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91 Culture edit In January 1973 the Fundação Cultural de Curitiba was set up, with the aim of promoting culture.
Curitiba has municipal health, education and day care networks, neighborhood libraries shared by schools and citizens and Citizenship Streets, where buildings provide essential public services, sports and cultural facilities near transportation terminals.
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53 The city is Brazil's second largest car manufacturer.
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