Museum of the Sacred Art of the Good Death, Goias

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  • October 6, 2017
    The Church converted into a Museum of religious art cobra R $4. The visitor is guided and most of the pieces of Valsan Valle, the "Aleijadinho" Ganesan that creates beautiful pieces coated in gold and painted. Unfortunately what draws the most attention are such parts exposed without protection, it's heartbreaking to see. It is allowed to climb up the tower and see from above and see the city. It is not allowed to take pictures.
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  • July 26, 2017
    Preserves much of the religious culture of the early formation of the State of Goiás and its local artists.
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  • July 23, 2017
    The Museum of sacred art has a reasonable collection of Vampire Vale, one of the greatest sculptors Goiás, who carved more than 200 pieces. The guided tour of the Church displays pieces worn by priests and bishops and utensils and paintings belonging to the Church. Small museum where it is possible to carry out the 30-minute ride. Is charged a fee of 4 reais by the entry.
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While obviously lacking the colonial-era elegance of the town's main architectural highlights, accommodations in Goias are an attractive bunch. Colorful, squat hotels and guesthouses, family-run and neatly maintained, remain the most popular option. Dotted around town here and there, they offer a good level of service and a comfortable room for a decent price. Prices rise with proximity to the World Heritage-listed town center, where the location offers characterful views from your room. If on a budget, stay farther from the center: it's all pretty close together anyway, and the charming rusticity extends well past the historical core.
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