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Expeditionary Museum, Curitiba

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  • I was part of my graduate research in this museum. There are various objects and documents of World War II. Some veterans of the war gathered every Wednesday in this place. Had fascinating stories. A special highlight for the Thunderbolt plane P 47D on display at the square right in front of the Museum.
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  • The place is small and cramped, but much of the history of Brazilian fighters in World War II, forgotten heroes in Brazil. The entrance to the building is impressive, and the tribute to the three armed forces, with a tank, a plane and a torpedo in the square in front of the Museum
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  • Wasn't in our roadmap know this Museum, we went by chance, since it was located next to the hotel where we stayed. And he is amazing! Has a large collection of historic and curious is a full plate! In addition to that for children draws attention the planes at the entrance and the ancient and different objects within the Museum. Very cool! To help, the day we went was a van of Melitta Coffee in front of distributing delicious coffees different flavors for free.
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  • Our small participation in second war is in there, must see
  • Great Museum, with good display pieces. You can have a good perception of Brazil's participation in World War II. I was even excited watching some photos and how war is a sad face of mankind. All well signposted, there's no cost and staff are attentive. It's worth it.
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  • Place to think about the unfortunate reality of the wars, which are declared by the rich with their declining empires and fought for the poor. Leading to death and disability hundreds of Brazilians. The Joseph, John, the Severinos, Antonio, Francisco, Luiz etc. In all, 28 people had their lives cut short in World War II.
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  • Very good, knowledge, and worships. Worth the visit to learn more about our history in the war.
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