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.List of cities in BrazilSightseeing Tours in Campinas
1. Praça Arautos da Paz
The Heralds of Peace Square is a square located in the Eastern Region of Campinas, next to The Portugal Park and the Taquaral Lagoon. It is an open space, with an area of 65,000m², built in 2001, under mayor Antônio da Costa Santos, in a large unurbanized land to receive the 14th National Eucharistic Congress and revitalized in 2004, which receives large shows, circuses, outdoor film sessions and June parties, among other events, due to its location and the space available for large crowds of people. On April 21, 2016 was the stage for a free concert of the band Sepultura, there was confusion among the more than 20,000 people present and three people were stabbed and one person was arrested.
2. Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Campinas
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 Contemporary Brazilian 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.
3. Jockey Club Campineiro
Jockey Club Campineiro is a historic building located in the center of the Brazilian city of Campinas. The building, in eclectic style and with elements of art nouveau and neorenascença, had its construction completed in 1925, having been elected in 2008 one of the Seven Wonders of Campinas. It has 1 371.8 square meters and three floors.
4. Estação Cultura
The Culture Station "Mayor Antônio da Costa Santos", also known as Campinas Station, Campinas Central Station or Fepasa Station, is the former central railway station of the city of Campinas, in the interior of the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
Wikipedia: Estação Cultura Prefeito Antônio da Costa Santos (PT), Website, Heritage Website
5. Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS)
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 has this name due to its coating of Portuguese tiles on the upper floor.
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.
7. Palácio da Mogiana
The Mogiana Palace is a historic building located in the city center of Campinas. The building faces Visconde do Rio Branco Street, Campos Sales Avenue and General Osório Street, occupying approximately half a block.
8. Torre do Castelo
The Castle Tower - Vítor Negrete is a water tank of water, built in the 27 meters high -high style, located in Praça 23 de Outubro, in the Jardim Chapadão neighborhood, in the city of Campinas, in Brazil.
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