Santos Religious Arts Museum, Santos

(3.8/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Next to the Church, preserved, unhappy idea who replaced the floor (negative point for allowing and think this is beautiful, ignorant to the extreme). Presents some gravestones, as was customary for burials in churches (interior and forecourt). The Museum has many parts, in various materials and supports. Statues, paintings. Although the space is small, I think that the acquis is well representative. Have a beautiful view from the top. The whole is harmonious with the nature. Has night lighting. Has small shop. Has monitored visit.
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  • The site where the Museum was born as a small church, after incorporating also the monastery of St. Benedict. Despite the place being pretty big and not being able to take pictures, the ride becomes enjoyable for your time and knowledge transmitted by local guides, who understand ALL of this kind of art and make a tour of amazing. There is at least one piece of inestimable value stored there: the first image of Catholic Saint made in Brazil of author known: this is the image of our Lady of conception made by John Gonçalo. Interesting also a framework of benedito Calixto, who re-creates the famous scene of the last supper with the Saints in the background.
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  • This museum depicts the history of Brazil enough and has enough parts preserved. It's not the kind of Museum that appeals to me, so I didn't think it was amazing, but for people who identify themselves with this kind of art (sacra), tend to like it a lot.
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