Land of Culture

Religious Heritage

The Bahian religious heritage is rich and diverse. In addition to the Monastery of St. Andrew of Ancede, there are numerous churches, hermitages and chapels that are scattered throughout the county and that over time have helped to build the landscape of the territory. More than monuments, they are cultural and spiritual manifestation, places that successive generations have consecrated. To visit them, to appreciate the landscape, to visualize the physical and symbolic motivations of its location, is to understand the thickness of the historical sedimentation of the settlement of these lands.

 

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