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Quatro Barras is in Grande Curitiba.

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About Quatro Barras


  • Graciosa Road (Estrada da Graciosa).
  • Itupava Way (Caminho do Itupava). Originally a trail made by the indigenous inhabitants, it is the oldest known path in Paraná. It was one of the main means of comunication between the planalto and the coastal plain, from the 17th century until the 1880s. It is a 22 km path that connects to the town of Morretes, almost completely paved in stones collected by slaves between 1625 and 1654. The trail is surrounded by lush vegetation, with rivers, waterfalls, mountains aand valleys.

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