July 24, 2008

Holambra Brazil

Last week Nancy and I took a 3 day trip to a couple of cities in the "interior" (country) of Sao Paulo state. One of the cities was Holambra, which is an interesting city founded by immigrants from Holland after World War II. The buildings have a Dutch architectural style, and the people are very friendly. Holambra is well known for being the largst flower producing area in Brazil and South America, and there are many flower farms and nurseries in the area. Here is a slide show of our trip:

2 comments:

ricardo said...

I was recently on Holambra and here are the photos that I took there. Let me know if you like them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/carreon/sets/72157607355427679

Kevin Bart said...

Ricardo, thanks for the visit and comment. I enjoyed your photos of Holambra. Take care and God bless.