41) With the towers of the church of São Francisco in the foreground, a view towards the hill where the Church of Santa Efigênia sits. A long, winding path leads up the hill to the church. The church was built between 1742 and 1749 for the slave community.41) Com as torres da Igreja de São Francisco ao fundo, uma vista na direção onde está localizada a Igreja de Santa Efigênia. Um longo e tortuoso caminho leva à igreja no topo da montanha. A igreja foi construída pela comunidade escrava, entre 1742 e 1749.
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Brazil: The Colonial Legacy of Minas Gerais