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Monte Serrat

São quatro minutos de pura emoção, subindo de bondinho os 147 metros da encosta do Monte Serrat rumo ao topo, onde estão o antigo cassino

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With its nave of colored marble, this church is one of the loveliest and oldest in Santos.

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Also known as Mauá Palace, this is the oldest residential  building in Santos, constructed in 1818, with an area of  3000m², and renovate

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Designed in 1836 and concluded only 30 years later, due to the wars against Uruguay and Paraguay, the Council Chamber and Prison is an ar

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The city’s main arts complex, the Patricia Galvão Cultural center comprises the Brás Cubas Municipal Theater, the Rosinha Mastrângelo Are

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The Old Arsenal is the only colonial military building of its type in Brazil, with original 17th-century Portuguese characteristics, and

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The only construction in Neo-Manueline style in São Paulo State and one of the few in Brazil, this building was inaugurated in 1900, stil

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This building, the first in Santos to be constructed as a theater, was inaugurated in 1882 and destroyed by fire in 1981, with only the e

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The city’s biggest theater, with seating for an audience of 1000, the Teatro Coliseu has had its current characteristics since 1924.

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Installed in a fine mansion built in early 20th-century neo-classical style, the Benedito Calixto Art Gallery is an important cultural sp

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The resting place of the ashes of José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva, the ‘Father of Independence”, and his brothers Antonio Carlos, Marti

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Saint Catherine’s Mount marks the foundation of Santos – knowing the exact spot of its foundation is a privilege that few cities in the w

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The Benedictine architectural complex composed of the Igreja Nossa Senhora do Desterro (Our Lady of Exile Church) and the old São Bento (

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A true architectural treasure, Valongo was the first station in São Paulo State to hear a train whistle.

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Considered one of the country’s most important archaeological sites, the São Jorge dos Erasmos mill was the first sugar-cane mill in Braz

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Also known as Palacete Mauá, this is the oldest residential building in Santos and today is used for commercial purposes.

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This architectural monument of great historical value, with an area of more than 2,000m², was started in 1836 but finished only 30 years

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The Casa da Frontaria Azulejada is one of the most important architectural works in Santos.

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