Curitiba

What is Curitiba known for?


classic style

, planting herbs, wine and cheese making and willow tress. Almost in front of the church is the cemetery, with the unique pantheon made of 18 chapels in neo-classic style, which became heritage through the Historic and Artistic Heritage. Standing out for their architecture, the Geraniums House, the Panels House, the Arcades House and the Culpi House. The greatest attraction in Santa Felicidade is to be the gastronomic district of Curitiba, with a large number of restaurants offering typical food


great beauty

of the natural elements found at the Araucaria Forest and also the different products from this vegetable formation, obtained and used by Man. thumb 250px Ópera de Arame (Wire Opera) (File:Ópera de Arame - Curitiba.JPG) * '''Ópera de Arame Pedreiras Park''', João Gava Street, s n°. – Abranches. Tu-Su from 8AM to 10PM. one of the emblematic symbols of Curitiba, with tubular structure and transparent ceiling, of great beauty. Inaugurated in 1992, it caters for all types of shows, between lakes, typical


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url http: www.dragonforce.com tour list-view title DragonForce Tour Schedule publisher DragonForce official website accessdate 2009-08-10 They performed at the Two Days a Week Festival in Weisen, Austria on 4 September. Then, they performed in several cities of Canada and United States from 15 September to 11 October, with special guests Sonata Arctica and Taking Dawn. ref name


unique species

forest, with unique species in the whole region; an adventure trail with educational and ecologic toys for children; recreational equipment; and an environmental education house. thumb Tanguá Park (File:Brazil, parana, curitiba, tangua park.jpg) * '''Tanguá Park''', Dr. Bemben Street, s n° - Pilarzinho. inaugurated in November 1996, it has a total area of 450 thousand square feet. Highlights of the park are two quarries linked by a 45 meters long tunnel, which could be crossed by walk


natural quot

") – modern art; * Museu de História Natural ("Natural History Museum") – biology and botany. Festivals Curitiba has yearly festivals related to arts, such as Curitiba Theatre Festival


depicting+buildings

, Londrina, Ponta Grossa, Maringá and Cidade Gaúcha. Painting Antônio is an artist, usually painting water color (Watercolor painting) landscapes depicting buildings, ranches, and farms typical of colonial Brazil. In May 1999 he held an exhibition, "A Herança Portuguesa no Brasil Colonial" (The Portuguese Heritage in Colonial Brazil) at Ipanema Park in Portugal. "Príncipe brasileiro expõe aguarelas no Ipanema"


impressive projects

such as the Spanish tenor José Carreras, stars from the Brazilian Popular Music movement, Paul McCartney and others. The Guaíra Theater, maintained by the state government, is one of the largest theaters in all of Latin America. The Oscar Niemeyer Museum is one of the most impressive projects created and carried out by one of Brazil's architecture masterminds, Oscar Niemeyer. The Frans Krajcberg Cultural Space lies in the Botanical Gardens, one of the city's


school international

of Parana - A major private university * ESIC Business and Marketing SchoolInternational Website ESIC * Centro Universitário Curitiba (UNICURITIBA) - University Center Curitiba, old Law School of Curitiba. Educational system In the 1990s, the city started a project called ''Faróis do Saber'' ("Lighthouses


cultural political

and Statistics IBGE estimate in 2010), making it the seventh most populous in the country. Curitiba is an important cultural, political, and economic center in Latin America . http


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centre, Munhoz da Rocha Street and Batel Avenue, traffic jams are not severe. Air Afonso Pena International Airport is Curitiba's main airport. It is located in the nearby city of São José

Curitiba

'''Curitiba''' ( Tupi (Old Tupi language): "Pine Nut Land", making it the seventh most populous in the country.

Curitiba is an important cultural, political, and economic center in Latin America. Curitiba The city sits on a plateau at west of the seaport of Paranaguá and is served by the Afonso Pena International (Afonso Pena International Airport) and Bacacheri (Bacacheri Airport) airports. The city hosts the Federal University of Paraná, established in 1912.

In the 1700s Curitiba possessed a favorable location between cattle-breeding country and marketplaces, leading to a successful cattle trade and the city's first major expansion. Later, between 1850 and 1950, it grew due to logging and agricultural expansion in the Paraná State (first Araucaria logging, later mate (mate (beverage)) and coffee cultivation and in the 1970s wheat, corn and soybean cultivation). In the 1850s waves of European immigrants (European Brazilian) arrived in Curitiba, mainly Germans (German Brazilian), Italians (Italian Brazilian), Poles (Polish Brazilian) and Ukrainians (Ukrainians of Brazil), contributing to the city's economic and cultural development. and other Latin American countries.

The biggest expansion occurred after the 1950s, with innovative urban planning that changed the population size from some hundreds of thousands to more than a million people.

Curitiba sports one of Brazil's highest Human Development Index readings at 0.856, and in 2010 was awarded the Global Sustainable City Award, given to cities and municipalities that excel in sustainable urban development.

Curitiba was one of the host cities of the 1950 FIFA World Cup, and again for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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