Thousand faces of Salvador architecture

Photo by ZoydAr/ Flickr

Salvador, the capital of the state of Bahia, offers an impressive diversity of architectural styles, from Baroque to ultramodern. Check it here:


Casa do Comércio building photographed by Nicandro Macedo Filho/ Flickr

By Polmuadi/Flickr
Elevador Lacerda, by Tiago Celestino/ Flickr
By JoãoKedal/ Flickr
Photo by Jay Woodworth/ Flickr
By Dylan Passmore/ Flickr
Avenue Tancredo Neves. Photo by Samory Santos/ Wikipedia

3 thoughts on “Thousand faces of Salvador architecture”

  1. A casa de comercio é bem feinha, mas os prédios no estilo barroco/colonial são deslumbrantes.Pena que, como dá pra ver pelas fotos, muitos são vítimas do descuido e da negligência.

  2. I disagree with Luciene – I think the Casa de Comercio is one of the most attractive modern buildings I’ve ever seen. Now it is getting surrounded by other taller buildings – that picture is pretty old! I also am quite fond of the barroco/colonial ones. And I know that graffiteiro who painted the floating person 🙂

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