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 Title: Detail of Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, it was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Dona Tereza Cristina Railroad Bridge
 Description: It was built by English and is also known as Laranjeiras Bridge or Cabeçudas Bridge. It has 1480 meters of extension and has a movable span that allows the passage of small vessels. On July 18, 1882, the first train crossed that bridge definitively establishing a terrestrial interconnection between Imbituba and Laguna, which brought a great development to the region. It allowed the transport of coal and passengers, including immigrants who colonized southern Santa Catarina. It was deactivated in 1934 when Henrique Lage Bridge was inaugurated on September 1st and is still used.
Research Source: TONETTO, E. P.; GHIZZO, I.; PIROLA, L. "Colônia Azambuja: a imigração italiana no sul de Santa Catarina". Florianópolis: EPAGRI, 2015, 211p.
Note: historical photograph belongs to the collection of Amadio Vettoretti Public and Historical Archive from Tubarão, Brazil.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 15/01/2017
 Title: Walkway over the river Maruim
 Description: Region of the Salto waterfall
 Local: São Pedro de Alcântara, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/10/2010
 Title: Detail of the movable span of Dona Tereza Cristina Railroad bridge
 Description: It was built by English and is also known as Laranjeiras Bridge or Cabeçudas Bridge. It has 1480 meters of extension and has a movable span that allows the passage of small vessels. On July 18, 1882, the first train crossed that bridge definitively establishing a terrestrial interconnection between Imbituba and Laguna, which brought a great development to the region. It allowed the transport of coal and passengers, including immigrants who colonized southern Santa Catarina. It was deactivated in 1934 when Henrique Lage Bridge was inaugurated on September 1st and is still used.
Research Source: TONETTO, E. P.; GHIZZO, I.; PIROLA, L. "Colônia Azambuja: a imigração italiana no sul de Santa Catarina". Florianópolis: EPAGRI, 2015, 211p.
Note: historical photograph belongs to the collection of Amadio Vettoretti Public and Historical Archive from Tubarão, Brazil.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 15/01/2017
 Title: Plate of Hercílio Luz Bridge
 Description: The bridge connects the mainland and the island town of Florianopolis part. It is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and the largest in Brazil. Its construction began on November 14, 1922 and was inaugurated on May 13, 1926. He is currently closed for the passage of people or vehicles due to a reform of its structure.
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 09/12/2011
 Title: Small bridge
 Description: Located at Costa da Lagoa neighborhood
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 01/10/2011
 Title: Hercílio Luz Bridge
 Description: The bridge connects the mainland and the island town of Florianopolis part. It is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and the largest in Brazil. Its construction began on November 14, 1922 and was inaugurated on May 13, 1926. He is currently closed for the passage of pedestrians or vehicles due to a reform of its structure.
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 10/12/2011
 Title: Detail of the structure of Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, this bridge was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/02/2012
 Title: Detail of Anita Garibaldi bridge structure
 Description: Detail of central span during the junction finalization of the interconnection of the two cable-stayed towers. Built over Laranjeiras Channel at the locality of Cabeçuda, this bridge with 2817 meters long, is the second largest cable-stayed one in Brazil; being the first curve cable-stayed bridge in the country.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/01/2015
 Title: Details of Dona Tereza Cristina Railroad Bridge
 Description: It was built by English and is also known as Laranjeiras Bridge or Cabeçudas Bridge. It has 1480 meters of extension and has a movable span that allows the passage of small vessels. On July 18, 1882, the first train crossed that bridge definitively establishing a terrestrial interconnection between Imbituba and Laguna, which brought a great development to the region. It allowed the transport of coal and passengers, including immigrants who colonized southern Santa Catarina. It was deactivated in 1934 when Henrique Lage Bridge was inaugurated on September 1st and is still used.
Research Source: TONETTO, E. P.; GHIZZO, I.; PIROLA, L. "Colônia Azambuja: a imigração italiana no sul de Santa Catarina". Florianópolis: EPAGRI, 2015, 211p.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 15/01/2017
 Title: Encruzilhada bridge
 Description: Built and inaugurated in 2012 for the celebrations of the 51 years of the city. It makes the pedestrian interconnection of the House of Culture to the Children`s Park located next to the Piazza San Polo Di Piave in the city centre.
 Local: Arroio Trinta, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 29/10/2016
 Title: Hercílio Luz Bridge view from the Sant`Ana Fort
 Description: The bridge connects the mainland and the island town of Florianopolis part. It is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and the largest in Brazil. Its construction began on November 14, 1922 and was inaugurated on May 13, 1926. He is currently closed for the passage of pedestrians or vehicles due to a reform of its structure.
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 10/12/2011
 Title: Detail of Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, it was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Anita Garibaldi Bridge
 Description: Built over Laranjeiras Channel at the locality of Cabeçuda, this bridge with 2817 meters long, is the second largest cable-stayed one in Brazil; being the first curve cable-stayed bridge in the country.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 23/01/2015
 Title: Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, it was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Pedestrian bridge
 Description: With traces of predominantly Italian architecture this pedestrian bridge is located near the portal of the city on one of the affluents of Trinta river.
 Local: Arroio Trinta, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 29/10/2016
 Title: Interior of the Hercílio Luz Bridge
 Description: The bridge connects the mainland and the island town of Florianopolis part. It is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and the largest in Brazil. Its construction began on November 14, 1922 and was inaugurated on May 13, 1926. He is currently closed for the passage of pedestrians or vehicles due to a reform of its structure.
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 09/12/2011
 Title: Hercílio Luz Bridge
 Description: Night view. The bridge connects the mainland and the island town of Florianopolis part. It is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and the largest in Brazil. Its construction began on November 14, 1922 and was inaugurated on May 13, 1926. He is currently closed for the passage of pedestrians or vehicles due to a reform of its structure.
 Local: Florianópolis, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 31/12/2013
 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: Water sports on the Imaruí Lagoon
 Description: In the background Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge and the locality of Cabeçuda.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/09/2010
 Title: Pylons of the Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, this bridge was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Detail of the structure of Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, this bridge was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Dona Tereza Cristina Railroad Bridge
 Description: It was built by English and is also known as Laranjeiras Bridge or Cabeçudas Bridge. It has 1480 meters of extension and has a movable span that allows the passage of small vessels. On July 18, 1882, the first train crossed that bridge definitively establishing a terrestrial interconnection between Imbituba and Laguna, which brought a great development to the region. It allowed the transport of coal and passengers, including immigrants who colonized southern Santa Catarina. It was deactivated in 1934 when Henrique Lage Bridge was inaugurated on September 1st and is still used.
Research Source: TONETTO, E. P.; GHIZZO, I.; PIROLA, L. "Colônia Azambuja: a imigração italiana no sul de Santa Catarina". Florianópolis: EPAGRI, 2015, 211p.
Note: historical photograph belongs to the collection of Amadio Vettoretti Public and Historical Archive from Tubarão, Brazil.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 Title: Portal of the city
 Description: It is a replica of the Rialto bridge in Venice, Italy.
 Local: Arroio Trinta, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 28/01/2017
 Title: Suspension bridge over Tubarão river
 Description: Next to the city centre.
 Local: Pedras Grandes, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 26/12/2016
 Title: Detail of Dona Tereza Cristina railroad bridge
 Description: Situated in the locality of Cabeçuda over the Imaruí Lagoon, it was inaugurated in 1882. It is the largest iron bridge in Brazil, with a structure of 1,460 meters long. It was used to transport coal and passengers. It has been disabled in 1934 with the construction of a new bridge.
 Local: Laguna, Brazil
 Date of Registration: 11/03/2012
 


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