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Shopping Paço Alfândega

Paço Alfândega

Formerly a 19th century customs house located on the Antigo's southern waterfront was converted into a shiny shopping mall.

R. da Alfândega, 35 - Recife, Pernambuco, 50030-030, Brazil

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