Ponta Grossa

What is Ponta Grossa known for?


international musical

directions phone tollfree fax hours November-December price content The largest festival in the state, drawing around 100,000 visitors annually for 10 days of national and international musical acts, German bands, food court and rides, and loads of draft beer. Buy *


high diversity

the MST settlements. Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues, Sebastião Venâncio Martins, ''High diversity forest restoration in degraded areas: methods and projects in Brazil''. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2007, ISBN 978-1-60021-421-5, page 218 December 9, 1983 Ponta Grossa, Paraná (Paraná (state)) 1.000 *States: Paraná (Paraná (state)), Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (state)) *Largest Cities: Curitiba (1,828,092); Porto Alegre


friendly matches

the year 2006, the city hosted several friendly matches between local teams and teams from Curitiba, Cascavel, Londrina, Ponta Grossa and Ciudad del Este, and also promoted, in 2006, three major competitions: Since its first edition, and traditionally, Guarapuava has hosted the 1st. Stage of the Rugby Championship of the state of Paraná (Paraná (state)). That tournament, growing every year, currently has the participation, besides the local team, the teams of Curitiba


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: linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty''. London: Earthscan, 2009, ISBN 978-1-84407-782-3, page 115 as well as a way of preserving natural resources. Márcio Rosa D'Avila, ''Zur Einsatzmögilichkeit nichtkonventioneller Bauweisen in genosseschaftiliche organisierten sozialen Wohnungsbau für Rio Grande do Sul, Brasilien''. Kassel University Press, 2006, ISBN 978-3-89958-245-1, page 19 These efforts are gaining increasing importance as movement


participation

the year 2006, the city hosted several friendly matches between local teams and teams from Curitiba, Cascavel, Londrina, Ponta Grossa and Ciudad del Este, and also promoted, in 2006, three major competitions: Since its first edition, and traditionally, Guarapuava has hosted the 1st. Stage of the Rugby Championship of the state of Paraná (Paraná (state)). That tournament, growing every year, currently has the participation, besides the local team, the teams of Curitiba

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musical productions

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national dark

Cavalcanti away from town for about 17km and turn right at the sign phone +55 42 3224-3543 tollfree fax hours price content A recreation in one of the prettiest areas of town, with natural swimming pools, a water tobaggan, lake for fishing and pedalboats, trails in the native woods, as well as camping. Snack bar, barbecue pits, and parking available. Events *


natural science

email address R. José Joaquim de Maia, 154 - Oficinas lat long directions phone +55 42 3229-2109 tollfree fax hours price content *


visual

(Uniandrade). Culture Ponta Grossa is graced with a vast cultural scene. The city has three theaters in perfect conditions of usage, totaling almost 3000 seats, movie theaters, arts gallery and places for visual arts and music expositions and events. The Ponta Grossa State University (UEPG) offers majors in Visual Arts and Music. The city also has its own orchestra, the Ponta Grossa Symphony Orchestra, and the Paulimo Martins Music School. Museum * Campos Gerais Museum * Epoch Museum


diversity

technology is seen as a means for turning small producers from consumers to producers of technologies Michel P. Pimbert,ed ''L'Avenir de la alimentation et des petits producteurs'', Reclaiming Diversity and Citzenship electronic conference, 2005, ISBN 978-1-84369-589-9 ,page 33 - and therefore as a hedge against small producers' dependence on chemical inputs and single-crop price fluctuations Ivette Perfecto,John H. Vandermeer,Angus Lindsay Wright: ''Nature's matrix

the MST settlements. Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues, Sebastião Venâncio Martins, ''High diversity forest restoration in degraded areas: methods and projects in Brazil''. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2007, ISBN 978-1-60021-421-5, page 218 December 9, 1983 Ponta Grossa, Paraná (Paraná (state)) 1.000 *States: Paraná (Paraná (state)), Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (state)) *Largest Cities: Curitiba (1,828,092); Porto Alegre

Ponta Grossa

'''Ponta Grossa, Paraná, Brazil''' is a municipality (Municipalities of Brazil) in the state of Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil. With a population of over 330,000 inhabitants, it is the 4th most populous city of Paraná.

It is the second industrial pole of the State, exceeded only by Curitiba—the State's capital and largest city. Ponta Grossa, also known as the ''Princesa dos Campos'' — Princess of the Fields — is the home of the Ponta Grossa State University (UEPG).

Ponta Grossa is also home town of the "Parque Estadual da Vila Velha" (State Park of Old Town), a park made up of rocky formations formed over millions of years. Each rock formation has its own name, depending on which object animal they look like.

Another attraction of the city is the Münchenfest – A National Stout Festival with national and international concerts that lasts a whole week and occurs at late November and the beginning of December.

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