A waterside monument on a broad square marks the very spot where Recife was first founded in 1537 by the Portuguese colonists.
The Ricardo Brennand Institute is a cultural institution located in the city of Recife, Brazil.
Out of all the amazing beaches you can choose from, the one near the Boa Viagem district stands out. A great place to chill out at!
With its baroque architecture, this building is outstanding. It was built in the 16th century as the first Franciscan convent in Brazil.
A sculpture park on the reefs of the port of Recife features over 90 sculptures by Francisco Brennand. Definitely a must-see.
The amazing place is filled with huge dolls portraying a variety of famous personalities that seem very much alive! Well worth the visit.
The place offers all sorts of souvenirs and traditional Pernambuco's handicrafts, such as wood carvings, clay figurines, leather goods, etc.
Considered the best book store in the area by many, the venue offers a vast English-language section with all of the popular genres.
Formerly a colonial-era prison, nowadays the place serves as a shopping mall with souvenir shops in place of the original cells.
The museum houses a vast collection of local Pernambuco artists, such as Brannand, Bajado and João. Also often does exhibitions.
The Zoo Botanical Park Dois Irmãos, is located in the city of Recife, state of Pernambuco - Brazil.
A testament to the multicultural city of Recife, the synagogue and museum account for the history of the city in two languages.
A neat museum specialized in promoting modern arts focuses on displaying new exhibitions of both Brazilian and international artists.
Estádio José do Rego Maciel, also known as Estádio do Arruda, is a multi-purpose stadium in Recife, Brazil.
巴西联邦警察 ，是巴西联邦共和国三大警察部队之一，与其他两支警察部队 完全分离，互不干涉隶属。巴西联邦警察在1944年到1967年曾命名为“联邦公共安全部” ，目前由联邦司法部 管辖。