Salvador and the Bahia Coast Performing Arts

Associação Cultural Bloco Carnavalesco Ilê Aiyê

  • Rua do Curuzu 288 Map It
  • Liberdade
  • Music

Published 06/18/2015

Fodor's Review

This group, which started out as a Carnival bloco and is renowned as the oldest Afro bloco in Brazil, has turned itself into a dynamic cultural hub. It now has its own school and promotes the study and practice of African heritage, religion, and history. To take part, call ahead to schedule a visit to the school. Contributions are appreciated. Its Carnival camaroteis considered one of the best.

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Rua do Curuzu 288, Salvador, 40366–110, Brazil

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Published 06/18/2015


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