Tag: colonial architecture

Colorful houses in Olinda PE
Culture, History and Religion in Salvador, Bahia and Northeast

Colors of houses and buildings in the colonial architecture of the northeast

The colors of the facades of the houses and buildings preserve the identity of the Northeastern colonial architecture. Many houses, buildings, mainly churches, monasteries, squares and streets, date from the time when Brazil was colonized mainly by the Portuguese. In addition, several other peoples, such as the Dutch, Jews, English, French, Arabs, Spaniards, Russians and Africans […]

Hide picture