Prainha da Glória, Vila Velha, State of Espirito Santo, Brazil

The Prainha is a beach of the municipality of Vila Velha , in the state of Espirito Santo in Brazil . It is of historical importance, since it was the site where the first donation of the Captainship of the Holy Spirit , Vasco Fernandes Coutinho , on May 23, 1535, brought his Glory ship, with a crew of 60 Portuguese, initiating the Portuguese colonization of the Spirit Santo.Complexo that adds historical points with new constructions raised on the landed region of the municipality. There are the 38th Infantry Battalion, the School of Marines Apprentices, the Piratininga Fort, the Homero Massena Museum, the Nossa Senhora do Rosário Church, The obelisk to Vasco Fernandes Coutinho and Praça da Bandeira and the Ethnographic Museum known as the House of Memory, which has valuable documents about the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily.

It is formed by Prainha, Piratininga Fort, Ethnographic Museum, Homero Massena Museum, obelisk to Vasco Fernandes Coutinho and Praça da Bandeira. The tip is to visit Nossa Senhora do Rosário Church, the oldest church in the state and the fourth oldest church in the country, built in 1551. Its façade, rebuilt in the 18th century, displays the coat of arms of Portugal. The Ethnographic Museum, which has valuable documents on the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily. Can be visited daily. It is formed by Prainha, Piratininga Fort, Ethnographic Museum, Homero Massena Museum, obelisk to Vasco Fernandes Coutinho and Praça da Bandeira. The tip is to visit Nossa Senhora do Rosário Church, the oldest church in the state and the fourth oldest church in the country, built in 1551. Its façade, rebuilt in the 18th century, displays the coat of arms of Portugal. The Ethnographic Museum, which has valuable documents on the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily. Can be visited daily.

It is formed by Prainha, Piratininga Fort, Ethnographic Museum, Homero Massena Museum, obelisk to Vasco Fernandes Coutinho and Praça da Bandeira. The tip is to visit Nossa Senhora do Rosário Church, the oldest church in the state and the fourth oldest church in the country, built in 1551. Its façade, rebuilt in the 18th century, displays the coat of arms of Portugal. The Ethnographic Museum, which has valuable documents on the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily. Displays the coat of arms of Portugal. The Ethnographic Museum, which has valuable documents on the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily. Displays the coat of arms of Portugal. The Ethnographic Museum, which has valuable documents on the colonization of the municipality, can be visited daily.

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