When I left that friday around 3pm, I was still the only visitor. What a pity. There's a fantastic collection of religious art and the whole complex is in splendid condition. But even more impressive were the fantastic views on the Bay of All Saints, through the little windows. A beautiful garden is set up around the church and convent. Unfortunately, the place is surrounded by a less attractive neighbourhood. The short and steep Ladeira de Santa Tereza in front of the main entrance is the best way to get here. Strolling down the Rua do Sodré felt left comfortable. Note that this museum has special opening hours. It's open on mondays but closed in the weekend. It's not allowed to take photographs inside.
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