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The resistance of the culture in the stone

An island of history in the middle of the big city. It was built in stone in the 19th century as... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Leandro F
The remains of Italian Immigration in Serra Gaúcha

The Casa de Pedra means House of Stone and was built in the mids of 19 century by Italian... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2016
imperatore2016
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Caxias Do Sul, Brasil
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Rua Matteo Gianella | Santa Catarina, Caxias Do Sul, State of Rio Grande do Sul 95034-240, Brazil
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

An island of history in the middle of the big city. It was built in stone in the 19th century as one of the first dwellings of the Italian immigrants who arrived in Caxias do Sul. Inside we can see objects that show us a...More

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Reviewed 25 November 2016 via mobile

The Casa de Pedra means House of Stone and was built in the mids of 19 century by Italian immigrants , all made of pieces of basalt stone and pine tree wood the local resources at that era. In 1972 near the place it was...More

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Reviewed 12 May 2014

Very interesting to visit a one-time years ago home of an immigrant Italian family, to be able to see the implements of day to day life and the living conditions that they had for their new life in Brazil, they obviously had to work hard...More

1  Thank Dave G
Reviewed 15 July 2013

If you want to see part of the history of the people that came to this area, Casa de Pedra is an example of how the live more that 100 years ago. Nice place to be seen.

Thank D'Arrigo
Reviewed 5 April 2012

Very different museum that show how was the houses of the firts italian imigrants. Litte place.

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