Aracaju is the capital of Sergipe, one of the Northeastern States of Brazil, and coincidently, the smallest one, but nonetheless, full of history and beautiful touristic sites.
Previously, we posted about Sergipe’s first capital, São Cristovão, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Now, a few images from the state’s current capital:
Aracaju, is an example of the first planned cities in Brazil, and was built with the intention of becoming the state capital. It was founded in 1855, as the capital of Sergipe.
Enjoying the night beauty of Aracaju:
Other historical cities from the northeast of Brazil:
São Luis, Maranhão Eyes to the world Teresina, Piauí Interior da Bahia Olinda, Pernambuco João Pessoa and Ponta do Seixas, Paraíba Maceió, Alagoas Igarassu, Pernambuco Vila dos Remédios, Fernando de Noronha, Pernambuco Rio Grande do Norte
- Brazilian Landmarks in the Northeast Region (portugueseblog.org)
- Snapshots from indigenous culture in Pernambuco, Brazil: arts and crafts of the Fulni-ô tribe (3rdculturechildren.com)
- São Cristóvão, the fourth oldest city in Brazil. (3rdculturechildren.com)
- COLORFUL BRAZIL: Vale Festejar! at Convento das Mercês, São Luís (MA) (adrianoantoine.wordpress.com)
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That is a beautiful city; the pictures tell a wonderful story. Thanks!
Thank you for stopping by, Marcia!
Another wonderful set of photos!
Thank you, Gilly, for your continuos sport, incentive and thoughtful comments! 😮
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Thank you very much!