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Sister Dulce memorial, Salvador

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Sister Dulce memorial tells a gripping story of a frail but courageous woman who fought for the poor and sick. You can visit the chapel where she prayed, and her personal items and documents are displayed in the museum. The museum gives the guests an opportunity to reflect on the true values and meaning of our lives. To visit Sister Dulce memorial and other attractions in Salvador, use our Salvador trip itinerary builder.
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  • The memorial is located in the lower town, there is little less than 01 (UM) kilometer of the Church from Mr. Bomfim and him are exposed objects belonging to Sister Dulce, a nun who devoted your life to the cause of the poor, having built a hospital to pick up, free of charge, thousands of needy people in various specialties and even of high degree of complexity. Is an exciting visit!
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  • Learn about the life and work of Sister Dulce is a sign of gratitude for everything that this great little baiana did for this people. At the memorial, free entry, you can see some of it.
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  • I met not only the Memorial but all the work of the institution that is beautiful and it works! Worth knowing and mainly collaborate with this wonderful job that Sister Dulce started!!!!
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