The Marechal Floriano avenue has its beginning at Curitiba downtown, more precisely at the square that is Ground Zero of the city, the Tiradentes square. From that point, the Marechal Floriano (which from the Carlos Gomes square receives channels dedicated to buses) crosses major districts of Curitiba such as Rebouças, Parolin, Hauer and Boqueirão. It is the main avenue of those neighborhoods with predominantly strong retail trade. Three public transport terminals (Hauer, Carmo and Boqueirão) are in this avenue. The architecture that seems to have historical value and that was portrayed in these photos by me, goes from the Tiradentes Square up to the Presidente Kennedy avenue. After that, the building does not caught your attention for their architecture, but all of them resembles a small city, with smaller buildings trading both sides of the main avenue of the city. The avenue Marechal Floriano ends at Iguaçú Park, at the city of São José dos Pinhais.