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House Vasquez & Sons

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The House then Vasquez & Sons was built in 1909 by Italian architect Martino Santa Lucci. On the ground floor was a large open hall of double height with a mezzanine on one side, a wooden staircase leading to second floor and a wooden partition art-nouveu probably where he worked the Box House Commissioner. The pillars are metallic, independent structure, and closure with a brick building element non-existent in the region at the time. The site was restored by the Monumenta Program in 2006. Before the reform process has suffered damage, and deterioration and leakage over decades of neglect by previous owners (Wikipedia: http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memorial_do_Homem_Pantaneiro)

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