Here you can find interesting sights in Campinas, Brazil. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Campinas, Brazil.Back to the list of cities in Brazil
1. Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS)
The Tile Palace is a historic building in the heart of the mountain city, at the intersection of combed Horseshoe Street and Kidney Bean. It is named because the floor above it is painted with Portuguese tiles. It was built in 1878, from housing to combed horseshoes, Baron Tatiba. In 1908, the building was sold to the municipality by the Baron's heirs, making it a forum and headquarters for the village town hall: the latter's functions continued until 1968, when the Ramadan palace had been completed.
2. Torre do Castelo
"Nigger" Castle Tower is a 27-meter-high water castle-style water box built in the square on October 23rd, located in the grass garden community. Built between 1936 and 1940, it has an original capacity of 250,000 liters. About 735 meters high, it is one of the highest points on the outskirts of the city's camping and a geodetic landmark, with a few blocks on top of it that allows you to see the city, like the japi saw, which is located about 40 kilometers away from the southern city.
3. Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Campinas
"Jose Pancetti" (Macc) is a public municipal body under the Secretariat for Culture, Sport and Leisure dedicated to the protection, research and dissemination of Brazilian contemporary art. It is located in a building attached to the Jekitiba Palace on Benjamin Avenue, on Benjamin Avenue, in the inland city of the state, Peggy Lam.
4. Jockey Club Campineiro
The Jockey Club is a historic building located in the center of the Brazilian campsite. The architectural style of this building is eclectic, with elements of new art and new renaissance. Built in 1925, it was selected as one of the wonders of seven campsites in 2008. 1,371.8 square meters, 3 floors.
5. Estação Cultura
The "Holy Shore Antarctic Mayor" Cultural Station, also known as Camping Station, Central Camping Station, or Fever Station, is the former Central Railway Station of the camping city, located inland in the barren beach. It has been a cultural center since 2002.
6. Largo do Carmo
Kapokuan is considered a zero landmark on the basis of camping city, and they are empty. Around him are the Karmic Church, the Kyrgyz Ento Academy, the Jockey Club, and the monuments and tombs of composers and jockeys.
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