Joinville

What is Joinville known for?


dance

of Germany German -influenced culture. The city retains many aspects of the German culture, in its architecture, in the local dishes, parties and in the way of life of its inhabitants, known as workaholics. Joinville is the host city of the ''Festival de Dança de Joinville'' (Joinville Dance Festival) which is the world's largest dance event, held every year during the month of July. 26º Festival de Dança de Joinville !-- Bot

Schroeder.jpg right thumb A typical German house in Joinville, built in 1921 by the butcher Otto Schroeder, son of German immigrants (German-Brazilian). International Dance Festival Every year since 1982, Joinville's Dance Festival gathers in the city thousands of professional dancers and viewers from all over the world. The festival always takes place in the second half of July. The 11 days of presentations attract around 50 thousand people to Centreventos Cau Hansen, making it one

of the largest events of its kind in the world. Joinville's Dance Festival has even received a mention in the 2005 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's "largest dance festival". There are competitions in seven different categories, from classical ballet to folk dances. Squares, shopping centres and many companies take the opportunity to promote other events at the same time, such as courses and talks. Industrial tourism With a population of over half


painting water

and Schroeder (Schroeder, Santa Catarina) to the east and Corupá to the west. 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


dance event

of Germany German -influenced culture. The city retains many aspects of the German culture, in its architecture, in the local dishes, parties and in the way of life of its inhabitants, known as workaholics. Joinville is the host city of the ''Festival de Dança de Joinville'' (Joinville Dance Festival) which is the world's largest dance event, held every year during the month of July. 26º Festival de Dança de Joinville !-- Bot


international shows

coordinates '''Arena Joinville''' is a multi-use stadium located in Joinville, Santa Catarina state (Santa Catarina (state)), Brazil. It hosts football (football (soccer)) matches as well as Brazilian and international shows. The stadium is used mainly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Joinville Esporte Clube. It is located at Bucarein neighborhood, near Boa Vista and Guanabara neighborhoods. Arena Joinville is one of the Brazil's most modern


landscapes+depicting

and Schroeder (Schroeder, Santa Catarina) to the east and Corupá to the west. 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


event free

Joinville url http: www.festivaldedanca.com.br email address lat long directions phone +55 47 3423-1010 tollfree fax hours 10 days in late July price Some event free, others R$12 to R$110 per event, depending on the event and the seat content Considered the biggest dance festival in the world, thousands of dancers from all over Brazil and beyond flock to the city, making it possibly the best time to visit the city. For the duration of the event, various public


position+leading

was in 1995 where he started and finished in sixth position, leading 59 laps. For a period, he held the world speed record for a closed race track, set at California Speedway in 1997 at a speed of 240.942 mph (387.759 km h). Gugelmin retired at the end of 2001 after a year that included the death of his son. Gugelmin was born in Joinville, Brazil on April 20, 1963 into a wealthy family.


character made

character, made up of towns and large concentrations of residents around the church, commerce and school. These rural villages are connected to major cities where the economy was diversified, adding cottage industries to the original agricultural production. In this way, the Southern Brazilian areas of European settlements formed a prosperous regional economy and a European cultural landscape, contrasting with the relative Portuguese-Brazilian uniformity found in the rest of Brazil. In recent years a large industrial development has occurred in these areas, stemming from the cottage industry. Some of the old German communities are now prosperous industrial centers, such as São Leopoldo, Novo Hamburgo, Blumenau, Joinville and Itajaí. The Germans became entrepreneurs due to their knowledge of more complex techniques of production than those dominated by other Brazilians. In addition their bilingualism gave them better European contacts. - Joinville 515.288 Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (state)) - defunct !-- wikipedia:Joinville commons:Joinville


track set

was in 1995 where he started and finished in sixth position, leading 59 laps. For a period, he held the world speed record for a closed race track, set at California Speedway in 1997 at a speed of 240.942 mph (387.759 km h). Gugelmin retired at the end of 2001 after a year that included the death of his son. Gugelmin was born in Joinville, Brazil on April 20, 1963 into a wealthy family.


hosting

not to be downgraded to the lower league "Serie B". Atletico-PR was hosting a game in Joinville after already being penalized for violence in its own arena in Curitiba-PR (120km away from Joinville). The violence that took place at Arena Joinville had nothing to do with the hometown fans of Joinville, but rather violent fans that came from Curitiba and Rio de Janeiro do root for their home teams. Nevertheless, because of Brazil hosting the 2014 World Cup, the event made headlines

all over the world it somehow showed the incompetence of Brazilian authorities in handling the security of sport events, a major concern of foreign travelers going to the World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Joinville will not host any games during the event, but had hopes of hosting teams for the training events before the World Cup, most likely Switzertland and Russia. Famous people right thumb 150px Ana Cláudia Michels (Image:AnaClaudiaMichels.jpg), Brazilian fashion model. * Fritz

Joinville

'''Joinville''' ( ) is the largest city in Santa Catarina State, in the Southern Region (Southern Brazil) of Brazil. It is the third largest municipality in the southern region of Brazil, after the much larger state capitals of Curitiba and Porto Alegre. Joinville is also a major industrial, financial and commerce center.

In 2014, the population of Joinville reached approximately 560,000 people, many of whom are of German descent (German-Brazilian). The metropolitan area is home to 1,212,997 residents according to the 2010 census by IBGE. (( Radar Sul )) História da Cidade de Joinville - Santa Catatina - SC - Brasil

Owing to urban development and relatively good infrastructure, Joinville has become a major center for events and business conferences. The city has one of the highest standards of living (standard of living) in Latin America. Bela Santa Catarina Notícias: Joinville valoriza Índice de Desenvolvimento Humano (IDH)

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