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Ponte em Natividade da Serra
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Ponte nda Rodovia Octacilio Fernandes da Silva (SP-121), limite dos municípios de Natividade da Serra e Redenção da Serra. Passados 120 anos de sua existência, Natividade da Serra, sofreu uma enorme transformação e foi translada para um novo local, à aproximadamente um quilômetro adiante na rodovia que liga a cidade à Taubaté. Esta mudança foi em consequência do represamento do rio Paraibuna, rio Lourenço Velho, rio do Peixe e rio Paraitinga, para a construção da Usina Hidrelétrica de Paraibuna formando a represa da Companhia Energética de São Paulo (CESP) devido uma necessidade de atendimento sócio-econômico regional.

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Uploadet: 30/01/2011
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Tags: ponte; limite; natividade da serra; redenção da serra; vale do paraiba; represa; paraibuna; emilio campi
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