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São Paulo Museum of Sacred Art, Brazil Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
São Paulo Museum of Sacred Art, Brazil
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sacred Art Museum of Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Monastery of the Luz in Sao Paulo Royalty Free Stock Photo
The São Paulo Museum of Sacred Art Portuguese: Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo a museum dedicated to the collection and display of sacred art of Brazil. It is located in the Luz neighborhood of São Paulo in the left wing of the Luz Monastery, a religious institution founded in 1774 by Frei Galvão. The monastery is the only colonial building of the eighteenth century in São Paulo to preserve its original building elements, materials and structure. The monastery was listed as an architectural monument of national importance in 1943 by the National Institute of Historic and Artistic Heritage IPHAN and subsequently by the State of São Paulo Council for the Defense of the Historical, Archaeological, Artistic and Touristic Heritage.


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