Praça Dante Alighieri, Caxias Do Sul

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Historic Walking Area Tourist Spot
Tree-shaded, immaculately kept, and surrounded by several points of interest and historic buildings, Praça Dante Alighieri serves as one of the most important landmarks in Caxias do Sul. Founded in the late 19th century, the plaza is presided over by a statue of the eponymous Italian writer and a statue of Liberty built to commemorate a century of Brazilian independence in 1922. Make Praça Dante Alighieri a centerpiece of your Caxias Do Sul vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Caxias Do Sul itinerary maker.
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  • Caxias do Sul was developed around the Cathedral Paróquia de Santa Teresa and its front yard Praça Dante Alighieri. This is the heart and geographic mark zero downtown. The Italian name is the origina...  more »
  • Unfortunately like most squares in Brazil, this one is sort of abandoned. It needs maintenance and beautification projects and more security. It isn't that safe but it is not terrible dangerous. Lots ...  more »
  • This square revels the folk soul, since the past by today. This a simple place but there is no other one in any place of the world. Regular and different at the same time.  more »
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