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Dominican church resisted the coup of 64

Igreja Dominicana
Data da imagem: 10/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 1619008
Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

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Igreja Dominicana

Data da imagem: 10/10/2018

Cod. da imagem: 1619008

Igreja Dominicana

Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

São Domingos Parish, in Perdizes, west of São Paulo, was a stronghold of resistance to the 1964 Coup in the country. After the creation of the Dominican convent in 1938, the Parish Church of San Domingos de Alto de Perdizes was inaugurated in 1941. In the Military Dictatorship, the Dominicans resisted the military and acted to stop the advance of censorship and political repression, including using their facilities to house militants of the National Liberation Action. At the time, some religious were also persecuted by the regime, such as Frei Tito, whose death is currently investigated by the National Truth Commission. The architectural project, with eclectic style, was registered by CONDEPHAAT in 1988 and is authored by the architect Adolf Franz Heep (1902-1978), born in Czechoslovakia.

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Dominican church resisted the coup of 64

Igreja Dominicana
Data da imagem: 10/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 1619007
Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

Direito Controlado


Igreja Dominicana

Data da imagem: 10/10/2018

Cod. da imagem: 1619007

Igreja Dominicana

Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

São Domingos Parish, in Perdizes, west of São Paulo, was a stronghold of resistance to the 1964 Coup in the country. After the creation of the Dominican convent in 1938, the Parish Church of San Domingos de Alto de Perdizes was inaugurated in 1941. In the Military Dictatorship, the Dominicans resisted the military and acted to stop the advance of censorship and political repression, including using their facilities to house militants of the National Liberation Action. At the time, some religious were also persecuted by the regime, such as Frei Tito, whose death is currently investigated by the National Truth Commission. The architectural project, with eclectic style, was registered by CONDEPHAAT in 1988 and is authored by the architect Adolf Franz Heep (1902-1978), born in Czechoslovakia.

Editorial RM
Dominican church resisted the coup of 64

Igreja Dominicana
Data da imagem: 10/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 1619006
Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

Direito Controlado


Igreja Dominicana

Data da imagem: 10/10/2018

Cod. da imagem: 1619006

Igreja Dominicana

Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

São Domingos Parish, in Perdizes, west of São Paulo, was a stronghold of resistance to the 1964 Coup in the country. After the creation of the Dominican convent in 1938, the Parish Church of San Domingos de Alto de Perdizes was inaugurated in 1941. In the Military Dictatorship, the Dominicans resisted the military and acted to stop the advance of censorship and political repression, including using their facilities to house militants of the National Liberation Action. At the time, some religious were also persecuted by the regime, such as Frei Tito, whose death is currently investigated by the National Truth Commission. The architectural project, with eclectic style, was registered by CONDEPHAAT in 1988 and is authored by the architect Adolf Franz Heep (1902-1978), born in Czechoslovakia.

Editorial RM
Dominican church resisted the coup of 64

Igreja Dominicana
Data da imagem: 10/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 1619005
Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

Direito Controlado


Igreja Dominicana

Data da imagem: 10/10/2018

Cod. da imagem: 1619005

Igreja Dominicana

Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

São Domingos Parish, in Perdizes, west of São Paulo, was a stronghold of resistance to the 1964 Coup in the country. After the creation of the Dominican convent in 1938, the Parish Church of San Domingos de Alto de Perdizes was inaugurated in 1941. In the Military Dictatorship, the Dominicans resisted the military and acted to stop the advance of censorship and political repression, including using their facilities to house militants of the National Liberation Action. At the time, some religious were also persecuted by the regime, such as Frei Tito, whose death is currently investigated by the National Truth Commission. The architectural project, with eclectic style, was registered by CONDEPHAAT in 1988 and is authored by the architect Adolf Franz Heep (1902-1978), born in Czechoslovakia.

Editorial RM
Dominican church resisted the coup of 64

Igreja Dominicana
Data da imagem: 10/10/2018
Cod. da imagem: 1619004
Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

Direito Controlado


Igreja Dominicana

Data da imagem: 10/10/2018

Cod. da imagem: 1619004

Igreja Dominicana

Crédito: Cesar Borges/ Fotoarena

São Domingos Parish, in Perdizes, west of São Paulo, was a stronghold of resistance to the 1964 Coup in the country. After the creation of the Dominican convent in 1938, the Parish Church of San Domingos de Alto de Perdizes was inaugurated in 1941. In the Military Dictatorship, the Dominicans resisted the military and acted to stop the advance of censorship and political repression, including using their facilities to house militants of the National Liberation Action. At the time, some religious were also persecuted by the regime, such as Frei Tito, whose death is currently investigated by the National Truth Commission. The architectural project, with eclectic style, was registered by CONDEPHAAT in 1988 and is authored by the architect Adolf Franz Heep (1902-1978), born in Czechoslovakia.

Editorial RM
 
 
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