Campo Grande

Capital of Mato Grosso do Sul – MS

Also known as Morena City, with about 1 million inhabitants, has large areas of preserved native woodlands in the urban area, with many parks, reserves and squares; keep your memory in the architecture, museums, monuments, especially also for the urban Indian village and Memorial Pope John Paul II.

If you go to Campo Grande before Beautiful, enjoy getting to know some of the following attractions:

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But first note and read the following notice:

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ethnicity Indigenous Beast Terana – September 7th Street, s / n, in front of the Municipal Market – 2nd to Saturday from 8:00 to 20:00 and on Sundays from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm;

Field Center Feira Grande – with numerous dining options – Street Jlho 14, 3351 – Centro – 4th / 6th and Saturday from 16:00 to 3:00 am;

Craftsman House – Afonso Pena, 2050 Centro -. 2nd to 6th Friday from 8:00 to 18:00 and on Saturdays from 9:00 to 17:00

Park of Indigenous Nations – considered the largest urban park in the world, with 100 hectares, is home to one of the largest ecological reervas – is the high Avenue Afonso Pena,.

Powers Park – home of the executive, legislative and judicial – is on top of Avenida Afonso Pena,.
Shopping Malls: Campo Grande / North- South and Dos Ipês.

Its history 

A hundred years ago, came to the Campo Grande, coming from Minas Gerais, the mining pioneer José Antonio Pereira, founder of this city, along with his family and about 60 people.

They came transported by oxcarts, cutting the hinterlands of Mato Grosso, coming to this earth and settling at the confluence of streams and Prose Secret, near the current municipal garden. This area became known by early residents as Mato Cut, where would be supplied by drinking water and would be able to do the planting necessary for subsistence.

Currently, the site of the foundation, is a metal monument in honor to those pioneers. However, for this to become reality, several events leading up to the emergence of Campo Grande. The southern Mato Grosso only began to be populated after the gold cycle in Cuiabá. Many pioneers and explorers passed through here, but did not realize the potential of the site. Jose Antonio Pereira saw that this land had value and future.

Thus emerged the Village of St. Anthony of Campo Grande on August 26, 1899, full of immigrants here aportam to realize their dreams, believing and giving their lives to this welcoming city and futuristic.