Igreja, Convento e Seminario de Nossa Sra. do Carmo, Itu

#5 of 9 in Historic Sites in Itu
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  • Stay in the historic central axis of the city of Itu still preserved old Buildings by the Carmelite priests Beautiful inside with life-sized images
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  • We participate in a mass and we can look at details of this historic momumento. The Church has paintings on the ceiling, lush.
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  • A place of great peace, some works of extreme value, responsiveness. The conservation of a historic site.
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  • Salvation is for all ... ... ... ... ... ... Blessed be God forever.
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  • A very special place
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