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Igreja matriz de canela catedral de pedra de canela
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A Igreja Matriz de Canela é conhecida como a "Catedral de Pedra de Canela", possui estilo gótico e está situada bem no centro da Cidade, na Praça da Matriz e atualmente é um dos pontos turísticos mais visitados do Rio Grande do Sul. A Igreja tem 65 m de altura e um carrilhão de doze sinos de bronze, que leva o nome de 'Carrilhão da Independência'. A sua construção teve início no ano de 1953.

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