Igreja de Sao Francisco de Assis, Sao Joao del Rei

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Architectural Building
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • and a lovely Church in great detail, is much visited by tourists, one of the most beautiful scenery of the city.
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  • Imposing church is worth visiting, but my view is nothing but an air of nostalgia as it should. Looks like it was modernized, the facade is very beautiful.
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  • How many churches in Minas Gerais this is quite beautiful and with a tranquility that draws attention. The cemetery where, indeed, is the tomb of Tancredo Neves.
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  • Linda
  • One of the beautiful expressions of the Baroque style Miner at the end of the gold cycle, showing unfinished parts in duration. Makes it so something more beautiful and instructive in the preview, which lets you know the process of the work. The circular forms architecture brings unique aspects in this building.
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  • Beautiful church! Doesn't have the freshness to ban shooting such as Ouro Preto and admission is really cheap, 4.00 R$ you pay. The Fund is the cemetery where he's buried Tancredo Neves. Worth the ride!
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  • Very beautiful church. Historical heritage. But don't fall into the trick of having to pay to enter. You are not obligated to pay.
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  • Linda Church. Cobra 4 reais to enter. Check out the change because I was wrong (and the collector acted in bad faith) when I visited day 24 December.
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