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Deodoro Square
Brazil

Principal praça de São Luís. Apresenta um grande fluxo de Veículos, com diversas linhas de ônibus e grande número de transeuntes.

Fica localizada no centro da cidade, foi chamada antigamente de Largo do Quartel, por causa da existência do Quartel onde hoje é a Biblioteca Pública Benedito Leite. Em seguida foi denominada de Praça da Independência, de acordo com a lei municipal de 15 de Agosto de 1868. Essa Praça passou por amplas reformas. Hoje ela é conhecida como Praça Deodoro, homenagem da municipalidade a Marechal Deodoro da Fonseca, homem que se destacou à frente do movimento republicano, dando o golpe de misericórdia no regime monárquico. É local de grandes manifestações públicas. A prefeitura em 1990, liberou para a venda de comércio ambulante, apelidada de Praça do Camelô, porém, sem ato legal.

Nela fica a Praça do Panteon que localiza-se en frente a Biblioteca Pública do Estado onde outrora existiu o Quartel do 24º BC, tem como limites, ao norte e sul as avenidas Silva Maia e Gomes de Castro, ao nascente e poente o Parque Urbanos Santos e a Praça Deodoro. Nela figuram os bustos de Gomes de Sousa, Artur Azevedo, Raimundo Correia, Nascimento de Morais, Coelho Neto, Humberto de Campos, e o mais recente o de Henriques Leal, retirado do largo de São João.

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Copyright: Daniel Da Costa Gomes Martins
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 19/10/2011
Uploaded: 20/12/2011
Updated: 25/03/2015
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Tags: deodoro; praça; são luís; maranhão; square; saoluis400; 400 anos; cidade; city; 9dstudio; ilha do amor; praça deodoro
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