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Our Lady d'Abadia church, Goias

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#4 of 6 in Historic Sites in Goias
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Our Lady d'Abadia church is located in Goias. Plan your visit to Our Lady d'Abadia church and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Goias itinerary planner.
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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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  • I liked this place , the history of the statues etc is interesting , def worth a look if your in town !!  more »
  • The Church was closed, but your facade is beautiful and the beautiful view. I haven't had the opportunity this time to watch the sunset from there, that must be incredible.
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  • The most beautiful of all! Very well preserved and conserved. Represents well the churches of the time. I advise you!
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