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Estação Ferroviária - Maria da Fé, MG
Brazil

A cidade propriamente dita começou a edificar-se em terras de João Ribeiro de Paiva que foi quem primeiro instalou uma casa comercial, de sociedade com o Sr. Honório Costa.

Em seguida construíram-se outras casas e o povoado foi progredindo, até que, em 1859 foi elevado à categoria de distrito, com o nome de CAMPOS DE MARIA DA FÉ e pertencendo ao município de Cristina.

A estação ferroviária foi inaugurada no dia 27 de junho de 1891, trazendo em seu nome a qualificação da emblemática Dona Maria da Fé. Para além de uma simples homenagem à fazendeira pioneira da região, a referida estação acabou por representar a matriz geradora da nova vila que surgia: a VILA DE CAMPOS DE MARIA DA FÉ.

Pode-se inferir que a partir da utilização sistemática da linha férrea, o próprio cotidiano dos moradores apresentou significativas mudanças - como escolas, igreja e pontos comerciais as quais simbolizavam a nova fase de crescimento do antigo distrito.

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Taken: 03/01/2014
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Updated: 09/04/2015
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