Salvador da Bahia
Salvador da Bahia is steeped in African history mixed with smaller doses of Native-American tradition and Portuguese colonizer institutions for an intoxicating mosaic culture in a beachside city.
Influenced by the Gé Indians and African slaves, Olodum dancers flourish Pelhorinho culture.
The residents are a colorful amalgamation of Taino Indians, Spanish, Africans, French, and Haitians.
Soul Of Salvador
Portuguese first imported African slaves to Bahia in the 1500s, producing many of our estranged kin folk.
The residents are a colorful amalgamation of Taino Indians, Spanish, Africans, French & Haitians.
You will use the Brazilian Portuguese equivalent for the following English words and phrases often.
If you can’t make it to Sub-Saharan Africa, then Salvador da Bahia should be on your bucket list. It has the largest population of African Diaspora and most remnants of African culture than any place in the Americas.