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Praca Tamandare, Rio Grande

(3.1/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • The square, in addition to being a mandatory place to visit, offering privileged views and natural of Rio Grande. You feel the history of Rio Grande do Sul. Century-old trees, fountain, monument, ... It's all worth it.
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  • The square is quite large, with a beautiful green area and with a huge potential to be an attractive town, in addition to carrying a historical baggage. Too bad you're so abandoned and neglected, even by day and with the intense movement is quite dangerous because of the number of jobs at the site. Night don't even think about attending the scene.
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  • A historic square still has the gazebo of the old rallies as what happened the diretas já, formerly had a tapir which was in lagos. Also the old terminal of tram bus terminal today. Organized and Nice square. Guard the remains of Bento Gonçalves
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  • A Praça Tamandaré é a maior praça do interior do Rio Grande do Sul , com 316 metros de comprimento por 140 metros de largura e está localizada no centro do município de Rio Grande. Também é o terminal rodoviário urbano de Rio Grande. Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Almirante Joaquim Marques de Lisboa (Rio Grande, 1807 - Rio de Janeiro, 1897), chefe da esquadra na campanha do Rio da Prata em 1865. Antes de 1865, era denominada de "Praça dos quartéis", devido à proximidade de edificações militares, e também chamado popularmente de Geribanda
  • Uma praça bonita e boa para passear com as crianças nos finais de semana, porém não aconselhável transitar a noite devido a presença de pessoas mal intencionadas.
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  • Que saudades... morei de frente pra esta lanchonete que aparece nas fotos! Um dia ainda volto aí pra morar ou pra revê os amigos que aí deixei. Um forte e fraterno abraço a este povo tão hospitaleiro e amável!
  • Ótimo para andar com crianças, para casais ou para ler...