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Zacarias Square
Curitiba

Inaugurated in1871, named Chafariz (water fountain), representing the beginning of piped water in the city. After 1915 changed name to Zacarias Square, after the first president of the state of Parana.

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Uploaded: 08/09/2009
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Tags: water; fountain; zacarias; president; statue; parana; curitiba
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