Parque Kasato Maru, Sorocaba

#5 of 6 in Outdoors in Sorocaba
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  • 移民100周年を記念して2008年に造られた公園。 笠戸丸で来たかつての日本人が、すごく苦労されて、それでも頑張り続けてきたことを誇りに思う。 そんな記念碑にひどい落書きがあって残念だった。 今度掃除してこようと思う。 A park built in 2008 to celebrate the centenary of immigration. I am proud that the ex-japonês that came in Kasodomaru has struggled so much and still keep trying. It was a shame that such a monument had terrible graffiti. I think I'll clean it up next time.
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  • A really nice walk ... but the Park is a little dirty and unkempt at the moment. It is well located in front of the Wall Mart going to the Campolim.
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  • Another good place for a walk by its unassuming Sorocaba. Wooded with a beautiful bridge and great restaurants nearby.
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  • Beautiful japanese style.
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  • Nice, in the middle of the progress an area with abundant nature
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  • Good for sightseeing and catch Pokemon
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