Housed in an 18th-century Jesuit college, this surprisingly great museum displays indigenous artifacts, primitive and folk art, and old tools and machines.
Nearby Paraná attractions
The oldest of the city’s colonial churches is Igreja de NS do Rosário, parts of which date to 1578.
The 18th-century Igreja São Francisco das Chagas was built in the baroque style specifically for the town’s slaves.
The 18th-century Igreja de São Benedito was built specifically for the town’s slaves in honor of Benedict the Moor, the patron saint of slaves.
This picturesque fort, which dates to the 1760s, is a 3km hike from Nova Brasília via Praia da Fortaleza. Inspect the deserted fortress before climbing up…
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Built in 1872 on orders from Dom Pedro II, this lighthouse stands picturesquely atop a hill at the island’s most easterly point. From here you have…
Besides the quaint colonial center, the biggest attraction in Morretes is the Parque Estadual Pico do Marumbi, a paradise for rock climbers and nature…