Curitiba is one of the most prosperous and organized cities in Brazil.

Curitiba was founded in the 17th century as a gold-mining camp, became the capital of the State of Paraná in 1854 and grew rapidly after 1940. Its 1.8 million people are a synthesis of several cultures of immigrants that arrived in the city during the 19th century and early 20th century.

 

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Jardim Botanico

 

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The Botanical Garden in Curitiba, Brazil.

 

 

The city has a temperate climate and an average altitude of 908 meters. The average temperature during the summers is 21°C, and during the winter, 13°C.

See also Iguaçu Falls.

 

 

Capital Parana

 

Arts in Curitiba

Curitiba is a Brazilian reference when theater and classic music matters. The city has several theaters and places for artistic performances.

Ópera de Arame in Curitiba

Ópera de Arame - An opera house surrounded by a pleasant and green environment, in Curitiba.

 

Parks of Curitiba

Curitiba has 26 parks of well-preserved environment, with rich and diversified fauna and flora.

Parque Barigui, Curitiba

Capivara, the world's greatest rodent, in the Barigui Park, in Curitiba.

 

 

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