"This region houses many signs of the first waves of american settlers. The Railroad of the Lakes Region pass through the region before leaving it to the east. It was the most used mean of transport of the second half of the nineteenth century (19e) and hundreds of thousands people have beneficiated from this revolution. By following the railway to the south, the ruins of an ancient mining village can be observed. Only the old church from the 19th century still stands tall."
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