Minas Gerais hosts in its 853 municipalities, divided into 17 development territories, one of the richest and most instigating facets of Brazilian culture. Popular knowledge, celebrations and cultural traditions are marks of a stubborn state to perpetuate its identity. Bucolic cities, in a baroque and rural environment, keep architectural relics between natural paradises that construct a true scenario. Its vast extension shelters a powerful artistic miscellany, which goes from the experimental to the contemporary.
The federative unit with the largest number of sites declared World Heritage by Unesco accumulates anchor points with its memory and promotes the safeguarding of imposing historical monuments. This unmistakable charm of Minas is surrounded by cities with the power to transport us to other times.
Find out this curious complex of natural and cultural instances.