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Santa Cruz Chapel, Maringa

(4.8/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Santa Cruz Chapel is an important part of the city’s historical heritage, opened originally in 1946 and recently extensively restored. The chapel was erected with the help and cooperation of local residents, who financed the construction using their private funds. It was the very first church built in the urban area of Maringa, and has remained a favorite wedding location for young couples living in the city. The chapel features paintings and sacred images, some of which were imported from Spain. Make this historic site a brief but mandatory stop on your tour of the region to learn about the city’s rich cultural, artistic, and religious heritage. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Maringa holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Santa Cruz Chapel and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Unfortunately it was closed, but the Church is the second in the city of Maringá and really wonderful, portrays the pioneering.
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  • Beautiful work of the ancient settlers of the city, all in hardwood, extracted the overthrow of Peroba trees pink and other Woods, when the opening of the city of Maringa. Today used for baptisms, masses and weddings.
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  • Next to the Center, very beautiful architecture that harks back to the days of the pioneers of Maringá. The Chapel is very well cared for.
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