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Museum of Religious Art, Salvador

(4.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Museum of Religious Art is located in Salvador. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Salvador holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Museum of Religious Art and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • For those who are interested in history and sacred art is a tour not to be missed! The Museum, bound the UFBA, is well maintained, spacious, offers several pieces of different artists, and always a contemporary exhibition. Recommend!
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  • It was a pleasant surprise to find a beautiful and very well-kept Museum in the center of Salvador. Despite the Museum's surroundings present a certain decadence, it is deployed in an area of great beauty, with stunning views over the Baia de Todos os Santos. Access is easy, with public transport within 50 m. The admission is pretty cheap and the amount and preservation of works of art are impressive. Be sure to visit.
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  • In addition to having a wonderful collection of sacred art, the site features totems to get doubts about various symbolisms. The view is very beautiful, especially when viewed from Windows surrounded by beautiful tile. However, to get out is a little tense; necessary to maintain the attention.
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