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Pelourinho, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil

Pelourinho, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil

can't wait to be here next month- Salvador de Bahia, Brazil

can't wait to be here next month- Salvador de Bahia, Brazil

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Pelourinho. Salvador da Bahia, Brasil. Foto: whl.travel

Pelourinho. Salvador, Bahia, Brasil  There's such a eeriee and old school feel to this. There must be so much historyy

Pelourinho. Salvador, Bahia, Brasil There's such a eeriee and old school feel to this. There must be so much historyy

The Most Colorful Cities in the World—Pelourinho, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

The Most Colorful Cities in the World—Pelourinho, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

Pelourinho is Salvador de Bahia's historic center and is home to some of the prettiest pastel-hued colonial architecture in Brazil.

Pelourinho is Salvador de Bahia's historic center and is home to some of the prettiest pastel-hued colonial architecture in Brazil.

Colourful place in Brazil ... I'll be there soon!

Colourful place in Brazil ... I'll be there soon!

Estádio Fonte Nova will host six World Cup matches, including a last-16 game and a quarter-final. The stadium is only 15-20 minutes' walk from the Pelourinho, the old town, which will be packed with World Cup revelers at the bars and restaurants. Find more best places to watch the World Cup in Brazil: http://pin.it/V6SKWXH

Estádio Fonte Nova will host six World Cup matches, including a last-16 game and a quarter-final. The stadium is only 15-20 minutes' walk from the Pelourinho, the old town, which will be packed with World Cup revelers at the bars and restaurants. Find more best places to watch the World Cup in Brazil: http://pin.it/V6SKWXH

To be there.

To be there.

Once the capital city of Brazil from 1549 up until 1763 when it was succeeded by Rio de Jeneiro, Salvador da Bahia is considered to be the happiest place in the country. Description from fivestarvagabond.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Once the capital city of Brazil from 1549 up until 1763 when it was succeeded by Rio de Jeneiro, Salvador da Bahia is considered to be the happiest place in the country. Description from fivestarvagabond.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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