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Geocode 28° 22′ 11″ S 49° 17′ 13″ W - Altitude 132 m
  Orleans



 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 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 collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Water well
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old cupboards
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old vat for grape fermentation
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old ox cart
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Machinery used in the colony
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Sacred art
 Description: Collection of Santa Otília Parish. In the centre the image of patroness Santa Otília.The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Tubarão river
 Description: During the colonization period south of Santa Catarina, the pathway near the Tubarão river that was already used by the muleteers that traveled between Laguna and mountains, also began to be used by the Italian immigrants for the travel towards the colonies. Currently this route coincides largely with parts of the SC 390 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Crucifixes
 Description: Collection of Santa Otília Parish. The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Iron pot over a bonfire
 Description: Habit of old colonizers. Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Sculpture by Father João Leonir Dall`Alba by artist Paulo Verani
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Santa Otília Parish
 Description: The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Details of the interior of Santa Otília Parish
 Description: Collection of Santa Otília Parish. The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Colonial house and wine cellar
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Knife and fork
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 1970//
 Title: Tubarão river
 Description: During the colonization period south of Santa Catarina, the pathway near the Tubarão river that was already used by the muleteers that traveled between Laguna and mountains, also began to be used by the Italian immigrants for the travel towards the colonies. Currently this route coincides largely with parts of the SC 390 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Water tank
 Description: This tank was used to transport mineral water by carts, for approximately 8 km from Termas da Guarda at Guarda Margem Direita neighborhood, to market it in the centre of Tubarão. It is part of the collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Detail of an old kitchen table used by Italian immigrants
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Detail of an old house with traces of architecture brought by immigrants
 Description: Located in the district of Pindotiba.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Detail of an old cart
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Drawer with handle of an old furniture
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old candle holder
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Smoke ovens
 Description: Located in the district of Pindotiba.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Old table with chairs
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Wood cook stove
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Sacred art
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old table with chairs
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Tubarão river
 Description: During the colonization period south of Santa Catarina, the pathway near the Tubarão river that was already used by the muleteers that traveled between Laguna and mountains, also began to be used by the Italian immigrants for the travel towards the colonies. Currently this route coincides largely with parts of the SC 390 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Smoke oven
 Description: Located next to SC 390 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Colonial domestic environment
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Spoon
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Wood oven
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Tubarão river
 Description: In the region of the bridge between the municipalities of Pedras Grandes and Orleans.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Enamelled mugs
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Small trunk brought by the Italian immigrants during the colonization period of the south of Santa Catarina
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Details of the interior of Santa Otília Parish
 Description: Collection of Santa Otília Parish. The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old double bed
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Residential oratory
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old altar
 Description: This altar is part of the collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Detail of an old kitchen table used by Italian immigrants
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old smoke oven
 Description: Located in the district of Pindotiba.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Picture of adornment with sacred motifs used in houses of Italian immigrants
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old trunk brought by the Italian immigrants during the colonization period of the south of Santa Catarina
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Sort of bowl with handle carved in wood for cooking
 Description: Habit of old colonizers. Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Cookware
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Earl d`Eu Monument
 Description: Luís Felipe Maria Fernando Gastão de Orleans was the name of Earl d`Eu. Built in commemoration of the 90 years of the municipality this monument is located in the city centre and contains the following words: "On the occasion of his first visit to Orleans on a special travel on Dona Teresa Cristina Railway on December 26, 1884 His Highness the Earl d`Eu visited the construction site of the railroad in lands of Colony of Grão-Pará. Upon landing at this site he heard information from his company`s engineers indicating the location below the railroad bridge over Tubarão river as a safer option for the colony. He did not hesitate to state: "Here will be the headquarter of southern part of the Colony of Grão-Pará and will have the name of ORLEANS in honor of my family in France".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Chapel
 Description: This chapel is part of the collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old cart
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum
 Description: This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old trunk brought by the Italian immigrants during the colonization period of the south of Santa Catarina
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Handmade press for cheese making and conformation
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Antigo host tabernacle
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Knife and fork
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 1970//
 Title: Sort of bowl carved in wood for cooking
 Description: Habit of old colonizers. Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Altares of Santa Otília Parish
 Description: The first Mass in Orleans was celebrated in 1887 in the house owned by Mr. Pedro Silvano. In 1890 the construction of a chapel under the title of Santa Otília was begun, all in stone located near the Railway Station and the Dona Tereza Cristina Railway. The solemn inauguration took place in 1892. The construction of the current church was begun in 1922 and for a long time remained without the tower. Its conclusion occurred on January 24, 1960.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old house with traces of architecture brought by immigrants
 Description: Located near SC 446 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 14/01/2017
 Title: Tubarão river
 Description: During the colonization period south of Santa Catarina, the pathway near the Tubarão river that was already used by the muleteers that traveled between Laguna and mountains, also began to be used by the Italian immigrants for the travel towards the colonies. Currently this route coincides largely with parts of the SC 390 highway.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Kitchen cupboard
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Detail of an old candle holder
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Colonial house
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old cradle used by Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina
 Description: It was used to place the baby in the double room making it easier to care for the newborn. Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Ostensory
 Description: Also called Custody is a generally gilded steel piece. There the Blessed Sacrament, the living Jesus, is consecrated in the host. It is used for exposing Jesus at the altar and during the processions.
Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Chapel
 Description: Located in the central part of the city.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old manufactory using driving force of water wheels
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Zé Diabo stone sculptures
 Description: This wall contains panels representing biblical passages. Sculptures of the mason and artist José Fernandes, the "Zé Diabo", born in Orleans on March 19, 1930. This work made in solid stone in the central area of the city started on June 6, 1980 took 15 years of work and occupies 170 square meters. It contains this biblical passages: "The Creation of Man", "The Sacrifice of Abraham", "The Passage of the Red Sea", "The Temple of King Solomon" and "The Prophets".
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old crucifix
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Washing Machine
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old squeezer used in the colony
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Sacred art
 Description: Collection of Earl D`Eu Immigration Museum. Installed in the Stone House of Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum, this museum was inaugurated on August 30, 1970. It began to be formed in 1967 through a work realized by Saint Joseph Seminary and coordinated by the Father João Leonir Dall`Alba. Its collection consists of historical material: work tools, household utensils, sacred images, objects of adornment, comfort and personal assistance, furniture, numismatics, archaeological collection, clothing, collection of regional ores, etc.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Old water wheel
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 Title: Kitchenware
 Description: Collection of the Princess Isabel Open-Air Museum. This museum is the first of its kind in Latin America. It was inaugurated on August 30, 1980 in an area of 20 thousand square meters. It has collections and environments that refer to the way of life of the Italian immigrants who colonized the south of Santa Catarina at the end of the 19th century.
 Local: Orleans, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/03/2012
 


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