Fazenda Babilonia, Pirenopolis

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#3 of 43 in Outdoors in State of Goias
Built in 18th century, Fazenda Babilonia was carefully preserved to tell a story of Brazil’s historical values. Considered a national heritage, the farm mansion was built by slaves using stones, wood, and adobe. Some of the wooden pillars are 15 m (49 ft) long and half a meter (2 ft) wide. The main reason to visit the farm is for an intense gastronomic trip by trying the local cuisine of the region. Go for breakfast, and savor some of 30 dishes provided, made from products from the farm. The mansion includes a large balcony, slave quarters, dining room and surrounding buildings. To visit Fazenda Babilonia on your holiday in Pirenopolis, and find out what else Pirenopolis has to offer, use our Pirenopolis tour itinerary planner.
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  • All preserved for five generations of the family of Roxanne axe. Since the served in the café backcountry to the way of life of his own family, which resides there. Fundamental basis of culture pirenopolina, Guyana and brazilian. A trip back in time with great sympathy, hospitality and unforgettable flavours.
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  • The farm Babylon offers a guided tour where you can learn a bit of local history, cases and curiosities of the last century. Backcountry coffee, main attraction, is sensational! Real food festival, get ready to experience a combination of varied local flavors with influence.
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  • I'll say here what I would like to have read on TripAdvisor, but no one commented: If you are tired of waterfall (or if it is cloudy), it is worth visiting the farm Babylon. It's a trip back in time. But I have to warn you: access: asphalt to the entrance gate of the property. Then a few more minutes of dirt road to the entrance of the farm. Duration: is a "fast". Make a tour within 30 minutes, when the guide will explain what was the farm and how they lived in the old days there (and will introduce you to the "gaiada", rs). From there, you're free to stay in the property, walk through the House and the land and take pictures. Price: You have two options: just visit (without breakfast), costs $22/person. If you want to take the colonial coffee, you pay R $78/person (the ride is included in that price). My suggestion: If you don't do a lot of issue of colonial coffee, just make the visit. With $78 you can eat very well in city food similar to coffee, and left for dinner or to pay for two people.
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  • 18th century farm, relatively well preserved. The brunch has lots of regional food.
  • An excellent location for sightseeing and gastronomic history. The farm preserves historic structures and tools. But the main attraction is the colonial coffee with recipes typical of the time. It's nice to go prepared for a breakfast and with heavy foods. The service is excellent and humorous. Great place to visit with the family.
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  • Great big house tumbled by IPHAN, well maintained. All that we attended were very polite, we love them all! Coffee delicious with recipes typical of the tropeiros redeemed by the owner, are the differential. Do not take breakfast on the day that is. The coffee is very sick and full of different options. I will be back!
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  • Unique venue and a must for anyone who wants to know. Is a historical 18TH century farm that serves a meal (breakfast) rescued the 19th-century costume.
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  • Great place to see some more of the story. Have a nice coffee sertanejo and a beautiful history guided in time to meet the big house. Recommend to everyone who may have the opportunity to get to know the place.
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As a major destination in its state, Pirenopolis offers substantial lodging options catering to varied clientele, from backpackers to families with kids. Possibly the best choice for most visitors, mid-range hotels offer clean rooms with TV, internet, air-conditioning, and laundry facilities. If you need more privacy, consider staying at one of the guesthouses, some housed in colonial-style residences and offering access to swimming pools and enclosed gardens.
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