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List of National Historic Heritage sites of Brazil

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The National Historic Heritage of Brazil are buildings, monuments, structures, objects and sites deemed of historic or cultural importance to the country. The register is maintained by the National Institute of Historic and Artistic Heritage of Brazil. This designation insures protection under federal law. The following is a list of current National Historic Heritage sites by state:[1]

Contents

List of National Historic Heritage of BrazilEdit

AlagoasEdit

Marechal Deodoro
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Architectural and urban site of Marechal Deodoro 2009
  São Francisco Church and Convent [pt] 1964
  House of Marshal Deodoro da Fonseca 1964
Palmeira dos Índios
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  House of Graciliano Ramos 1965
Penedo
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Architectural and urban site of Penedo 1996
  Church of Our Lady of the Chains [pt] 1964
  Church of São Gonçalo Garcia 1964
  Maria dos Anjos Convent and Church [pt] 1941
Piranhas
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Architectural and urban site of Piranhas 2006
Porto Calvo
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
Remainders of Colonial Village, particularly the Main Church of Our Lady of Presentation 1955
União dos Palmares
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Serra da Barriga [pt] 1986

AmapáEdit

Macapá
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Fort of São José 1950

AmazonasEdit

Manaus
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Mocó Reservoir 1985
  Mercado Adolpho Lisboa 1987
  Architectural site of the Port of Manaus 1987
  Amazon Theatre 1966

BahiaEdit

Andaraí
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Architectural and urban site of Igatu [pt] 2000
Cachoeira
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel 1939
Engenho Velho Chapel 1943
Chapel of the São João de Deus Hospital 1943
  House at Benjamin Constant, 1 1943
House at Benjamin Constant, 2 1943
House at Benjamin Constant, 17 1943
  House of Prayer of the Third Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1938
  Building at Ana Nery, 1, known as Solar Estrela 1941
Building at Ana Nery, 2 1943
House at Ana Nery, 4 1943
Building at Ana Nery, 7, former home of Ana Nery 1941
Building at Ana Nery, 25 1943
  Fountain at Dr. Milton square 1939
  Architectural and urban site of Cachoeira 1971
  Carmel Convent 1938
  Church of the Third Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1938
  Church and Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1938
Seminário de Belém Church 1938
  Church of Santiago of Iguape [pt] 1960
  Saint Anthony of Paraguassú Convent [pt] and ruins 1941
  Church of Our Lady of the Rosary [pt] 1939
Gardens of the São João de Deus Hospital 1940
  Municipal building 1939
  Engenho Vitória 1943
Engenho Embiara 1943
Building at Praça da Aclamação, 4 1941
Building at 13 de Maio, 13 1943
Building at Praça Dr. Milton, 23-A 1941
Building at Sete de Setembro, 34 1941

CairuEdit

  • Morro de São Paulo Fountain
  • Morro de São Paulo Fort
  • Saint Anthony Church and Convent

CandeiasEdit

  • Engenho Freguesia
  • Engenho Matoim

Castro AlvesEdit

  • Saint Joseph of Genipapo Chapel

IlhéusEdit

  • Our Lady of Santana Chapel

ItaparicaEdit

  • Architectural and urban site of the Church of the Holy Sacrament
  • Saint Lawrence Fort
  • Saint Lawrence Church

ItuaçuEdit

  • Mangabeira Grotto

JacobinaEdit

  • Bom Jesus da Glória Chapel
  • Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church

JaguaripeEdit

  • Building at Rua da Ajuda, 1
  • Municipal Palace
  • Main Church of Our Lady of Help

Lauro de FreitasEdit

  • Parish of Santo Amaro Ipitanga

LençóisEdit

  • Architectural and landscape site of Lençóis

MaragogipeEdit

  • São Roque farm's house and chapel
  • Municipal Palace
  • Santa Cruz of Paraguassu Fort
  • Main Church of São Bartolomeu

Mata de São JoãoEdit

  • Garcia d'Ávila's Castle

Monte SantoEdit

  • Architectural, urban, natural and landscape site of Serra do Monte Santo

MucugêEdit

  • Architectural and landscape site of Mucugê

NazaréEdit

  • House at Travessa da Capela, 2, known as Solar Ataíde
 
The Solar Ataíde building
  • Our Lady of Conception Church
  • Lady of Nazaré of Camamu Church
  • Our Lady of Nazaré Main Church

PalmeirasEdit

  • Landscape site of Pai Inácio hill

Porto SeguroEdit

  • Architectural and landscape site of Cidade Alta de Porto Seguro
  • Architectural and landscape site of Porto Seguro

Rio de ContasEdit

  • City Council and Jail
  • House at Barão de Macaúbas, 11
  • House of the Baron of Macaúbas
  • Architectural site of Rio de Contas
  • Holy Sacrament Main Church, including:
    • Two torches
    • Another two, smaller torches
    • A processional cross
    • Six pallium staffs
    • Two thuribles
    • A big, golden monstrance
    • A small, silver monstrance
  • Church of Sant'Ana ruins

SalvadorEdit

  • Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, Salvador
  • Chapel of Help
  • Chapel of Our Lady of the Stairs
  • Chapel of the Holy Body
  • Chapel and Monastery of Monte Serrat
  • Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows and Gathering of the Good Jesus of Forgiveness
  • House at Frederico Pontes Avenue
  • House at Joana Angélica Avenue, 149
  • Architectural elements of house at Sete de Setembro Avenue, 59, including:
    • Ground floor:
      • Noble stone carved door cover, with its respective nail finish and further component parts
      • Two wooden doors, on the inside of the hall, both with iron flags, and one with wooden lintel and jamb
    • First floor:
      • Grid room divider, in cropped wood, acting as a seal to the bulging arch between the superior hall and an internal room
      • Main hall door
      • Hall cupboard door
    • Second floor:
      • Four doors, with their respective lintels and jambs, one of which sports a door lock mirror
      • Two windows, with wickets, in the dining room
  • House at Baixa do Bonfim, 236
  • House at Carlos Gomes, 57
  • House at Inácio Alcioly, 4
  • House of the Seven Lamps
  • House of Castro Alves
  • House at 28 de Setembro, 8
  • Casa Pia and College of the Orphans of Saint Joachim
  • Tiles from Federal University of Bahia's rectory
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of Ana Nery square
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of Severino Vieira square
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of the hill of Saint Antônio of Barra
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of parts of the subdistrict of Penha, including:
    • Euzébio de Matos square
    • Slope of Bonfim
    • Teodósio Rodrigues de Faria square
    • Senhor do Bonfim square
    • Professor Santos Reis street
    • Stretch of Beira Mar avenue
    • Divina square
    • Benjamin Constant street
    • Teodósio Costa street, until aforementioned Senhor do Bonfim square
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of parts of the subdistrict of Conceição da Praia, including:
    • Marcílio Dias square
    • Manoel Vitorino street
    • Stretch of Visconde de Mauá street
    • Dionísio Martins street
    • Stretch of Sodré street
    • Macedo Costa street
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of public places on the perimeter of the subdistricts of Sé and Passo:
    • Monte Alegre street
    • Achieta square
    • Inácio Acióli street
    • Stretch of Doze de Outubro street
    • Santa Isabel street
    • Moniz Barreto street
    • Frei Vicente street
    • Gregório de Matos street
    • Ângelo Ferraz street
    • José Alencar square
    • Padre Agostinho Gomes street
    • Eduardo Carizé street
    • João de Brito street
    • Quinze Mistérios square
    • Custódio de Melo street
    • Stretch of Joaquim Távora street
    • Barão do Triunfo square
    • Luís Viana street
    • Ribeiro dos Santos street
    • Stretch of Silva Jardim street
    • Alfredo Brito street
    • Quinze de Novembro square
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site of public places on the perimeter of the subdistricts of Mares and Penha:
    • Adriano Gordilho square
    • Rio Araguaçu street
    • Rio Almada street
    • Belt of coastal waters, until aforementioned Adriano Gordilho square
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site included in stretches of Otávio Mangabeira avenue comprising Chega Negro and Piatã beaches, in the subdistrict of Itapoã
  • Architectural, urban and landscape site Historical Center of the City of Salvador
  • Architectural site of Carneiro de Campos Sodré and Travessa Aquino Gaspar streets
  • Levee, with its current water limits, comprising the urban and forest sites of the circling valleys, in subdistricts of Vitória, S. Pedro, Santana and Brotas
  • Building at Cairú square, where the Model Market is located
  • Building of the old Church and Hospice of Our Lady of the Good Journey and churchyard
 
Front view of the Church and Hospice of Our Lady of the Good Journey
 
Front view of the Church and House of the Third Order of São Domingos

ParaíbaEdit

Cabedelo
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Forte de Santa Catarina[2] 1938
João Pessoa
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Cultural Center San Francisco (João Pessoa) [pt][3] 1952
  Monastery of St. benedict (João Pessoa) [pt][4] 1957
  Church and convent of the Third Order of Our Lady of Carmo (João Pessoa) [chapel of santa teresinha church annex of Carmo; Convento e Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo (João Pessoa)] [5] 1938
  Church and convent of the Third Order of Our Lady of Carmo (João Pessoa) [Church of Our Lady of the Carmo; Convento e Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo (João Pessoa)] [6] 1938
  Church of Our Lady of Mercy (João Pessoa)[7] 1938
  Historic Center of João Pessoa [pt][8][9] 2009
Tito Silva Wine Factory [pt][10] 1984
  Source of Tambiá in João Pessoa [pt][11] 1941
Lucena
Image Heritage name Year of inclusion
  Church of Our Guide Lady [pt][12] 1949

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bens Móveis e Imóveis Inscritos nos Livros do Tombo do Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional, 1938 - 2009". Ministério da Cultura / Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (in Portuguese). 2009. Archived from the original on October 20, 2013.
  2. ^ "BENS TOMBADOS ATE MAIO 2019 NO IPHAN" (PDF). IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "Centro Cultural São Francisco". IPHAN. Retrieved May 23, 2019.
  4. ^ "Mosteiro de São Bento". Secretary of Tourism of the Municipal Government of João Pessoa. Retrieved June 5, 2019.
  5. ^ "Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo". IPHAN. Retrieved June 5, 2019.
  6. ^ "Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo". Secretary of Tourism of the Municipal Government of João Pessoa. Retrieved June 5, 2019.
  7. ^ "Igreja da Misericórdia (João Pessoa, PB)". IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  8. ^ "BENS TOMBADOS ATE MAIO 2019 NO IPHAN" (PDF). IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  9. ^ "João Pessoa (PB)". IPHAN. Retrieved June 5, 2019.
  10. ^ "Fábrica de Vinho Tito Silva (João Pessoa, PB)". IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  11. ^ "BENS TOMBADOS ATE MAIO 2019 NO IPHAN" (PDF). IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  12. ^ "BENS TOMBADOS ATE MAIO 2019 NO IPHAN" (PDF). IPHAN. Retrieved May 29, 2019.

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