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Carmo Rio Claro represa Furnas
Brazil

No início do povoado, José Joaquim Santana, auxiliado pelos moradores, construiu em suas terras, depois doadas, uma pequena capela de pau-a-pique no local onde hoje se encontra a Igreja Matriz de Carmo do Rio Claro

A freguesia de Nossa Senhora do Carmo do Monte do Rio Claro foi criada em 1810, em local pertencente ao território da campanha da princesa, passando a integrar, em 1814, o município de Jacuí..

A fecundidade de suas terras proporcionou o surgimento de prósperas fazendas agrícolas e pastoris, base da riqueza da cidade, que em 1848 passou a pertencer a Passos.

Fonte: Secretaria da Cultura / wikpedia

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Uploaded: 11/11/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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