Another angle from the Pelourinho with the Carmo Church and its adjoining convent (in which the Dutch capitulated to the Portuguese in 1625) in the background. It was on the cobblestones of the Pelourinho that criminals and slaves were publicly punished during the city's heyday.O Pelourinho visto de outro ângulo com a igreja do Carmo e convento contíguo (no qual os holandeses renderam-se os portugueses em 1625), ao fundo. Era no calçamento de pedras do Pelourinho que criminosos eram publicamente punidos nos dias de festa da cidade.
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