Photographer's Note

Founded at the end of the seventeenth century by Scouts, Ouro Branco, a former village of Santo Antonio de Ouro Branco (White Gold), is one of the districts of members of the Gold Circle.
Over the years, has been developing at the foot of the Sierra, which currently takes the name of the town.
The council currently has around 35 thousand inhabitants and its infrastructure is a major facilitator of tourism development in the area.
In the economic area, the first cycle - the cycle of gold - came with the founding of the Festival, the cycle of grape (the late nineteenth century) and the cycle of potato (century XX). The town came to host the National Wine Company. In the mid-70s, the town was planned as urban base of support to the implementation of a large-scale steel mill, the GERDAU-AÇOMINAS.


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