Curitiba Brazil

Curitiba is a city in southern Brazil and the capital of Paraná state since 1854.  It was founded in 1654 as a gold-mining camp. Population: 1,8 million (2010).

From the early 19th century it received many German, Italian, and Polish settlers, and immigration continued during the 20th century with the arrival of Syrians and Japanese, as well as a massive influx of internal migrants from rural areas.

See also maps, tourism and Iguaçu Falls.



Paraná Turismo


Church Ordem Historic Center


◄Geographic Guide



Map Curitiba


In Curitiba

Art in Curitiba

Arts & Crafts Fair


Barigui Park

Botanical Garden


Curitiba City Hall

Freedom Palace

Garibaldi Square

German Woods

Guaíra Theater

Historic Center

Japan Square


Memorial of Curitiba

Oscar Niemeyer Museum

Panoramic Tower


Passaúna Park

Polish Memorial

Ruy Barbosa Square

São Lourenço Park

Shopping Estação

Street of the Flowers

Tanguá Park

Tiradentes Square

Travel Services

Ukrainian Memorial

Wire Opera House


Botanical Garden


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Iguacu Falls


The Botanical Garden at sunrise.


Brazil Travel


Largo da Ordem, in the Historic Center of Curitiba.





Curitiba Images