Ouro Preto became known as an “open-air museum”, for the way in which it preserved the nucleus of colonial houses.
In 1982 it was rightly declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with Olinda.
Referred to as having as many churches as there are days in the year, the city boasts Baroque and Rococo gems, dispersed in the tangle of streets, alleys and alleys evocative of their original times.
Highlights in Ouro Preto:
The old town and many of the churches, especially those of São Francisco, Nossa Senhora da Conceição and Rosário dos Pretos, and more… 362. Is it?
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