Museum of the Sacred Art of the Good Death, Goias

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  • I visited this Museum and I was delighted with the sculptor Veiga Valley are pieces of with details that enchant anyone, the guide who accompanied us very articulate and explains everything with lots of details.
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  • Well kept, clean space, with well-preserved pieces related to the history of the city. Some items only from the dismount of churches of the same period in that region. There are guided tours and it's done by a side entrance of the ancient Church.
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  • Beautiful sacred works, many of them of intangible value. Excellent opportunity to meet a small church but with a wonderful collection. Entrance fee 4 real.
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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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