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Praça Oswaldo Cruz
Brazil

Essa pequena cidade situada no meio da Serra do Mar, entre as cidades de Taubaté e Ubatuba, é praticamente um museu a céu aberto. Isso porque o seu bem conservado conjunto arquitetônico, que data do século XIX e início do século XX, foi tombado pelo governo paulista para que seja preservada toda a sua riqueza histórica e sua beleza.

De forte influência católica e com seu auge econômico durante o século XIX, o folclore de São Luiz do Paraitinga mistura influências culturais dos escravos com os rituais cristãos. A Festa do Divino, realizada anualmente 50 dias após a Páscoa, no dia de Pentecostes, é formada por apresentações de grupos de moçambiques, jongo e congadas intercaladas com procissões, rezas e missas.

A cidade também é muito procurada pelos praticantes de esportes de aventura. Privilegiada, em São Luiz do Paraitinga podemos encontrar trilhas para mountain bike, caminhada e cavalgada, trechos de prática do arborismo e rafting no Rio Paraibuna.

Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7326x3663
Taken: 02/07/2011
Uploaded: 03/07/2011
Updated: 20/03/2015
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Tags: praça; euclides da cunha; são luiz do paraitinga; emilio campi; panotour
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