8 Sights in Campinas, Brazil (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Campinas, Brazil. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Campinas, Brazil.

Sightseeing Tours in Campinas

1. Praça Arautos da Paz

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The Armors of Peace Square is a square located in the East Region of Campinas, next to Portugal Park and Taquaral Lagoa. It is an open space, with an area of 65,000 square feet, built in 2001, under the mandate of Prefect Antonio of Costa Santos, in a large non-urbanised land to receive the 14th National Eucaristic Congress, which receives large-scale shows, circuses, open-air film sessions and joints, among other events, depending on their location and the space available for large groups of people. On April 21, 2016, it was a stage for a free grave band show, there was a confusion between over 20,000 people present being that three people were stabbed and one person was arrested.

Wikipedia: Praça Arautos da Paz (PT)

2. Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Campinas

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The Museum of Contemporary Art of Campinas "José Pancetti" (MACC) is a municipal public institution, subordinated to the Secretariat of Culture and Tourism, and focused on the conservation, study and dissemination of Brazilian contemporary art. It is located in a building attached to the Jequitibás Palace, under the Municipal Library "Ernesto Manoel Zink" on Benjamin Constant Avenue, in the center of Campinas, a municipality in the interior of the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Wikipedia: Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Campinas (PT)

3. Jockey Club Campineiro

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The Campine Jockey Club is a historical building located in the Brazilian Campine City Center. The building, eclectic and art nouveau and neorrenascence, was constructed in 1925 and one of the Seven Wonders of Campines was elected in 2008. It has 1,371.8 square feet and three decks.

Wikipedia: Jockey Club Campineiro (PT)

4. Estação Cultura

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The “Mayor Antônio da Costa Santos” Culture Station, also known as Campinas Station, Campinas Central Station or Fepasa station, is the former central railway station of Campinas, in the interior of the state of São Paulo, Brazil and since 2002, it acts as a cultural center.

Wikipedia: Estação Cultura Prefeito Antônio da Costa Santos (PT), Website, Heritage Website

5. Largo do Carmo

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Largo do Carmo

Largo do Carmo is considered the zero marco of the foundation of the city of Campinas, São Paulo. In its surroundings are the Church of Carmo, the Bento Quirino College, the Jockey Club Campinas and the monument-tumuous of the composer and maestro Campinas Carlos Gomes.

Wikipedia: Largo do Carmo (Campinas) (PT)

6. Torre do Castelo

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The Castle Tower - Vítor Negrete is a water tower of the water tower type, built in the art deco style, with 27 meters high, located in Praça 23 de Outubro, in the Jardim Chapadão neighborhood, in the city of Campinas, Brazil.

Wikipedia: Torre do Castelo (Campinas) (PT)

7. Palácio da Mogiana

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The Mogiana Palace is a historic building located in the center of the city of Campinas. The building faces Visconde do Rio Branco Street, Campos Sales Avenue and General Osório Street, occupying approximately half a block.

Wikipedia: Palácio da Mogiana (PT)

8. Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS)

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The Palace of Tiles is a historic building located in the center of Campinas, at the intersection of Ferreira Penteado and Regent Feijó streets. It is named after its Portuguese tile coating on the upper floor.

Wikipedia: Palácio dos Azulejos (PT)


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