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Tiradentes não tem a suntuosidade barroca de Ouro Preto e de São João del Rei, mas certamente é a mais charmosa das cidades históricas. Em suas ruas coloniais calçadas com pedras pés-de-moleque, as igrejas do século 18 dividem a atenção com o preservado casario formado por sobrados que abrigam restaurantes, pousadas, antiquários e lojas de artesanato que acendem seus lampiões na fachada ao anoitecer. O cenário encantador e que já serviu de locação para filmes, seriados e novelas, exibe ainda uma imponente moldura - a Serra de São José, com montanhas típicas de Minas Gerais.

Tiradentes does not have the baroque sumptuousness of Ouro Preto and São João del Rei, but it is certainly the most charming of the historical cities. In its colonial cobble-stoned streets, 18th-century churches share their attention with the preserved townhouse, which houses restaurants, inns, antique shops and handicraft shops that light their lamps on the façade at dusk. The enchanting setting, which has served as a location for movies, serials and soap operas, still has an imposing frame - the Serra de São José, with mountains typical of Minas Gerais.

Model: NIKON D40
Software: Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Exposure Time: 1/15
F-Stop: f/8.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Focal Length: 18 mm
Date Taken: 2012-06-24 18:34
Metering Mode: Pattern

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