On World Environment Day a photo from one of the fewstill preserved Atlantic Forest spaces. One of the Brazilian’s richest biomas in diversity and UNESCO Heritage Site.
Brazil is one of the most beautiful places in the world due natural beauties and we are very proud to show you what to do around the 12 cities.
Monument to mothers, by the sculptor Antônio Caringi in 1959. Located in Cel. Pedro Osório Sq. in Pelotas, it displays the image of his wife, the poet Noemi de Assumpção Osório.
My hometown, Pelotas, is very proud of its history and preserves the heritage by transforming it into tourist and cultural attractions. In March I had the chance to see a little of this history from a new angle, a pleasant boat ride on Arroio Pelotas.
A sunny Sunday afternoon is an invitation to go for a walk at Coronel Pedro Osório Square, in the centre of Pelotas. The main attraction is Fonte das Nereidas (water fountain), bought by the Hydraulic Company at an auction in Paris and brought to provide water to the population at the time. Installed by the end of the 19th century and restored in June 2003, it has four Nereids (sea goddesses from Greek mythology on horses). Take your chimarrão and dog, meet friends and have fun. Besides the fountain, it is worthwhile paying attention to the centennial trees and buildings around the square, historical houses that are part of the city culture.
This picture was taken to celebrate the end of CMC’s course, which happened in Serra Geral National Park and Aparados da Serra National Park. It was unforgettable because the fog only took 20 minutes, started around 6 AM in Canyon Malacara and then the weather got cloudy the rest of the day.
At the lighthouse of São José do Norte there is a sign indicating the zero point of BR 101, the famous national highway that crosses the country from north to south. Actually, it starts in Touros – RN, and ends in this beach in Rio Grande do Sul, exactly where the Patos Lagoon meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Pelotas is a cultural traditional city in southern of Brazil. With its old houses and spaces that promote the art and history. It is also home of performances that became known in all the country – the presentations from the Tholl Group. It took some time, but finally I registered a beautiful detail from this wonderful show.
Cambará is a modest little town in the countryside of Rio Grande do Sul, with lovely inns and pleasant restaurants where you can eat delicious homemade food. I got to know everything I wanted in just a weekend.
Cassino really is a unique beach – besides being the largest one (over two hundred kilometres) – and unusual things happen, like nowhere else in Brazil. On a buggy, motorbike or 4×4 it is possible to travel on the shore until Uruguay.