Salvador, Bahia.

One of the things I liked most of Salvador it’s downtown; Pelourinho, full of colors, people and life. I loved those nooks, ups and downs and narrow streets that invite you to take a coconut water hiding of sun. As in every city center there are many government buildings. In a huge square is La Cerda elevator that takes you from the high part of the city to the bottom part saving a lot of time, it measures seventy meters. You walk a little and you get to a place where you see many locals enjoying the cool under the trees and in the middle of it is a statue of a black man who fought for the liberation of slaves, called Zumbi. Walking a little further we came within a square where you can appreciated more the charm of downtown Salvador and colorful buildings. We went to the church…

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