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Place to visit. As a human being I was feeling deap shame for what people can do to each other. Must think about visiting a concentration camp in Auschwitz.
After all, degustation of cachaca was hardly needed.
The museum is a very interesting place which provides a detailed view on slavery and the abomination of it. But the tour guide did not speak any English and none of the information there is in any other language than Portuguese. The time you can...More