The Moinho Rebouças was a mill built at the beginning of the twentieth century by British . It used to made bran, bulgar wheat, wheat flour, and cookies of the brand Soberana. The building burned down in 1942. Only in 2002, already as a Curitiba Cultural Foundation property, it was reopened. The Moinho Rebouças is a symbol of the revitalization project of the Rebouças district with activities of culture, leisure and business.