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1. Curitiba Railway Museum
The Curitiba Railway Museum was installed at the former Curitiba Railway Station, a work inaugurated in 1885, which was part of the Curitiba Paranaguá Railroad until 1972, when the Curitiba Roadaferroviária station was inaugurated. In addition to the collection, consisting of 600 historical railway pieces, such as a twentieth -century locomotive, it uses part of the season's facilities, such as the ticket office. In addition, the museum tells the history of the construction of the Paranaguá-Curitiba railroad. The museum is attached to Shopping Estação, where the Expresso Estação and Regina Vogue Theater is also located.
2. P-47D Thunderbolt
The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt is a World War II-era fighter aircraft produced by the American company Republic Aviation from 1941 through 1945. It was a successful high-altitude fighter, and it also served as the foremost American fighter-bomber in the ground-attack role. Its primary armament was eight .50-caliber machine guns, and it could carry 5-inch rockets or a bomb load of 2,500 lb (1,100 kg). When fully loaded, the P-47 weighed up to 8 tons, making it one of the heaviest fighters of the war.
3. Museu Metropolitano de Arte
The Curitiba Municipal Art Museum (Muma) was inaugurated on May 5, 1988, from the collection of works of art and popular art donated to the municipality by plastic artist Poty Lazzarotto, and was called Cultural Portão. Years later, he was named for the Municipal Art Museum. It is located in the Cultural Gate Complex at Av. República Argentina, in the Portão neighborhood. Among the works exhibited in the museum are works by artists Pancetti, Picasso, Guignard, Di Cavalcanti, Portinari and others.
4. Castelo do Batel
Batel Castle is a palace located in the Batel neighborhood, in the city of Curitiba, capital of the Brazilian state of Paraná. Currently acts as an event center. Built in 1924 by the Coffeeier and Honorary Consul of the Netherlands Luiz Guimarães, he was bought by Moysés Lupion, former governor of Paraná, in 1947, the year he was listed by the historical heritage; It had other uses until it was appointed as a suitable place for an event center in 2003.
5. Jardim Botanico
The Jardim Botânico de Curitiba, in Portuguese, or the Botanical Garden of Curitiba, in English, also known as the "Jardim Botânico Fanchette Rischbieter", is a park located in the city of Curitiba - the capital of the state of Paraná, and the biggest city in southern Brazil. It is the major tourist attraction and landmark of the city, and it houses part of the campus of the Federal University of Paraná. The international identification code is CURIT.
6. Zoológico de Curitiba
The Curitiba Zoo is a zoo located in the city of Curitiba, capital of the Brazilian state of Paraná. It is located inside the Iguaçu Regional Park, the largest urban park in the country, with 8 million square meters and considered an ecological sanctuary for many species. The park is cut by the Iguaçu River, which forms flooded fields and riparian forests on its banks, as well as natural woods.
7. Museu Egípcio e Rosa Cruz
The Egyptian and Rosicrucian Museum is an institution attached to the Grand Lodge of the Portuguese language, maintained by the Rosicrucian Order – AMORC. The museum is located in the Bacacheri neighborhood in Curitiba, Paraná. It has a collection consisting mainly of replicas of Egyptian pieces belonging to several different periods, including the Tothmea mummy, donated to the museum in 1987.
8. Relógio das Flores
The Curitiba Flower Clock is located in Garibaldi Square, in the historic sector of the capital of the Brazilian state of Paraná. The attraction was a gift offered to the municipality by the Rosenmann family, in the figure of former federal deputy Max Rosenmann, in 1972. From 1978 on, the flowers in the bed began to be replaced every quarter, obeying the flowering seasons.
9. Bosque Estadual Papa João Paulo II
The Bosque do Papa João Paulo II is a park in the city of Curitiba, Paraná. It houses a reserve with more than three hundred araucaria trees in the central area of the capital of Paraná. The grove was created in honor of Pope John Paul II, and is home to the Polish Immigration Memorial. The forest has an exit to the rear lawn of the Oscar Niemeyer Museum.
10. Igreja da Ordem
The Church of the Third Order of St. Francis of the Wounds, known as the Church of the Order, is the oldest Catholic temple in the Brazilian municipality of Curitiba, capital of the state of Paraná. It is located on Mateus Leme Street, in Largo da Ordem, in the Historic Center of the city.
11. Câmara Municipal de Curitiba
The Rio Branco Palace, formerly the Congress Palace, is an architectural monument in the Brazilian city of Curitiba, capital of the state of Paraná, in which the headquarters of the City Council operates, being one of the most important historical buildings in the capital of Paraná.
12. Wire Opera House
The Ópera de Arame, in Portuguese, or the Wire Opera, in English, is a theatre house located in the city of Curitiba, the capital of the state of Paraná, in southern Brazil. It is one of the major tourist attractions of the city. The opera house has a capacity of 2,400 spectators.
13. Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Paraná
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Paraná (MAC/PR) is an entity maintained by the government of Paraná, which has in its collection paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings and other types of works by various Brazilian artists, especially from Paraná artists.
14. Igreja do Rosário
The Rosary Church - Sanctuary of Souls is a Brazilian Catholic temple. Built in Baroque style, it is located in Largo da Order, in front of Garibaldi Square, in the historic center of Curitiba, administrative capital of the state of Paraná.
15. Museu de Arte Sacra de Curitiba
The Museum of Sacred Art of the Archdiocese of Curitiba (MASAC) is an institution of the Archdiocese of Curitiba dedicated to the conservation of pieces linked to the history of the Catholic Church in the capital of Paraná.
16. Teatro Positivo
The Positivo Theater is a theater room with a capacity of 2400 people installed in the city of Curitiba in Paraná, inside the Positivo University campus. It is considered the largest theater installed in this state.
17. Memorial Ucraniano
The Ukrainian Memorial is a tourist attraction located in Tingüi Park, in Curitiba, Paraná, and was erected in honor of the Ukrainian immigrants who came to this region of Brazil in the nineteenth century.
18. Praça Santos Andrade
Santos Andrade Square is a street in the city of Curitiba, State of Paraná, and is located in the central region of the capital of Paraná, more specifically, in the Curitibano neighborhood of Centro.
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