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Os registros faziam parte dos mecanismos de controle das atividades coloniais, constituindo-se como postos fiscais nos quais se cobravam tributos devidos Coroa. Todos aqueles que percorriam a Estrada Real deviam passar obrigatoriamente por eles, portar passaporte e pagar tributos, tais como o quinto real e outros relativos ao tr塻ego de pessoas, mercadorias e animais. O Casar緌 do Registro do Paraibuna margeia a antiga via de liga誽o entre o litoral do Rio de Janeiro 跴 Minas - o chamado Caminho Novo - tinha uma vis緌 estrat嶲ica do espa蔞 que o circundava. No s嶰ulo XIX foram instaladas nas proximidades do casar緌: a ponte de madeira com base de pedra (ponte Presidente Ant獼io Carlos); a esta誽o de mudas da estrada Uni緌 e Indstria; e o trecho da Estrada de Ferro Dom Pedro II, com a esta誽o de Paraibuna. Mais tarde passaram a fazer parte do entorno o pontilh緌 met嫮ico que serve linha f廨rea, as edifica踥es lindeiras ao trecho rodovi嫫io e os demais equipamentos urbanos e ferrovi嫫ios locais. O casar緌 chama a aten誽o pela sua excepcionalidade, um dos poucos remanescentes com essas caracter疄ticas que se tem not獳ia no Estado de Minas Gerais.

The registries were part of the mechanisms of control of the colonial activities, constituting like fiscal positions in which were charged tributes due to the Crown. All those who traveled the Royal Road must pass for them, carry passports and pay taxes, such as the fifth real and others related to traffic of people, goods and animals. The Landmark of the Paraibuna Register bordering the old link between the coast of Rio de Janeiro and the Minas - called the New Way - had a strategic vision of the space that surrounded it. In century XIX were installed in the vicinity of the house: the wooden bridge with base of stone (bridge President Ant獼io Carlos); the seedling station of the road Union and Industry; and the section of the Dom Pedro II Railroad, with the Paraibuna station. Later on, the metal dome that serves the railway line, the buildings adjacent to the road stretch and other local urban and railway equipment became part of the surroundings. The house draws attention for its exceptionality, one of the few remnants with these characteristics that are known in the State of Minas Gerais.

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