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Nova petropolis rs parque aldeia do imigrante lago dos pedalinhos
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Em uma área de 10 hectares o Parque Aldeia do Imigrante em Nova Petrópolis-RS, é composto de uma aldeia Bávara, onde são comercializados produtos locais, como malha e artesanatos entre outros e a Aldeia Histórica, composto de vários prédios antigos que foram transportados de outras partes do município e que mostram como era a vida e os costumes dos imigrantes, tudo isso em meio à mata nativa, lagos e vias de acesso muito bem preservados.

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Uploaded: 24/07/2012
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Tags: lago dos pedalinhos; parque aldeia do imigrante; nova petropolis
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