Santuario Diocesano Nossa Senhora de Fatima, Maringa

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Santuario Diocesano Nossa Senhora de Fatima is located in Maringa. To visit Santuario Diocesano Nossa Senhora de Fatima on your holiday in Maringa, and find out what else Maringa has to offer, use our Maringa tour planner.
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You're most likely to find accommodation in the central grid of Maringa, which is bisected by the railway line and lies just north of the iconic Cathedral of Maringa. Stay in one of the larger hotels in the city center--and ask for a south-facing room--to experience views of the spiked cathedral from the comfort of your suite. If you want to make the most of the city's vast green spaces, stay near one of Maringa's biggest urban parks, Parque do Inga or Bosque 2. If you're driving and just planning to spend one night, you can find accommodations along the main arteries in and out of town.
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  • Small place but of immense peace. Ambient noise do not disturb the concentration. It is customary to carry flowers for Our Lady, always looks great inside.
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  • I've been over and over again. It is a place of silence and peace. I'm going to where I want to be alone and think. Worth knowing because it is a cave practically underground, with several religious paintings portrayed by the Japanese. The Japanese culture is very strong in this place. And has an image of our Lady of Fatima beautiful inside a big box of glass that hangs in the center of the chapel.
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  • An underground chapel, looking different from the traditional oriental, according to a guide that accompanied images and paintings from Japan, wonderful.
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