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Historic patrimony and government house of Espírito Santo, the Anchieta Palace is a jesuit building, wich was erected between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Originaly, the building functined as a church, named Santiago's Church, and as a...more
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Praca Joao Climaco s/n | Cidade Alta, Vitoria, State of Espirito Santo 29015-110, Brazil
A terrific visit, guided by Wesley in good English. He was knowledgeable, interesting and the palace is a fine place to learn about Espírito Santo and Vitória. It was a real bonus to have an English speaking guide who was so fluent, and so helpful.
This is a central attraction in Vitoria and is steeped in history. They only have the living areas open in weekends so we were only able to visit some of the building and the art gallery. Staff there were very attentive and keen to provide...More
Date of experience: November 2017
Agendamento P, Mediador Cultural at Palacio Anchieta, responded to this reviewResponded 4 January 2018
Thank you shirlzb for the feedback, we are so glad about your great experience here with us.
The main historical building of the city of Vitoria. Today, it is the seat of government, but it was the first Jesuit church in the State of Espírito Santo.Place of pilgrimage of the devotees of priest Jose Anchieta, since he was buried in this building...More
When you see this building you must wonder what other beautiful buildings in Vitoria have been destroyed in the name of modernisation. This is a gem amongst the traffic and fumes of the city. I have only ever seen it from the outside but this...More
I have been many times over the years in Vitoria because my mother is from there. I never really had an interest to explore and get to know better the city since I was very young, but last december i made my mission to do...More