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Here we can see the other side of monument paying homage to 100th aniversary of Paraná State autonomy (1953). Here we can see a work of Erbo Stenzel in granite. We can see a group of Guarany Indians making food with corn, in the scene we can see Harpia, the largest eagle of the world, native of Brazil and one of the symbols of my state, at right we can see a tapir, the largest terrestrial animal in South America and a group of Bandeirantes, citizens of São Paulo city who were hunting gold and precious stones inside Brazil and hunted Indians in Paraná to make them slaves. Despite their cruelty most of State of Paraná territory became Portuguese when they expelled Spaniards to west.

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  • Copyright: Jorge Dias (jmdias) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 11405 W: 174 N: 20862] (91900)
  • Genre: Places
  • Medium: Color
  • Date Taken: 2011-02-24
  • Categories: Artwork
  • Exposure: f/3.3, 1/1000 seconds
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  • Photo Version: Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2011-07-12 16:08
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