Caxias do Sul Municipal Museum, Caxias Do Sul

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  • A historical tour that takes you to get to know the local culture. The place is not very big. Recommended for those who are interested in antiques
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  • A very neat, clean, organized, you don't pay the entry. Is you are treated as all caring, a lot of attention. People what are museums guides are what students have a fondness and a respect for what they do that we are proud to be Brazilians. How nice it is to walk into a place, that of the people for the people. Who is the mountains do not miss the opportunity to get to know the history of a people. our story. 1000 note to whom we took to stroll through the history.
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  • Excellent historical collection, with very interesting parts. It's a throwback, very nice to be able to have access to so many ancient objects.
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  • Great site. The whole story of Caxias
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  • Always good to see!
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  • Recommended to visit.
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  • The visit is great, and extremely interesting. The wooden parts are wonderful.
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  • The Municipal Museum of the city of Caxias do Sul has a unique architecture, what arrested my attention. The historic building and retired was built in the late 19th century. Originally, the building was the residence of a family of Italian origin. In the Museum there is a very interesting piece that I consider too only, which is a rustic machine fan. And the statue of St. Mary of Mercy has an expressiveness and symbolism. ****
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