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Pássaro Anu Branco
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Pássaro Anu Branco
Estação da Estrada De Ferro
Estação da Estrada De Ferro
Igreja Matriz do Senhor Bom Jesus do Livramento
Fazenda dos Coqueiros
Fazenda dos Coqueiros
Estação da Estrada de Ferro
Fazenda dos Coqueiros

Bananal - Its name comes from the stream that crosses the city, Banani, which in the Tupi language means sinuous river. Bananal was the largest producer of coffee in the province of São Paulo, reaching a peak in 1850, and still keeps vestiges of its heyday in secular houses and sumptuous farms of the period. Listed by the Defense Council of Historic, Artistic, Architecture and Tourism Heritage in the State of São Paulo – CONDEPHAAT.

Tourist attractions: Historic center, train station, Bracui and Sete Quedas Waterfalls and farms: dos Coqueiros, Resgate, Boa Vista, Independência, Paraíso, Santo Antônio and Ponte Alta.

Part of two circuits: Historic Valley and Paths to Freedom.

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