Caxias do Sul

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city in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The demonym of the citizens of Caxias do Sul is ''Caxiense''. History The history of Caxias do Sul starts before the arrival of the Italians, when the region was being roamed by cattlemen and occupied by Indians (Indigenous peoples in Brazil). Back then, the region was called "Indians' Field". The Italian immigrants' occupation, mostly farmers from the Veneto region (northern Italy), started taking place in 1875 in Nova

factories, which are known internationally. Nowadays, Caxias do Sul is an important city, and due to its industrious colonists, is home to vast vineyards, wineries, a varied industrial park, and a rich and dynamic market. Those attributes grant the land great importance; for such reason Caxias do Sul is often called "Pearl of the Colonies", is considered the center of the Italian presence in Southern Brazil. Giron, pp. 12-13 Machado, Maria Abel & Herédia, Vania Beatriz Merlotti. "Associação dos Comerciantes: Uma Forma de Organização dos Imigrantes Europeus nas Colônias Agrícolas no Sul do Brasil". In ''Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales''. Universidad de Barcelona. Nº 94 (28), 1 de agosto de 2001, pp. 77-80 Ribeiro, Cleodes M. P. J. ''Festa e Identidade: Como se fez a Festa da Uva''. Caxias do Sul: UCS, 2002. pp. 137-144. Today Caxias do Sul is one of the region's central hubs, hotsting some of Brazil's most diverse economies besides its size; with its industrial parks, vast vineyards, wine commerce, cattle and plantation farms give the land a further dimension. Population growth The following table shows the development of the number of inhabitants according to census data of IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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in full-color in 1974. Before this transmissions in color, since 1962, were experimental. TV Record had a programming based on TV series (Series television), movies and cartoons, and TV shows. thumb right The Diocese of Caxias do Sul. (File:Catedraldecaxias2.jpg) thumb Praça Dante in 1933. (File:Caxias do Sul - Praça Dante - 1933.jpg) thumb 400px Central Business District in Caxias do Sul. (File:Centro-CaxiasdoSul.jpg) ''' http


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do Sul Santa Maria and Passo Fundo. The state is also home to the historic São Miguel das Missões, the ruins of an 18th century Jesuit Mission. The state of Rio Grande do Sul and its cities have developed a series scenic routes to appeal to tourists. The Rota Romântica is a popular scenic drive that exhibits the diverse Germanic culture of the mountainous regions of the state referred to as the Serra Gaúcha. One can visit the state's Italian settlements through Caminhos da Colônia, tour the wine country through the Rota da Uva e do Vinho and visit a subsection of the Rota Romântica called the Região das Hortênsias, the region filled with beautiful blue hydrangea flowers each spring. - CXJ SBCX Aeroporto Hugo Cantergiani Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil - Brazil In Brazil, they chose a modified version of the Japanese ISDB-T standard, called ISDB-Tb (or SBTVD) in June 2006. Digital broadcast started in 2 December 2007 in São Paulo and now it is under expansion all over the country. As of 15 September 2009, metro areas of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Goiânia, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Salvador (Salvador da Bahia), Campinas, Vitória (Vitória, Brazil), Florianópolis, Uberlândia, São José do Rio Preto, Teresina, Santos (Santos (São Paulo)), Campo Grande, Fortaleza, Recife, João Pessoa, Sorocaba, Manaus, Belém, Aracaju, Ribeirão Preto, Boa Vista (Boa Vista, Roraima), Macapá, Porto Velho, Rio Branco, São Carlos, São José do Rio Preto, São Luís, Pirassununga, São José dos Campos, Taubaté, Ituiutaba, Araraquara, Feira de Santana, Itapetininga, Sorocaba, Presidente Prudente, Bauru, Campos dos Goytacazes, Londrina, Juiz de Fora, Campina Grande, Caxias do Sul, Franca, Rio Claro Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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Category:Caxias do Sul The first Brazilian hydrogen (hydrogen vehicle) fuel cell bus prototype in Brazil was deployed in São Paulo. The bus was manufactured in Caxias do Sul and the hydrogen fuel will be produced in São Bernardo do Campo from water through electrolysis. The program, called "''Ônibus Brasileiro a Hidrogênio''" (Brazilian Hydrogen Autobus

das Hortênsias . Some known towns near Nova Petrópolis are Caxias do Sul, Novo Hamburgo, São Leopoldo, Feliz, Gramado, Canela. The first Brazilian hydrogen (hydrogen vehicle) fuel cell bus prototype in Brazil was deployed in São Paulo. The bus was manufactured in Caxias do Sul and the hydrogen fuel will be produced in São Bernardo do Campo from water through electrolysis. The program, called "''Ônibus Brasileiro a Hidrogênio''" (Brazilian


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: museums, churches, culture, music and all types of leisure activities. Nature can be found in the city and the surroundings. ''Apresentação''. Secretaria da Cultura The city also hosts the popular National Grape and Wine Festival, which celebrates the Italian heritage. It's one of the most famous events in the country and it's called Festa da Uva, when lots of merrymaking, wine drinking, grapes and people animate the month of February, every two years (on even-numbered years). Schleder, Adriana. "Festa Nacional da Uva: uma nova identidade?". ''Curitiba: XXXII Congresso Brasileiro de Ciências da Comunicação'', 4 a 7 de setembro de 2009. pp. 1-10 Visitors may eat cheese, grapes and various Brazilian wines. Visitors interested in the regions wine can also visit the Château Lacave Castle, a 6th Century-style medieval structure that currently functions as a winery. Caxias do Sul is also one of the four settlements along the beautiful Caminhos da Colônia scenic tourist route in the Serra Gaúcha. "Caxias do Sul abre as porteiras para o turismo rural". ''Agência Sebrae de Notícias'', 3 de Agosto de 2009 Caxias do Sul is served by Hugo Cantergiani Airport (Caxias do Sul Airport), formerly called Campo dos Bugres Airport. ''Aeroportos Rio G. Sul RS''. Aeroportos do Brasil. Soccer teams Caxias do Sul is home to the S.E.R. Caxias (Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul) and Juventude (Esporte Clube Juventude) soccer clubs. Even though both teams have in recent times claimed the Campeonato Gaúcho, Juventude has had greater luck at national level, making it into the first division of the Campeonato Brasileiro (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A) for over ten years and winning the 1999 edition of the Copa do Brasil, while Caxias has been playing in the third division since 2006. Juventude joins Caxias in the third division for the 2014 season. S.E.R. Caxias http: globoesporte.globo.com platb teoria-dos-jogos 2011 12 17 a-pesquisa-da-vez-caxias-do-sulrs-exclusivo has the third biggest population of fans in the state, just behind the two major teams of the state capital city, Porto Alegre. In the 2010 season, both teams played the Brazilian Third Division. S.E.R. Caxias (Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul) didn't manage to go forward on the competition after the first group stage.Juventude (Esporte Clube Juventude) was relegated and will be part of the Brazilian Fourth Division in 2011. Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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of industrialization. Sales, Fabiana de Lima. ''O desenvolvimento econômico de Caxias do Sul na perspectiva do acervo do Museu Municipal''. Universidade de Caxias do Sul, 2006. p. 2 In the countryside, subsistence agriculture concentrates on the cultivation of grapes, wheat, and corn. Home-based manufacturing started to emerge and the overproduction was commercialized. Home-based manufacturing and Caxias do Sul evolved from having small home-based workshops to today's big factories, which are known internationally. Nowadays, Caxias do Sul is an important city, and due to its industrious colonists, is home to vast vineyards, wineries, a varied industrial park, and a rich and dynamic market. Those attributes grant the land great importance; for such reason Caxias do Sul is often called "Pearl of the Colonies", is considered the center of the Italian presence in Southern Brazil. Giron, pp. 12-13 Machado, Maria Abel & Herédia, Vania Beatriz Merlotti. "Associação dos Comerciantes: Uma Forma de Organização dos Imigrantes Europeus nas Colônias Agrícolas no Sul do Brasil". In ''Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales''. Universidad de Barcelona. Nº 94 (28), 1 de agosto de 2001, pp. 77-80 Ribeiro, Cleodes M. P. J. ''Festa e Identidade: Como se fez a Festa da Uva''. Caxias do Sul: UCS, 2002. pp. 137-144. Today Caxias do Sul is one of the region's central hubs, hotsting some of Brazil's most diverse economies besides its size; with its industrial parks, vast vineyards, wine commerce, cattle and plantation farms give the land a further dimension. Population growth The following table shows the development of the number of inhabitants according to census data of IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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Institute of Geography and Statistics IBGE . Languages thumb right University of Caxias do Sul. (File:Caxias 039.jpg) Portuguese (Portuguese language) is the official national language, and thus the primary language taught in schools. Elderly people can often speak Talian, a regional language based on Venetian (Venetian language) but also very much influenced by other Italian dialects and by Portuguese. Prefeitura Municipal de Caxias do Sul - RS Colleges and universities * Universidade de Caxias do Sul (UCS); * Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha (FSG); * Faculdade de Tecnologia (FTEC); * Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul (IFRS) * Faculdade Anglo-Americano; * Anhanguera Faculdades; * Faculdade América Latina; * Faculdade dos Imigrantes; * and smaller HEIs Culture thumb right City Museum. (File:Museu de caxias do sul.jpg) thumb right House of Culture. (File:Casa de Cultura-Caxias.jpg) Culture in Caxias do Sul was not greatly favoured by the first Italian settlers, as they were mostly involved with survival concerns in an area until then unexplored. In the beginning of the 20th century, however, there was some cultural interest developing, and some sculptors, painter (Painting)s and decorator (House painter and decorator)s made a significant career in the city and around, like as Pietro Stangherlin, Francisco Meneguzzo and the Zambelli family. They left the first examples of artworks worth of mention, specially in sacred art and building decoration. Julio Calegari and Ulysses Geremia, both photographers, also deserve close attention for their huge collections of portraits and views of the old city. Tedesco, João Carlos. "A Família e a Carreta: as bases da vida nos primórdios da colônia". IN Suliani, Antônio (org). ''Etnias & carisma: polianteia em homenagem a Rovílio Costa''. EDIPUCRS, 2001. pp. 582-586 As of historical architecture, one may find a few eclectic (Eclecticism) houses built for rich families, public buildings and Neo-Gothic churches, like as the Cathedral and the Chapel of Santo Sepulcro (Sacred Tomb). The first houses of the immigrants, made of stone, and later traditional wooden buildings, nearly all disappeared as the city developed, but some survive in the rural area, as well as many old chapels. "A preservação não recusa o novo". In ''Boletim Memória''. Caxias do Sul: Museu e Arquivo Histórico Municipal, nº4, 1992 Current laws protect every building older than 50 years, but many have been destroyed or altered, despite official protection. "Caxias possui 28 bens tombados". ''Gazeta de Caxias'', 03 03 2010 The city nowadays has many intensely active museums and cultural centers, both private and official, and a great university which sponsors an art gallery, a museum, a huge library and a symphonic orchestra. ''Projeto Mostra UCS Campus 8 – Cidade das Artes''. UCS, 2004 "Música Erudita em especial aos 75 anos do município". ''O Informante'', 10 de Dezembro de 2009 Tourism and recreation The city has many tourist attractions: museums, churches, culture, music and all types of leisure activities. Nature can be found in the city and the surroundings. ''Apresentação''. Secretaria da Cultura The city also hosts the popular National Grape and Wine Festival, which celebrates the Italian heritage. It's one of the most famous events in the country and it's called Festa da Uva, when lots of merrymaking, wine drinking, grapes and people animate the month of February, every two years (on even-numbered years). Schleder, Adriana. "Festa Nacional da Uva: uma nova identidade?". ''Curitiba: XXXII Congresso Brasileiro de Ciências da Comunicação'', 4 a 7 de setembro de 2009. pp. 1-10 Visitors may eat cheese, grapes and various Brazilian wines. Visitors interested in the regions wine can also visit the Château Lacave Castle, a 6th Century-style medieval structure that currently functions as a winery. Caxias do Sul is also one of the four settlements along the beautiful Caminhos da Colônia scenic tourist route in the Serra Gaúcha. "Caxias do Sul abre as porteiras para o turismo rural". ''Agência Sebrae de Notícias'', 3 de Agosto de 2009 Caxias do Sul is served by Hugo Cantergiani Airport (Caxias do Sul Airport), formerly called Campo dos Bugres Airport. ''Aeroportos Rio G. Sul RS''. Aeroportos do Brasil. Soccer teams Caxias do Sul is home to the S.E.R. Caxias (Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul) and Juventude (Esporte Clube Juventude) soccer clubs. Even though both teams have in recent times claimed the Campeonato Gaúcho, Juventude has had greater luck at national level, making it into the first division of the Campeonato Brasileiro (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A) for over ten years and winning the 1999 edition of the Copa do Brasil, while Caxias has been playing in the third division since 2006. Juventude joins Caxias in the third division for the 2014 season. S.E.R. Caxias http: globoesporte.globo.com platb teoria-dos-jogos 2011 12 17 a-pesquisa-da-vez-caxias-do-sulrs-exclusivo has the third biggest population of fans in the state, just behind the two major teams of the state capital city, Porto Alegre. In the 2010 season, both teams played the Brazilian Third Division. S.E.R. Caxias (Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul) didn't manage to go forward on the competition after the first group stage.Juventude (Esporte Clube Juventude) was relegated and will be part of the Brazilian Fourth Division in 2011. Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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in full-color in 1974. Before this transmissions in color, since 1962, were experimental. TV Record had a programming based on TV series (Series television), movies and cartoons, and TV shows. Wikipedia:Caxias do Sul Commons:Category:Caxias do Sul


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of the city and surrounding Italian Colonial region, due in part to the effects of World War II. right thumb 400px The Château Lacave Castle shown during the Brazilian summer in Caxias do Sul (Image:Chateau_lacave.jpg) Château Lacave is a medieval-style Castle in the city of Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The Castle functions as a winery and produces a complete line of Brazilian wines. History Construction of Château Lacave commenced in 1968

Caxias do Sul

'''Caxias do Sul''' ( ) is a city in Rio Grande do Sul, Southern (Southern Brazil) Brazil, situated in the state's mountainous Serra Gaúcha region. Coordinates: 29°10′0″ S, 51°11′0″ W. It was established by Italian immigrant (Italian Brazilian)s on June 20, 1890. Today it is the second largest city (Largest cities in Rio Grande do Sul by population) in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The demonym of the citizens of Caxias do Sul is ''Caxiense''.

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