Very quaint and charming. Lovely for a the wedding we attended. Good accoustics. It's a small place above the beach. Not much more to say about it.
This church was built in the 1700s, as they didn't have ciment then they lay the bricks and put some whale fat to join them together. The place is very beautiful on the top of a hill. It makes us wonder how life was back then.
In Brazil the spoken and written language is Portuguese. Thus there can't be no "iglesia", only "igreja". Are we talking about the little old church between Armação and Praia dos Ossos? If yes, beautiful, worth a visit because of the location, but don't expect the Renaissance.
The St.Anne Church is on top of a hill at the bottom of Orlat Bardot. The church must be couple of hundreds years old. It's nice, but nothing very exciting, But the view you have from there is just unique, without mentioning the "flamboyan" trees with their red and orange flowers that are all around the Church. I suggest a... More
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