cxx0528The appearance of the San Francisco Church in El Salvador is shocking, and it makes people feel the long history and exquisiteness. It’s a pity that I didn’t go in last time, and I read other people’s comments, it’s also very gorgeous, it’s worth seeing
乖小咪The Salvador New Water Stadium is a famous football stadium in Brazil. We went there just in time for the Brazilian national team game. The whole stadium is really crowded, the audience cheers one after another, and the feeling of the scene is really superb. At the same time, the vision is very broad, and we can't stand joining the carnival team. This kind of enthusiasm is really exciting.
cxx0528The Pero Vulino Square in El Salvador is like a colorful town. It makes you feel happy when you walk on the road. Sometimes there are band performances in the square, drums and singing, and the cheers of tourists are very enthusiastic. Worth visiting
曽小姐the elevator connect the old town and new town in area of post office and pier. outside the gate to elevator in old town level there is museum converted by old government office and platform to have bird’s view of new town.
乐天的静I love this sort of places where people find a unique way to be present forever. The walls of colored ribbons tied are just beautiful and unique. The church is too, but as churches go this one is not amazing, although is beautiful. But come to see the ribbons, is like that tradition in Paris.
Salvador, the capital of Brazil’s northeastern state of Bahia, is known for its Portuguese colonial architecture, Afro-Brazilian culture and a tropical coastline. The Pelourinho neighborhood is its historic heart, with cobblestone alleys opening onto large squares, colorful buildings and baroque churches such as São Francisco, featuring gilt woodwork.
Salvador in Bahia State is very different to the southern parts like Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo. The famous lifts are the landmark feature of Salvador. It's worth the trip up north.
The mysterious and vibrant state of Bahia in northern Brazil has always attracted many visitors to explore and visit. The world cultural heritage city of Salvador is the most unique and magical city.
El Salvador was the capital of Brazil from 1549 to 1763. The city retains a strong Bahia culture and has a Portuguese Catholic church that displays the rich Portuguese architectural art.
There are also African cultures and indigenous colors that have been passed down from West African slaves. El Salvador is the most African city in Africa. It is deeply influenced by African religious music and dance. Because it is the city with the largest number of black people outside Africa in the world, it has a nickname Black Rome.
In addition to the profound cultural heritage, there are many charming beaches in the area, and the coconut groves are everywhere. It is also a popular holiday destination for Brazilians.