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We enjoyed taking in the overall vibe here--everything from the statue of Tiradentes, to the historic buildings, the street vendors and musicians, and the wayward tourists struggling to get just the right selfie. Of course you have to spend a little time here when you...More
Rich in history and Baroque arquitecture, the museum it a must and delicious restaurants near by. The should stop the car traffic through that area, is hard to absorve the moment while worrying about been runner over by a car.
Not a place to linger it's a main square with a number of tourist shops and a statue, and more importantly it's a traffic hub with cars traversing the area. The roads leading off of here is were the historical areas are and are less...More
Lovely place to visit,,,,my Brazilian friends insisted ,,,when we arrived I thought I was in Kerry ,Ireland,,pony and trap joy rides every where ,lots of bars,casual restaurants,,friendly people and musical band playing on the square made for a lovely memorable visit,
This vast, cobbled plaza sits on a plateau in the middle of Ouro Preto, with many arteries shooting off down very, very steep hills. The centrepiece is an unremarkable statue, with the city museum standing at one end and the science museum at the other....More
To be seen both by day and by night per the illuminations. At night there are concerts staged in this plaza and a famous sambista drew a well behaved crowd of students that filled up the plaza. Streets are rough cobblestones in many areas hard...More