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These little chapels are a milestone in many countries and in the case of Brazil it is no different.

Here in Brazil I believe it is a tradition passed by Portuguese colonization.

Whenever I find them on my many trips, most of the time on back roads (I don’t like highways) I stop and photograph.

note: the featured image is of a niece, Esvânia Elisa Pilhalarme (Borborema, SP-Brazil)

3 comments

  1. Jane Lurie · April 2

    Interesting project and terrific images, Antonio. 👏🏻

    Like

  2. Antonio Mozeto · April 2

    Many thanks, Jane.

    Like

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