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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 majority of accommodations in Salvador fall into three distinct groupings. If you want to be close to the best historical attractions, stay in or near the old town of Pelourinho, a few minutes from the city's west-facing coastline. This also puts you in the heart of Salvador's tourist-driven nightlife. Your second option is to stay at the southwestern tip of the city, in the neighborhood of Barram, where you'll have instant access to one of Salvador's favorite beaches. Finally, look a bit farther afield to Rio Vermelho, a quieter beachside neighborhood facing south.
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  • Short visit via Salvador bus. Had a 20 minute free tour of this place but could have stayed longer if we had time. Watched a Portuguese film about this prior to going so understood some of her work. C...  more »
  • Really impressed by this unusual installation where her face is visible from 360 degrees as you move around it. tribute to someone who has done a lot of good in this run down area.  more »
  • A little sad woman can change the world? Yes, she did it. Go there and know about this nun and hers remarkable work. Free of charges, but you will want let some tip for her charity.  more »