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Pomerane Imigration Museum, Santa Maria De Jetiba
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Pomerane Imigration Museum is located in Santa Maria De Jetiba. Use our Santa Maria De Jetiba family vacation planner to add Pomerane Imigration Museum and other attractions to your Santa Maria De Jetiba vacation plans.
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muito bonito. Principalmente ao que trás a luta de um povoe sua cultura associativista e de convivência armoniosa com o meio ambiente. lindoVery pretty. Mainly to that back the struggle of a people and their culture and associative armoniosa coexistence with the environment. beautifulshow original
Santa Maria do Jequibá faz parte do Circuito Turístico TERRAS POMERANAS. Circular pelas ruas além de prédios estilo enxaimel e possível ouvir seus habitantes falando pomerano. Uma pequena cidade encra... read more »Santa Maria do Jequibá is part of the Tourist Circuit POMERANAS LANDS. Circulate through the streets as well as half-timbered buildings and can hear its inhabitants speaking Pomeranian. A small town nestled in the hills. There you can visit the Museum of the colonist. Building simple but which features a good amount of documents that tell the story of the arrival of immigrant people in Brazil. And how they managed to survive in the face of so many difficulties.show original
O pomerano (Pommersch, Pommerschplatt ou Pommeranisch) é uma variedade do baixo-alemão falada pelos pomeranos e descendentes em várias regiões do Brasil, especialmente nos estados meridionais e no est... read more »The Pomeranian (Pomeranian, Pommerschplatt or Pommeranisch) is a variety of low German spoken by the pomeranians and descendants in several regions of Brazil, especially in southern States and in the State of Espírito Santo. The name comes from the Slavic Pomeranian po more, which means land by the sea, almost extinct in historical Pomerania, being practically spoken only in Brazil, currently the Pomeranian language already has a writing, given by linguist Ismael Tressmann, and in the cities more pomeranians in the State of Espírito Santo Pomeranian language classes already exist, through the School education program (PROEPO) Pomeranian. The Pomeranian is different from standard German, since both languages have separate origins. The Pomeranian resembles more the Dutchman, vestfaliano and old Saxon.show original
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