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Things to see in Lins, Brazil
Lins is a small town in the state of Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil, located about 100 kilometers northeast of the state capital Belo Horizonte. The town was founded in 1692 by Portuguese colonists and has a rich history, including its role as the seat of the Roman Catholic bishopric of Lins from 1760 to 1808. Today, Lins is known for its colonial architecture and for its annual carnival. The town also has several tourist attractions, including churches, museums, and gardens.
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