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Casa dos Contos, Ouro Preto
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  • When I visited there was a private exhibition in the slave quarters with objects used to mark, punish and keep an eye on the slaves. The House of tales has exhibitions in several rooms. Fantastic!
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  • The place is a trip back in time! From coins from the time of the Empire, to colonial furniture. You can take pictures in almost all locations, with the exception of the slave quarters, because it is a private collection. Admission is free and there are people in all the rooms to provide guidance and explanations on the objects exposed. Recommend!
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  • Admission is free. Can photograph everything but the slave quarters in the basement, private collection. Before starting the visit, you can watch a little film of 10 minutes telling the story of the building (worth it). The slave quarters is very interesting, especially because it shows various instruments used to hold slaves (sad, actually). In other rooms, it is possible to know the history of coins in Brazil. There is a gazebo as well. Worth knowing.
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