Visit CATHEDRAL BELLS; IN THE HEART OF ONE OF THE 7 WONDERS OF BRAZIL
Why take this tour?
The Cathedral of Nossa Senhora de Lourdes or the Catedral de Pedra; is a Catholic church located in the city of Canela, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil. It is considered a major tourist attraction of the so-called Serra Gaúcha. Its characteristic style is English Gothic. The church has a 65 meter high tower and a 12-bell carillon made of cast bronze, Made by Giacomo Crespi from Italy. Inside, there are three panels made up of canvases painted by the artist Marciano Schmitz, representing "Apparition of the Virgin", "Allegory of Angels" and "The Annunciation". The Via Sacra paintings were made by Pablo Herrera, a Uruguayan sculptor and restorer of Sacred Art. Wood and clay were used, with the bottom full of paintings with images superimposed on the clay.
Entrance Ticket to Parish Our Lady of Lourdes
Entry/Admission - Paróquia Nossa Senhora de Lourdes
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Duration: 20-50 minutes
Mobile tickets accepted
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
A visit consists of a rise inside the tower of the Cathedral of Pedras de Canela.
Possui um museu of sacred art, telling the history of the Cathedral and Cônego João Marchesi (idealizer).
Two 12 sinos in bronze is presented to the history of Carrilhão, whose set weighs 4 tons.
Ao chegar no topo da visitação, you can appreciate MAGNIFICENT panoramic view of Canela City.
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