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Geocode 28° 38′ 13″ S 49° 29′ 54″ W - Altitude 70 m
  Nova Veneza



 Title: Old house
 Description: Construction that is part of the historical architectural buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Mãe Luzia River in city centre (upstream)
 Description: This river belongs to the watershed of the Araranguá river, and has its name referenced to a lady named (mother) Luzia, who washed clothes in the waters near the city of Nova Veneza. Unfortunately the river still suffers from pollution problems due to releases of tailings from coal mining in the region.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old photos
 Description: Old photos portraying: the lateral expansion of St. Mark Church, a procession of old residents and devotees of St. Mark, the first school in the city and the building of the Companhia Metropolitana (central townhouse of São Marcos Hospital). Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Detail of old ox cart wheels
 Description: Private collection of Borgo Winery located in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Windows
 Description: Construction that is part of the historical architectural buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Immigrant Museum
 Description: This museum has a rich museum collection. It is located in one of the most important historical buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Dei Morosi bridge
 Description: The denomination of this bridge dei Morosi bridge in Venetian means Valentine`s bridge: an allusion to the first zinc-covered wooden bridge built in 1936 and that remained until 1955. It was inaugurated on 12/23/2016 and is located next to the concrete bridge that crosses Mãe Luzia river in the city centre. Nova Veneza had four bridges: 1st) from 1936 to 1955, 2nd) from 1955 to 1976, 3rd) from 1972 to 1974 and 4th) from 1974 to the present day.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Kitchen cabinet
 Description: Called "Guarda Boia", it was used to store food and kitchen utensils. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Interior of the Church
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Grapevines
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Partial view of the city from the tower of the Church
 Description: Stands out the city centre and behind chain of mountains called Serra Geral.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Tower of the Church
 Description: St. Mark`s Parish Church. Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Mask for Venice Carnival
 Description: Mask made ​​by Ateliê Arte Veneza, inspired by Venetian culture (Italy). Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Palazzo Delle Acque
 Description: Cultural space located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Church bell
 Description: This is one of the three bells of St. Mark's Church. These bells propagate different sounds depending on the type of message to be taken to the pelople of the city. It is located at the top of the tower of the Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Cheese grater
 Description: Grater used to grate parmesan cheese, donated by Bernadette Bechkauser. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Ruin of the Ancient Cemetery of Immigrants
 Description: This cemetery lies within a forest and is disabled since 1925 when was built a new one closest to the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Old smoothing plane
 Description: Used to make smooth the corrugated surface of wood. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Accounting Book of Bortoluzzi Irmãos store
 Description: Enterprise in which were sold dry goods,1946. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: White enamel teapot
 Description: Used to serve coffee, 1920. Belonged to Orlândia Amboni Destro. Donated by Neide Nazari Mafioletti. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old house
 Description: Construction that is part of the historical architectural buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Hand harvesting grapes
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Detail of Church bell
 Description: Detail of one of the three bells of St. Mark's Church. These bells propagate different sounds depending on the type of message to be taken to the pelople of the city. It is located at the top of the tower of the Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Detail of painting on the inside wall of the Church
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Mask for Venice Carnival
 Description: Mask made ​​by Ateliê Arte Veneza, inspired by Venetian culture (Italy). Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Detail of a drill
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old padlock
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Grapevines
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title:
 Description: Used in meals, 1920. Belonged to Gava family Donated by Aurélia Gava Destro. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Winemaking
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Borgo Winery where this photograph was taken. Coming from the mountainous regions of northern Italy, the immigrant family arrived in Brazil at the end of the 19th century bringing to Nova Venza a love of winemaking. From generation to generation this tradition has become the livelihood of their descendants. Managed by the couple Onévio J. Colombo and Maria Lúcia Gava Colombo, Borgo Winery is situated in a cozy castle inside the city. Between mountains and river has an ideal environment for manufacturing and tasting its products done carefully on a small scale. Winery is located on 500 Giovanni Gava bystreet in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
Reference: www.vinicolaborgo.com.br
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Image of Our Lady of Aparecida
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Traces of architecture brought by immigrants
 Description: Centennial building of the family of Miguel Damiani located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Dei Morosi bridge
 Description: The denomination of this Dei Morosi bridge in Venetian means Valentine`s bridge: an allusion to the first zinc-covered wooden bridge built in 1936 and that remained until 1955. It was inaugurated on 12/23/2016 and is located next to the concrete bridge that crosses Mãe Luzia river in the city centre. Nova Veneza had four bridges: 1st) from 1936 to 1955, 2nd) from 1955 to 1976, 3rd) from 1972 to 1974 and 4th) from 1974 to the present day.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Grape maceration
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Maceration corresponds to the period in which the must remains in contact with the solid part of the grape during the coloring of the liquid: usually 1 to 5 days when it goes to the fermentation stage. Production of grapes and wines of Damiani family is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Clock mechanism of St. Mark Church
 Description: This clock was brought from Turin (Italy) in the year 1922.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Gondola detail
 Description: Donated by the province of Venice in Italy, the gondola symbolizes the connection between the stories of the two countries and is located on an artificial lake at Humberto Bortoluzzi Square in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 10/10/2010
 Title: Cellar window
 Description: Centennial building of the family of Miguel Damiani located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Door lock
 Description: Belongs to the Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Gearing
 Description: It is part of the clock mechanism of St. Mark Church. This clock was brought from Turin (Italy) in the year 1922.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Detail of decorative art over the altar
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Water well
 Description: Original water well built in 1895 inside the building that currently is the Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stair stones
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Detail of sanctuary lamp
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Vegetation of the region
 Description: Vegetation near SC 447 highway
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 06/03/2011
 Title: Drying salamis
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the production of salami. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family which lives in Santo Antônio neighborhood where this photograph was taken. Drying the salamis serves to eliminate internal humidity and is part of the maturation process which comprises: curing, incubating and drying.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Detail of Christ crucified
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Tower of the Church
 Description: St. Mark`s Parish Church. Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Camera
 Description: Camera and leather bag used by Brigitte J. F. Gorini, 1949. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Typing Machine, 1930
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Plate honoring the colonizing families
 Description: Plate honoring families of Italian immigrants that settled this region from 1891 until the early twentieth century. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Plaza, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Water Well cover
 Description: Original water well built in 1895 inside the building that currently is the Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: This wall belongs to the ruins of the ancient cemetery of Immigrants. It lies within a forest and is deactivated from 1925 when it was deployed a new one closest to the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Mãe Luzia River in city centre (downstream)
 Description: This river belongs to the watershed of the Araranguá river, and has its name referenced to a lady named (mother) Luzia, who washed clothes in the waters near the city of Nova Veneza. Unfortunately the river still suffers from pollution problems due to releases of tailings from coal mining in the region.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Image of Our Lady and Baby Jesus
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Plate honoring grandfathers
 Description: Inscription: "Homage to dear Bratti grandfathers who still live in these stones". Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Rifles
 Description: Used for hunting when it was allowed. Belonged to Angelo Ostetto, 1874. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old house with traces of architecture brought by immigrants
 Description: Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Detail of the facade of the Church
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Facade
 Description: Facade of St. Mark's Hospital. This building serves as a hospital since the 1930s, but its construction dates 1895; year that was erected the central townhouse designed to be the office of the Companhia Metropolitana. Enhancements have been made ​​later and is currently owned by the Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters. It is located in the high part of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Old agricultural instruments
 Description: Private collection of Borgo Winery located in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Old phone
 Description: Belonged to former Mayor Alfredo Bortoluzzi. Donated by César Bortoluzzi. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Plate affixed near Gondola at Humberto Bortoluzzi Square
 Description: It has the following description in Latin: Ex aquis serenissima venitiae ad splendorem novi mondi, which has the following translation: "From the waters of the most serene Venice, to the splendor of the New World".
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 10/10/2010
 Title: Holy water font
 Description: St. Mark's Parish Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Pathway
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Hand harvesting grapes
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Clock mechanism of St. Mark Church
 Description: This clock was brought from Turin (Italy) in the year 1922.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Accounting Book of Bortoluzzi Irmãos store
 Description: Enterprise in which were sold dry goods,1946. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Description: Interior of the Sanctuary
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Lion of Saint Mark
 Description: St. Mark`s Parish Church. Located in the city centre. It was donated by the Venetian government.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Gearing
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Alarm Clock
 Description: Alarm clock used in the 1920s, donated by Arina Maria Ghellere. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Borgo Winery
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Borgo Winery where this photograph was taken. Coming from the mountainous regions of northern Italy, the immigrant family arrived in Brazil at the end of the 19th century bringing to Nova Venza a love of winemaking. From generation to generation this tradition has become the livelihood of their descendants. Managed by the couple Onévio J. Colombo and Maria Lúcia Gava Colombo, Borgo Winery is situated in a cozy castle inside the city. Between mountains and river has an ideal environment for manufacturing and tasting its products done carefully on a small scale. Winery is located on 500 Giovanni Gava bystreet in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
Reference: www.vinicolaborgo.com.br
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Ruin of the Ancient Cemetery of Immigrants
 Description: This cemetery lies within a forest and is disabled since 1925 when was built a new one closest to the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Grapevines
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Description: Facade of the Church
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Sculpture of Cônego Miguel Giacca
 Description: Sculpture of Cônego Miguel Giacca, as tribute and gratitude of the people of the city, to their unforgettable priest; founder and consolidator of the Parish of Nova Veneza.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Detail of Church bell
 Description: Detail of one of the three bells of St. Mark's Church. These bells propagate different sounds depending on the type of message to be taken to the pelople of the city. It is located at the top of the tower of the Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Stone house
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Cows
 Description: Private property of the family of Miguel Damiani located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Stone house
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Detail of chandelier
 Description: In the background there is part of a painting in the ceiling of the church. Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Facade of the Church
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Old phone
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stone wall called taipas
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Decorative mask
 Description: Decorative mask representing the Carnevale di Venezia, festive event originating from Venice, Italy.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Mechanical calculator
 Description: Device used to perform automatically the basic operations of arithmetic at Irmãos Bortoluzzi store. Donated by César Bortoluzzi. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old agricultural instruments
 Description: Private collection of Borgo Winery located in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Altar bell
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Ruin of the Ancient Cemetery of Immigrants
 Description: This cemetery lies within a forest and is disabled since 1925 when was built a new one closest to the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Stair stones
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Whips to animals
 Description: Donated by: Orelinda Bez Bortolotto, Santos Siquela e José Moretto. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Bricks of the Chimney
 Description: This Chimney was part of the pork products industry that was in the city.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/12/2012
 Title: Detail of safe
 Description: Safe used in Irmãos Bortoluzzi store. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Church bell
 Description: This is one of the three bells of St. Mark's Church. These bells propagate different sounds depending on the type of message to be taken to the pelople of the city. It is located at the top of the tower of the Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Partial view of the city from the tower of the Church
 Description: Stands out the city centre region with the chimney of the old pork products industry and the cultural space Palazzo Delle Acque.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Detail of the image of Christ carrying the cross
 Description: St. Mark's Parish Church.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Commemorative plate
 Description: Commemorative plate of the 2nd Meeting of Bortoluzzi Family and 120th Anniversary of Arrival in Brazil of Bortolo Bortoluzzi, his wife Antonia de March Bortoluzzi, and their sons Giovanni and Giuseppe; which integrated the first Italian group of immigrants to the South of Santa Catarina. This plate is located under the old chimney of the old pork products factory, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/12/2012
 Title: Window
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Stone house
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Image of St. Mark
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish. This image was donated in 1895 by João Bonfante Demaria, merchant from Florianópolis.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Mask for Venice Carnival
 Description: Mask made ​​by Ateliê Arte Veneza, inspired by Venetian culture (Italy). Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Goethe grapes
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Straw basket
 Description: Basket made of straw for products used in field life. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Night lamp
 Description: Used kerosene to light the fire. Donated by Raimundo Neto. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Fisher
 Description: Fishing in wier located in a place called São Bento Alto, in the locality of Balneário Rio São Bento.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Cylindrical device to conform pasta
 Description: Used for kneading pasta. Donated by Tim-Tim. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Garden fork
 Description: Tool used for planting, and also to gather leaves and straw blocks. Donated by Gerônimo Destro. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stained glass
 Description: Interior of St. Mark`s Parish Church. Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Scale detail used in grape processing and wine making
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Old clothing
 Description: From left to right: 1) Men's clothing: vest, pants and tie, donated by Tereza Fontana. 2) Wedding suit jacket: white suit jacket used by José Lavezzo in 1937, donated by Lavezzo family. 3) Dress cotton handmade fabric used by Antonia D. Ghellere. Donated by Fabiana Ghellere Cunico. 4) Black stole used by Giuseppina Gorini in Italy. Donated by Diva Gorini Borges. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Humberto Bortoluzzi Square Monument
 Description: Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Wooden sculpture of Jesus Christ Crucified
 Description: Work of the immigrant and sculptor Angelo Moro carved with a pocketknife. It was sculpted in 1892, one year after the colonization of Nova Veneza. According to history, this work carved in real size, has features of Christ's face copied from his brother Giuseppe. To finish the work Angelo came close to it and said softly, "Don't cry anymore! We've cried too much". Angelo carved dozens of saints and instruments used by Italian immigrants."In the face of Christ there is the image of each one of our colonists. All of them". Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Gondola
 Description: Donated by the province of Venice in Italy, the gondola symbolizes the connection between the stories of the two countries and is located on an artificial lake at Humberto Bortoluzzi Square in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 10/10/2010
 Title: Mãe Luzia River in city centre (upstream)
 Description: This river belongs to the watershed of the Araranguá river, and has its name referenced to a lady named (mother) Luzia, who washed clothes in the waters near the city of Nova Veneza. Unfortunately the river still suffers from pollution problems due to releases of tailings from coal mining in the region.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old cart wheel
 Description: Private collection of Borgo Winery located in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Windows
 Description: Windows of St. Mark's Hospital. This building serves as a hospital since the 1930s, but its construction dates 1895; year it was erected the central townhouse designed to be the office of the Companhia Metropolitana. Enhancements have been made ​​later and is currently owned by the Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters. It is located in the high part of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Saw
 Description: Used to cut trees. Donated by Serafin Rampinelli. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Cellar
 Description: Centennial building of the family of Miguel Damiani located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Old house
 Description: Construction that is part of the historical architectural buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Detail of station of the Cross
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Detail of an old handmade container used in the grape maceration process
 Description: Brought by the Italian immigrants the kneading of grapes was made with the feet in wooden vats. This container is part of the private collection of the family of Miguel Damiani located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Cobbler shoe repair
 Description: Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Typical landscape of the region
 Description: São Bento Alto region.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Apparatus for producing hosts, 1960
 Description: Belonged to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio and was donated by Priest Arcangelo Spricigo. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Winemaking from generation to generation in Borgo Gava family
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Borgo Winery where this photograph was taken. Coming from the mountainous regions of northern Italy, the immigrant family arrived in Brazil at the end of the 19th century bringing to Nova Venza a love of winemaking. From generation to generation this tradition has become the livelihood of their descendants. Managed by the couple Onévio J. Colombo and Maria Lúcia Gava Colombo, Borgo Winery is situated in a cozy castle inside the city. Between mountains and river has an ideal environment for manufacturing and tasting its products done carefully on a small scale. Winery is located on 500 Giovanni Gava bystreet in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
Reference: www.vinicolaborgo.com.br
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Spice Grinder Device
 Description: Donated by Angélica B. Panatto. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Posterior view of the Church
 Description: St. Mark`s Parish Church. Located in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Plate honoring the colonizing families
 Description: Plate honoring families of of German-Lithuanian and Italian immigrants that settled this region from 1891 until the early twentieth century. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Plaza, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Goniometer
 Description: Device used in measurements of the lands of the old colony di Venezia Nuova (it is a kind of theodolite). It was with this piece that the land-surveyor Natal Coral demarcated lands of Nova Veneza, in the late nineteenth century, before the first immigrants come. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Old phone
 Description: It was the first phone in the city and it was used to make phone calls from the doctor's to São Marcos Hospital. Donated by Priest Amilcar Gabriel. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Base of the chimney
 Description: This Chimney was part of the pork products industry that was in the city.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Old clothes iron
 Description: Used ember or coal. Donated by Marcos Spillere. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Oil painting of the Crucifixion of Jesus
 Description: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Monument to the Immigrant
 Description: Constituted by plates honoring families of immigrants that settled this region from 1891 until the early twentieth century. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Plaza, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Located down the street from St. Mark's Hospital, close to the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Church clock
 Description: Upper view of the clock of St. Mark's Church. Was brought from Turin (Italy) in the year 1922.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Interior of the Church
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Gate of the city
 Description: It is a tribute to Italian colonizers that is made through its architecture erected in basalt stones.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Tank for processing grapes
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Old house
 Description: Construction that is part of the historical architectural buildings of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Window
 Description: Cônego Miguel Giacca Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/12/2012
 Title: Crucifix
 Description: Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Clock mechanism of St. Mark Church
 Description: This clock was brought from Turin (Italy) in the year 1922. In this picture Mr. Vilmar Vittorio Ferro, caretaker of the Church, is winding the clock.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title:
 Description: Double bed with mattress of straw used in the Stone Houses, donated by the Bortolotto family. The pillowcases were used by Angelina G. Dalago and donated by Eulalia Santos. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Chimney
 Description: This Chimney was part of the pork products industry that was in the city.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/12/2012
 Title: Sculpture of St. John the Baptist
 Description: Work with pocketknife carved by immigrant and sculptor Angelo Moro. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Partial view of the city from the São Marcos Hospital
 Description: Stands out a top view of the Sagrada Família Institute of the Benedictine Sisters of Divine Providence, and behind chain of mountains called Serra Geral.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Facade
 Description: Facade of St. Mark's Hospital. This building serves as a hospital since the 1930s, but its construction dates 1895; year it was erected the central townhouse designed to be the office of the Companhia Metropolitana. Enhancements have been made ​​later and is currently owned by the Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters. It is located in the high part of the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Old window
 Description: Belongs to the building of the Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Green enamel teapot
 Description: Used to serve coffee, 1915. Donated by Joana D. Rampinelli. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Stone house
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Plate honoring the colonizing families
 Description: Plate honoring families of Italian immigrants that settled this region from 1891 until the early twentieth century. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Plaza, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Mudbricks
 Description: Bricks handmade by Floriano Mattia and donated by Priest Gabriel Amílcar. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Goethe wine
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Borgo Winery where this photograph was taken. Coming from the mountainous regions of northern Italy, the immigrant family arrived in Brazil at the end of the 19th century bringing to Nova Venza a love of winemaking. From generation to generation this tradition has become the livelihood of their descendants. Managed by the couple Onévio J. Colombo and Maria Lúcia Gava Colombo, Borgo Winery is situated in a cozy castle inside the city. Between mountains and river has an ideal environment for manufacturing and tasting its products done carefully on a small scale. Winery is located on 500 Giovanni Gava bystreet in São Bento Alto neighborhood.
Reference: www.vinicolaborgo.com.br
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Flowers
 Description: Humberto Bortoluzzi Square in the city centre
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Decorative greenery
 Description: Ghellere Inn
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Detail of chandelier
 Description: In the background there is part of a painting in the ceiling of the church. Collection of St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Typical landscape of the region
 Description: São Bento Alto region.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Description: Dome of the Sanctuary
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Funerary art
 Description: Municipal cemetery.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Stone wall called taipa
 Description: Stone house built by Family Bratti, 1891.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Wooden shoe and forms for making shoes
 Description: The wooden shoe was used by Priest Miguel Giacca, 1909, and was donated by Priest Gabriel Amilcar. Molds were used by shoemakers for making shoes. Immigrant Museum collection.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: L'America
 Description: Plate with the lyrics of the traditional Italian song Mérica Mérica. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Plaza, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Candles
 Description: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 21/08/2010
 Title: Landscape
 Description: Plowed soil and vegetation typical of the region
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Goethe Colonial Wine
 Description: One of the traditions brought by Italian immigrants to the south of Santa Catarina was the cultivation of grapes and the manufacture of wine. This culture was developed and preserved by their descendants. This is the case of Miguel Damiani family where this photograph was taken. Their production of grapes and wines is located in Santo Antônio neighborhood.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/01/2017
 Title: Facade detail
 Description: Cônego Miguel Giacca Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/12/2012
 Title: Interior of the Church
 Description: St. Mark Parish.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Clothes for the Venice Carnival
 Description: Costumes made ​​in the city of Nova Veneza inspired in the original Venice (Italy) Carnival, held in June each year. They are exposed to rent at Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Capital of the Italian gastronomy in Santa Catarina
 Description: Plate located near the entrance gate of the city: welcomes tourists and refers to the presence of Italian cuisine in town.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 12/03/2012
 Title: Commemorative plate
 Description: Inscription: "La comunita italiana di Urussanga ai fratelli di Nova Veneza in occasione del suo primo centenario di colonizzazione italiana". Translation: "Italian community of Urussanga to brothers of Nova Veneza on the occasion of its first centenaryof Italian colonization", June 21, 1991. Located in Humberto Bortoluzzi Square, in the city centre.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title:
 Description:
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 13/08/2011
 Title: Mask for Venice Carnival
 Description: Mask made ​​by Ateliê Arte Veneza, inspired by Venetian culture (Italy). Immigrant Museum.
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 Title: Image of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Description: Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio
 Local: Nova Veneza, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 17/05/2014
 


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