Costeira do Pirajube
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Costeira do Pirajube

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Costeira do Pirajube is another village of fisherman that has grown so much that it has almost lost it's identity. Being the main route to the south of the island of Florianopolis makes it a very busy place in the rush hour. This place in particular is very close to the traffic, but at the same time very quite and still. It's a place where fisherman can keep their small boats and fisher gear.

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