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ok, anyone who saw the first thread noticed there were only 3 states there. I will be adding cities from other states on this thread... remmeber... only cities with less than 1 million people but more than 50.000... not all of the 250 brazilian cities that fit in this population will be present... just some of them.

SANTA CATARINA STATE

Tubarão ~90k people




Guggenheim at Tubarão??? :)





Lages ~150k























Joinville ~450k













Joaçaba ~50k









Jaraguá do Sul ~125k








Itapema ~200k at summer












Itajaí ~156k















Criciúma ~190k







Concórdia ~68k








Chapecó ~200.000













Blumenau ~250k




the old name of the street was Wurststrasse... Sausage Street














Balneário Camboriú ~70k people (500k in summer?)









 

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Taking On The World
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Rio Grande do Sul
southermost brazilian state

Uruguaiana ~133k







bridge connecting to Argentina




Torres ~50k (200k in summer)








São Leopoldo 200k










Santana do Livramento ~98k







Santa Maria ~250k















Santa Cruz do Sul ~100k











Rio Grande














Pelotas ~320k (the city is full of beautiful old buildings, but no space to show 1/20th of them here)

















Passo Fundo 200k







Novo Hamburgo 250k (MY CITY, MY PICTURES!!!)





















Montenegro 58k






Lajeado ~60k








Galópolis (ok, this city has only 15k people, but look the place its located!!!)




Erechim ~100k











Caxias do Sul (350k people, mostly italian descendants!)









Capão da Canoa 30k (~300k summer?) (MY PICS)






playing italian "BOCCHE"







Bento Gonçalves (100k)







Bagé (80k)




 

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Taking On The World
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juanico said:
Great!

Blumenau and Novo Hamburgo were established by german people? the german buildings in Blumenau are absolutely amazing!

Any pics of Foz do Iguaçu soon?
yes, along with Joinville (500k people), they are the largest german settled cities in Brasil... but there are many others, 99% in the south of the country.
 

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Wonderful, andI live in one of these small cities, Joaçaba, that actually has 25k instead of 50k .
Thanks for the pictures.
 
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