Comment from Paige
This festive city’s fame, as an artistic and musical melting pot of black and Brazilian traditions, has a predictably painful history; this was once the center of Portuguese America’s slave trade. Today, Brazil’s first slave market and surrounding old quarter have been refurbished and brightly painted, and are now teeming with tourists here to enjoy Brazil’s African renaissance centered on the historic district called Pelourinho.
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