Sunday, 7 May 2017

Historic Centre of São Luís,Brazil.

They date from the 1615 plan laid out by Portugal’s chief engineer in Brazil, following conquest of the fort that had been established on the site by the French in 1612. Harmoniously expanded through the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, the historic centre is an outstanding example of a Portuguese colonial town adapted to the climatic conditions of Equatorial America, with traditional Portuguese architecture adapted to incorporate raised piers and shuttered, wooden verandas.
This beautiful card was received with thanks from Paulo.
2005 Stamp-Professions -Dressmaker.
2006 Stamp-Professions-Manicure.
Date of Inscription: 1997
Ref: 821

No comments:

Post a Comment