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This is how I see the World around me !

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This is Trancoso !
Trancoso is a town in the municipality of Porto Seguro in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
The region was the landing point of the Portuguese explorer, Pedro Alvares Cabral onto Brazil, on April 21, 1500.
It was founded by Jesuit Priests on 1583, with the name São João Baptista dos Indios.

Shaped as a rectangle, the village retains the original style of its housing architecture.
It is famous for its beaches, such as Praia dos Nativos, Praia dos Coqueiros and Praia do Espelho.
In recent years the location has been developed by the hotel industry, including the French Club Mediterranée, which has boosted real estate value.

It was another picture-perfect day in Trancoso, a former fishing village that has turned into a super-trendy getaway for Brazilians and fashionable jet-setters willing to pay St.-Tropez prices for rustic accommodations on an unspoiled beach.

The New York Times