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Palacete Misael Tavares, Ilheus

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Palacete Misael Tavares is located in Ilheus. To visit Palacete Misael Tavares on your holiday in Ilheus, and find out what else Ilheus has to offer, use our Ilheus trip itinerary planner.
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  • The Palacete Misael Tavares has a beautiful architecture and is part of the stories of Ilhéus. A shame not to be able to come and visit.
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  • is a historical building and very beautiful except that this marooned, cannot enter only if view outside even.
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  • As part of the story of Islanders would be interesting the site be opened for visitation. As seen only from the outside, I couldn't find anything more.
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