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Capela de Santa Luzia, Vitoria

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
The city’s oldest religious structure is Capela de Santa Luzia, built in the 16th century of stone, lime, and clay tiles. This simple rectangular building is a national landmark, and has played an important role in the history of the city and the entire region. You can take a free guided tour of the chapel, or drop in on your own when you visit the city’s historic Upper Town. Visitors often remark that this building seems frozen in time, having kept almost all of its features, now several centuries old, completely intact. Don’t miss a chance for a quick stop at a timeless place, unaffected by change and impervious to the modern times. Plan to visit Capela de Santa Luzia and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Vitoria attractions using our Vitoria tour planner.
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  • Small but it was great to know more about the story. Worth knowing. Lies in the historic centre and is part of the circuit.
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  • The chapel of Santa Luzia is today a small museum and unheralded. Is close to the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Church of São Gonçalo. Hidden by modern buildings of the Palace of Justice that today no longer works there.
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  • The Chapel is being reformed, just saw outside, sits on a stone, has conversed structure since the time it was built. The Board set out in front of the same says that was the first to be built in Victoria.
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  • Foi também um espaço que promoveu a arte em Vitória. Várias exposições aconteceram no local. Lembro , era 1982 quando participei de um Salão de Arte e tive o prêmio de melhor desenho a grafite.
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