Parque Farroupilha, Porto Alegre

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Farroupilha Park (Parque Farroupilha in Portuguese), also known as Parque da Redenção, is a major urban park in the city of Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil.

The park was designed by French architect Alfred Agache and founded on September 19, 1935.

Near to the Centro Histórico (Historic Centre), Farroupilha Park is located within a polygon formed by José Bonifácio, João Pessoa, Luiz Englert, Setembrina and Osvaldo Aranha Avenues.

To visit Parque Farroupilha and other attractions in Porto Alegre, use our Porto Alegre road trip planning site.
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  • I was nearly beaten to death so criminals could steal my purse at 1:30 in the afternoon in this highly rated park. Absolutely do not be comforted that there are cameras and a police presence in the...  more »
  • It's a beautiful and quite big park. Locals love to go on weekends and I would recommend to tourist do the same. The park is fun this days when is full of people, but can be quite dangerous the other....  more »
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  • A must go in Porto Alegre! Good to relax by the trees or walk around the park. Awesome on sundays where happens a market of used things and arts. Just take care at night.
  • Its a nice place and if u go on sundays you would be able to see the artists from the "Brique feira"

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