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Cemetery of the Jews (Recife, PE)

The first Jewish Cemetery is located at the back of two existing religious institutions on Rua da Glória - the Nossa Senhora da Glória Retreat and the Santo Antônio Dispensary - as well as at the back of a private company - the Armazém de Madeira de Amadeu Barbosa.

Chapel Of Our Lady Immaculate Conception (Jaqueira, Recife, PE)

Also called “Capelinha da Jaqueira” (Chapel of Jaqueira), the Chapel of Our Lady Immaculate Conception is located near Ponte D'Uchôa, in the current Jaqueira Park. It was the chapel of the manor house of Bento José da Costa.

Chora Menino (locality and park, Recife)

The following story spread: during the night, whoever passed the place would hear a boy crying. After the Setembrizada revolt in 1831, the region became known as Chora Menino [Crying Boy].

Clube Internacional do Recife – Recife International Club

It began as the Clube Regatas Ultramarino – Transmarine Regatta Club – with the initiative of Antonio João d’Amorim, later the Baron of Casa Forte. João d’Amorim was president of the Pernambuco Commercial Association several times, and directed the club he founded thirteen times.

Coelhos (neighbourhood, Recife)

The lands of Coelhos, because they were acquired by the descendants of the Coelhos Cintra family, became known as Sítio dos Coelhos [Coelhos’ Farm]. In 1818, the property belonged to the heirs of João Coelho da Silva and possessed a large villa house, a chapel and slave quarters.