Caxias do Sul, Brazil
Attractions in Caxias do Sul
Caxias do Sul has several sites of cultural, historical and tourist attractions for you to know on your vacation. The city offers the possibility to visit and explore historic buildings, museums, vineyards, breathtaking nature and other sites where you can admire the beauty and architecture of this city with a strong Italian influence.
Caxias do Sul has a great tradition in wine production, and in many areas you can see beautiful vineyards and wineries where you can learn about the development of this product and appreciate different kinds of it.
Church of San Pellegrino
With stunning detail, this beautiful church is of great importance in the history of the city of Caxias do Sul. has important work done by the famous Italian painter Aldo Locatelli, plus a magnificent replica of the Pieta by Michelangelo which was donated by Pope Paul VI to honor the centenary of Italian immigration. An interesting feature of this church is that its doors there is an interesting play of the epic arrival of settlers in this city, all made in bronze by artist Augustus Murer.
Replica Antigua Caxias do Sul
An attraction not to be missed who wants to know the rich history of this city, is the replica of the Old Caxias do Sul. It's an incredible representation with 15 houses made of wood, between which there is a kiosk and a church simulating what was the city when it was founded. This complex was built attached to the current rules in 1885, with the main avenues and trees that existed at the time.
Immigrant National Monument
In tribute to the immigrants from the state of Rio Grande do Sul, this monument was built with beautiful bronze statues over four feet tall, sculpted by Antonio Carigni. This represents the admiration and respect that the city and state have by colonizers, who transformed an almost deserted area, in one of the most prosperous in Brazil.
In 1895 was built the Diocesan Cathedral in downtown Caxias do Sul. This bears a strong resemblance to the Basilica of San Antonio Bologna Italy. In German interior 18 is a beautiful stained glass windows and wooden altar can be observed.
Mario Bernardino Ramos Park
The Park Bernardino Mario Ramos has a unique natural beauty is located in one of the highest points in the city, providing a panoramic view of Caxias do Sul. Their large green area is home to the Museum of Arts and Sacras other religious attractions, like the stairs of the Via Sacra and the Grotto of Our Lady of Caravaggio.
the beautiful valley Trentino lies between the cities of Caxias do Sul and Farroupilha. It is a nice place where they can gather the customs and traditions of Italy, which have been passed down from one generation to the families that live there. The Trentino Valley has the potential to make a nice walk through the vineyards admiring beautiful landscapes and learning more about winemaking and can even taste some varieties.
The Grape Festival is held every two years in the month of February to celebrate the grape harvest. During the party dances and musical performances, folkloric shows, exhibitions and wine grapes, crafts and parades of floats are presented, which fills the city with joy and charm.stock
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