September Seven Avenue

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September Seven Avenue.

September Seven Avenue (Avenida Sete de Setembro in Portuguese) colloquially known as Seven Avenue (Avenida Sete in Portuguese) is an important road in the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. It starts at the Farol da Barra (Barra Lighthouse), Barra (Neighborhood), and ends at Castro Alves Square (Praça Castro Alves), Historic Centre.

September Seven Avenue is the traditional route for many celebratory parades in the city of Salvador, Bahia, such as: carnival.[1][2]

Neighborhoods of Avenue[edit]

Seven Avenue in Campo Grande (Neighborhood).

Barra[edit]

Includes hotels, hostels, restaurants, hospitals, nightclubs, apartments, mansions, beaches.

Vitória[edit]

Includes hotels, apartments, mansions, beauty salons, schools.

Campo Grande[edit]

Includes squares, commerce, banks, markets, theatres, schools.

Politeama[edit]

Includes commerce.

Barris[edit]

Includes squares, theatres, libraries, commerce.

Barroquinha[edit]

Includes churches, commerce, theatres.

Historic Centre[edit]

Includes the Historic Centre.

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