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Rosario church, Vitoria

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Churches, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
Built by slaves in 1765, Rosario church is one of the oldest churches in Brazil. The Baroque-style church houses a small museum with photos and items use for religion processions, a collection of religion icons, a neo-gothic altarpiece, and a cemetery in its corridors. No wonder it was registered as an artistic heritage in 1945 by Institute of

National Artistic Heritage. It is accessible by huge stairs facing the sea. Take a look at our Vitoria travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Rosario church and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • I got married there! It is a small church for about 200 people. Very cosy to have a wedding there and looked lovely. It has been restored not long a go and it is very charming. Worth a visit! 
  • It is a historic church, Baroque style, the stairway is unfortunately vandalized frequently, but it is a beautiful building in the upper town, in Victory
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  • Small church in Baroque style. Unfortunately the staircase that leads are in pretty bad shape (graffiti, dirt) and not always open to visitors.
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