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Calmon, Santa Catarina (Brazil)

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Calmon, SC (Brazil)] image by Ivan Sache, 2 November 2021

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The municipality of Calmon (3,380 inhabitants in 2010; 63,953 ha) is located on the border with Paraná, 300 km north-west of Florianópolis.

Calmon, originally known as São Roque, was renamed to Calmon in 1909, following the inauguration of the railway station by Miguel Calmon Dunn Pin e Almeida, Minister of Transport and Public Works. South America's second biggest sawmill was located in Calmon. During the Contestado War, the rebels burned down the station and the sawmill on 5 September 1914.
Fish River, the most important river in Santa Catarin midwest, has its source in Calmon.
Municipal website

Ivan Sache, 2 November 2021

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Ivan Sache, 2 November 2021