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I enjoyed the museum as it had a variety of relics of churches from Brazil. It has the second largest collection of sacred oil lamp chandeliers in the world, second to the Vatican. Some of the religious artifacts are absolutely beautiful. Many times, some of...More
small but good collection of early brasilian religous art. also interesting is small section of original construction of pressed mud, straw, and wood, a good hour visit and also, across the street from one of sp`s best art musums, the pinecoteca.
I would barely call this a museum, it's more a collection of random objects from some churches, and I was kind of surprised because it was recommended in a guide book. If you are really bored and have time to spare, go, but otherwise it's...More
Churches in Brazil were and are important because to the deep link between politic and social state and church. It is in the roots of the country. Undeniable. if you like or want to learn more about those subjects this is a good place to...More
If you like sacred art, particularly the Catholic kind with its emphasis on the Virgin Mary, saints and miracles, then this is a good place to visit.
The presentation may not be as imposing as in some European or American museums but you can´t complain...More
This museum was so wonderful to visit. There is a gorgeous 18th century church and museum together full of nativity style art from many different perspectives. Our nine year old enjoyed it very much as she loves making diorama style of art. It is truly...More
I've been to a lot of sacred art museums and this was the best so far. Fabulous collection and labelled in Spanish, Portuguese and English. I learnt a lot from the information provided and i really loved the exhibits. Top quality. One of the guides...More