An old man who has lived on the outskirts of the town for decades has come up with an elegant fireplace that he says will serve as a welcome sign to the town’s residents.
The fireplaces are called primitive decorators and they come from the indigenous culture of the region.
The original wood fireplaces in the village were created by a local woodcutter who was unable to make a fire because of the harsh weather conditions.
The old man and his daughter have been helping villagers and villagers with the creation of the primitive decorator’s fire, a process that takes more than 20 days, according to the BBC.
“I have created the primitive fireplace because I want to show that people of this region, people who are not in the capital city of São Paulo, can still get a good fire,” said Josep Vila, the owner of the small business that offers primitive decorating services.
This traditional fire has become a symbol of Sao Paulo, which has been hit hard by the devastating drought, according the BBC, which noted that in 2014 the capital saw nearly 20,000 fires.
Some of the fireplaces have been built with natural materials, but the most popular is made from wood and stone.
“The fireplace is a symbol for São Paolo because the people of the village are trying to survive,” Vila told the BBC of the creation.
His daughter, who lives in the town, has created the fireplace with natural material and is hoping to turn it into a tourist attraction in the area.
It has already sold out, with locals flocking to visit the site in search of a fire.
Vila said that his daughter is also selling traditional firewood, which he said is used for firewood and other wood products.
“We have the idea of building the fire for the village and the villagers who are trying their best to make the fire as good as it can be,” Valla said.
According to the local news site Folha do Mundo, the village has an abundance of firewood as well as a large number of primitive decoraters.
There is also a fire pit that is a natural structure, and the old man told the local daily Folha de São Paulo that he hopes to create a fire with that structure as well.