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Ruinas do Abarebebe, Peruibe

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  • The ruins are the ruins and are abandoned. The place as a whole is abandoned. Should be better exploited as tourist spot. Lack on-site leisure options.
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  • After being informed that the site was closed and no the girl guides of the kiosk on the beach decided to go anyway. Actually at the scene there was no one but the gate was just leaning and could go in to do some photos. Site completely abandoned that deserves more attention mainly because it is historical heritage.
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  • in first place is hard to find. Not that nothing indicated. To visit must have time to anywhere that indicated
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  • I tried to visit today's was closed and it was around may day!!! What a pity!!!! Nor had communicated anything at the entrance and opening hours and would open or not.
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  • Was closed, abandoned and covered with bushes in full afternoon at 3 o'clock, a Sunday of the summer of 2017. Disappointing the public authorities do not care and deprive us of knowing this historic ruin, historical and cultural heritage of Peruibe and the State of São Paulo in Brazil. My zero will not contact the ruin, but to the Government who abandoned her.
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  • Closed by public indifference and ignorance that does not charge the public authorities. Unfortunate piece of forgotten history
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  • Beautiful place, Where you can take beautiful photos and enjoy for more brazilian culture. When hit with a tour guide the ride becomes more attractive. Place for quick visits. In 30 minutes I've met! There is no supervision and control over those who visit the place. It looks abandoned but is stunning!
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  • Important tourist point of Peruíbe and São Paulo, but unfortunately is very abandoned, are very ancient ruins and are part of the history not only of Peruíbe but from Brazil!
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