (azulejos).
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 African artifacts for sale.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Shops closed for Easter.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Galleries and shops.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Houses with metal balconies.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Cathedral
 Fine stone carved exterior.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Cathedral
 The ornate interior of the Cathedral.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Cathedral
 Highly decorated side chapels.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Post box.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Pretty street scene.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Picturesque Pelourinho.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Hotel on the hill.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Steep street.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 The Sao Domingo Church has one bell tower to avoid playing completion tax.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Office buildings.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Carmo Church.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Steps near the top of Pelourinho.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Carmo Convent
 The interior of the convent.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Coat of arms.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Typical views in the upper old city.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Yellow and pink painted buildings.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 The pretty streets of Pelourinho.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 Metal balconies on a steep cobbled street.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 The Palace of Rio Branco.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
 The Church of Santissimo Sacramento Ida Rua do Paco is at the highest point in Pelourinho.
Brazil
Salvador
All Saints' Bay
 All Saints' Bay.
Brazil
Salvador
All Saints' Bay
 All Saints' Bay was visited in 1501 by Amerigo Vespucci, the European who gave his name to the Americas.
Brazil
Salvador
All Saints' Bay
 Boats in the bay's harbour.
Brazil
Salvador
 View of the modern city on the coast.
Brazil
Salvador
 Salvador is very hilly.
Brazil
Salvador
 The Elavator links Pelourinho with the lower modern city.
Brazil
Salvador
 The lower city.
Brazil
Salvador
 Building covered with Portuguese tiles.
Brazil
Salvador
 Street scene in the lower city.
Brazil
Salvador
 Salvador by the sea.
Brazil
Salvador
 Santa Maria Fort.
Brazil
Salvador
 The city's beach is next to the city itself.
Brazil
Salvador
 The city's beach is very busy.
Brazil
Salvador
 Coconut stall.
Brazil
Salvador
 City and coast.
Brazil
Salvador
 Enjoying the sea.
Brazil
Salvador
 Three men in a boat.
Brazil
Salvador
 The Atlantic coast at Salvador.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Santo Amaro is a small town near Salvador with a Saturday market.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Santo Amaro has a strong African ambience.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Dried fish.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Garlic and squash.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Ceramics.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Okra (Ladies' Fingers).
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 Sweet potato.
Brazil
Santo Amaro
 A small bar.
Brazil
Minas Gerais
 One of the many mining towns and villages in the state.
Brazil
Minas Gerais
 Mining town.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Ouro Preto is a colonial mining town set on several hills in Minas Gerais.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Ouro Preto was founded in 1711 after gold was discovered in the nearby hills.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 During the 18th century, Ouro Preto was more populous than Rio.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Praca Tiradentes
 Praca Tiradentes is dominated by the former prison, built in 1784.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Praca Tiradentes
 The prison was used between 1784 and 1854.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Praca Tiradentes
 Ouro Preto is a picturesque colonial city.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The streets of the city are hilly and cobbled.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Buildings on several levels.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The colonial houses of Ouro Preto are set on hilly, cobbled streets.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The city has many colonial churches.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 One of the many colonial churches in the city.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Many colonial churches in the city are on hilltops.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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