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Forte Sao Joao, Vitoria

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  • The Fort St. John was dating back to the colonial period. It was built to defend the entrance to the Bay of Vitória. Was for many years the seat of the Clube de regatas Saldanha da Gama, is now completely abandoned. Does not have visitation.
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  • A place that tells a good story, but I don't have a schedule for visitations and has no collection to tell the story of the Fort.
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  • The Fort is abandoned, well pinchado. It's a shame the disregard of City Hall and the State Government with this location, located on Victory Bay, opposite the Rock and one of the main avenues that is the beira-mar Avenue is outrageous view that the tourism potential of the construction is being wasted, assign the location for construction of the Museum do imigrante is ridiculous in a town where there is no incentive for museums, or libraries and archives. If it was sold to the private sector turns it into restaurant or the ceremonial area would be much more leveraged.
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