The city of Santa Teresa is a neighborhood in the city of Rio de Janeiro which is located in Brazil. Santa Teresa is located on the top of the Santa Teresa hill, and it is famous for its winding and narrow streets. The neighborhood came to be around the Santa Teresa Convent which was built in the 1750's on the Desterro hill. As the 19th century came to a close, it became an area for the upper class. It became covered by its numerous mansions, many of which are still standing on the hill.
The scenery itself is not very interesting. The trains have stopped running and have not returned yet. Nevertheless, it is a very memorable experience to meet the lovely local people to lead the way, talk all the way and climb the hill.
Urban area. Walk down at cinamaland metro station for a while. That little train is the most famous. Very good-looking. There are Bohemian styles in some places. Graffiti looks good. They also passed through shops selling literary and artistic goods. If you walk, you're tired. There are many delicious shops around. Of course, don't take out your cell phone, especially at night.
As a unique community between Rio's passionate beaches and the dull urban areas, it occupies a hill in the city, overlooking Rio in tranquility. Take the Yellow tram to Santa Teresa, one of Rio's most famous tourist routes. Just, it's crowded. Well, it's crowded. Walking in the community, the Bohemian legacy is coming. Cobblestone streets, trams, graffiti on walls, and 19th-century gardens dotted with small foreign houses. Along the street there are all kinds of bars, restaurants and art shops. Unlike expensive shops on the beach, each shopkeeper and guest are old friends, chatting amicably over tea. It is in this atmosphere that Santa Teresa attracts a large number of artists and makes the whole community unrestrained because of the artist's unique way of life. As soon as the lights start to shine, the crowds are dancing in the streets, reminding you that this is Rio.
Santa Teresa is also a very popular local building in Rio de Janeiro. It's very stylish and it really reflects the Samba style.
This is a beautiful neighborhood, surrounded by buildings left behind by the people on duty, with a distinctive architectural style that feels nostalgic. Here we take antique trams and row them back here.
It's a relatively well-preserved neighborhood in South America. Although it's an old city, it feels very local.
When we went down from Monte Cristo, the special temperament of exotic cultures at sunset made me confused and unable to know where I was. After sitting in a coffee shop for a while, I had a strong urge to sing. Want to come again
St. Teresa is a favorite place for petty bourgeoisie, but with less precipitation of years, there are many specialty shops.
Take a 100-year tram to visit St. Teresa, which is on a beautiful hill. From the foot of the hill to the top of the hill are old houses, and there are many cafes and bars.
This is the old city, but there are many shops, the density of local people is relatively high, unlike the Pinghu slum, here is a relatively affluent population.