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Muçum

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Muçum is a little town in the Lajeado-Estrela microregion of the Centro Oriental Rio-Grandense mesoregion of Rio Grande do Sul in the South of Brazil.

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Muçum is of Italian settlement situated in the "Vale do Taquari" washed by Guaporé River.

The town was named after the discovery of a great number of a fish named "Mussum". However the spelling slid to ç through out the years.

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The city is famous because of its traditional Italian "Brazilian" food such as Pien.

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