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Old Posted Jun 8, 2010, 9:34 PM
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Maringá - Most Green city of Brazil

Maringá is a city of 350,000 inhabitants, in the north of southern Brazil.

by Pé Vermelho
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Took on a sunday, the pictures shows the calm and empty Maringa.



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A beautiful city with beautiful streetscapes.
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Very nice looking city. Looks a heck of a lot larger than 350k!
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Thanks for sharing. Brazilian cities are all so impressively dense. That cone-shaped church is really something.
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Definitely a nice looking city. Thanks for sharing!
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That church is really cool. Maringá is a beautiful city.
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what a wonderful city!!
me encanto, es muy hermosa, definitivamente brasil es el pais mas desarrollado de America Latina
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what a wonderful city!!
me encanto, es muy hermosa, definitivamente brasil es el pais mas desarrollado de America Latina
Porque piensas así ? No veo nenhum gran rascacielo, CBD en Maringá
es solo una ciudad verde

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An amazing aerial Pic that I found on SSC


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Very urban for a city with such a population..

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