Nossa Senhora do Carmo Church, Sao Joao del Rei

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  • In love with this church, is not as rich as the other, but it's beautiful, so maybe be simpler. I loved.
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  • Church right in the historic center, where I saw a mass going on, full of gold, very old and interesting architecturally speaking.
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  • A beautiful church, similar to those of the Baroque styles, you pay a fee for visitation but unfortunately not allowed to photograph.
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  • The towers of this church are of traditional beauty and uniqueness among the other gives city. All your external architecture makes the visitor expect your interior is opulent, filled with rich decorations, which does not happen. Inside, white and blue colors. Symbolic colors, with specific function. Quiet place, quiet and cozy. Its bells, like other churches, they talk in their own language, announcing the religious events in the city.
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  • Because cobra the visit, that I don't like. But the same way like the parish of our Lady of Mount Carmel.
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  • The night visual around is very cool, especially the street
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  • Beauty and uniqueness, just great church with a beautiful architecture.
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  • Is a beautiful city, very important by libertarian movements of the Inconfidência Mineira. Birthplace of Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, Tiradentes, and other key conspirators.
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