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São Miguel das Missões, Rio Grande do Sul
Brazil

São Miguel das Missões foi uma comunidade criada por padres jesuítas no século XVII que durou até 1768, quando os religiosos foram expulsos.

Principal redução jesuítica, cuja igreja foi construída em 1745, possuía três naves com cinco altares dourados, com uma torre contendo cinco sinos. Pela sua importância histórica, foi tombada pela UNESCO, por ser considerada Patrimônio da Humanidade.

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