The house was built in 1895 by Baron Paranapiacaba. Inside there are still ruins of the 1st brick building in Brazil, which hosted Martim Afonso from 1532 to 1533. It currently has an exhibition space that is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm and Documentation Centre (Cedomir), which is open Monday to Friday from 8h to 18h. Martim Afonso House is in the Square on January 22 No. 469, in Downtown. Quoted from the site of the City of San Vicente by historian Valdemir Mota de Menezes
I live in Cubatao, but alive and lived most of my life in St. Vincent, where I work. I need not speak of the importance of St. Vincent in the historic setting of Brazil, as this was the first town in Brazil. Recently I was in the House Martim Afonso, who is in the center of town. Here is more than a museum, is an archaeological site, as there are residues sambaqui.
The historian who accompanies visitors told us that the city schools schedule guided tours so that students can get closer to subjects related to history. One of the pieces that caught my eye in the house Martim Afonso, was a stone with inscription ONE thousand five hundred little and that was part of the facade of a church.
CASA MARTIM AFONSO I
CASA MARTIM AFONSO II
CASA MARTIM AFONSO III