Monumento Nacional ao Imigrante, Caxias Do Sul

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Monument Tourist Spot
Located at one end of Julio de Castilhos Avenue, Monumento Nacional ao Imigrante, is a tribute to the immigrants who have played a crucial role in the settlement and formation of the nation of Brazil. Although originally built to honor specifically the Italian immigrants that settled in the Rio Grande do Sul region, the monument was appropriated in 1953 to commemorate immigrants of all ethnicities, throughout the entirety of Brazil. Underneath the obelisk, and bronze figures of a man and women, holding their child, you will find a marble crypt that is used as a cultural exhibition space. By using our Caxias Do Sul travel itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Monumento Nacional ao Imigrante and other attractions in Caxias Do Sul.
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Where to stay in Caxias Do Sul

Whether you’re looking for budget-friendly inns, or more upscale hotels, you’ll likely find it in Caxias Do Sul. Stay in the center of the city to be within walking distance of most attractions and to get a good feel for the Italian history that emanates from this place. With a large range of accommodation options to choose from, you won’t need to worry too much about booking a room far in advance.
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  • The Monumento Nacional ao Imigrante was inaugurated by Brazilian President Vargas in 1954. It is an Italian immigrant family as they arrived in Southern Brazil The man , his wife and a baby entirely m...  more »
  • Beautiful and impressive statues, but the poor couple are lonely. They are abandoned and the population does not interact with its monument because the design of a park in the vicinity was abandoned b...  more »
  • The monuments in any place in the world is for the future generations have an idea how the past have been different comparing with today. So, if can image that you will conclude this a great place.  more »
  • It's very well made.
  • Beautiful place, right at the entrance to downtown. It's worth taking a picture. However care should be taken to stop the car, does occur several robberies there.
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  • The National Immigrant Monument features a small museum about the Italian immigration in the region. Worth a quick visit.
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  • Tourist spot
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  • Our history, very beautiful! #
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