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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.


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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