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Museu da Imigração Italiana - Troféus
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O casarão da família Indiani foi construído entre 1897 e 1903, data gravada em italiano no degrau da entrada do sobrado.

Durante quase 30 anos, o casarão ficou abandonado por causa da morte dos patriarcas em 1958, sendo declarado como utilidade pública no ano de 1985, para abrigar o rico acervo da cultura italiana.

O casarão foi restaurado e em 1997, inaugurado como Museu da Imigração Italiana.

O sobrado não tem um estilo definido, mas possui como principal característica, o revestimento de pinturas de Basílio Indiani.

Museu da Imigração Italiana

(12)3686-3340

Av. Líbero Indiani, 550 - Quiririm

Horário

Segunda a sexta das 8h às 17h

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Uploadet: 30/04/2012
Opdateret: 21/05/2012
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