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The Railway Museum, Curitiba
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Take a quick pit stop from shopping to visit the The Railway Museum, tucked away in a shopping center as the last vestige of an old railway station. At this curiosity you'll view a short history of the station and the railway in Brazil while you take a breather from the busy mall. You'll see photos and artifacts from the station itself, as well as the last remaining ticket booth. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to The Railway Museum by using our Curitiba tourist route planner.
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  • The "Museum" is inside the Mall. Actually, more like a mall entrance, made of thematic way. There's no way to get in the mood, looking the locomotive and ago, fast-food stores. To make matters worse, I don't know if because of Christmas, they built a children's area to the side of the train. The impression it gives is that the Mall got a good deal on the site and to give a satisfying time this "Museum". It seems those periodic exhibitions about certain themes that we see in malls across the country. Worth it only if you are visiting the Mall.
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  • It's worth going through there, is a small museum that tells the history of the railway from Curitiba. One of the outputs of the inside of the shopping season and that's well worth knowing.
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  • Many parts used by rail traffic for many years. Waxworks reproduce moments at the station. Inspiration and memories about, new knowledge to others.
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