58 Sights in São Paulo, Brazil (with Map and Images)

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1. Oca

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Often called the Hollow Garcez Walnut Pavilion is an exhibition pavilion located in the city's Ibirapuera Park. It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1951 to form a suite of buildings for the original Ibirapuela Park, which was built to mark the city's centenary and was founded in 1954.

Wikipedia: Oca (Parque do Ibirapuera) (PT)

2. Museu Afro-Brasil

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Museu Afro Brasil is a history, artistic and ethnographic museum dedicated to the research, preservation, and exhibition of objects and works related to the cultural sphere of black people in Brazil. It is a public institution held by the Secretariat for Culture of the São Paulo State and managed by the Museu Afro Brasil Association. The museum is located in Ibirapuera Park, a major urban park in São Paulo. The Manoel da Nóbrega Pavilion, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1959, houses the Museum. It holds around 6 thousands items and pieces including paintings, sculptures, photos, documents, and archives created between the 15th Century and the present day. The aggregation of pieces includes many works of the African and Afro-Brazilian cultural spheres, ranging from subjects and topics such as religion, labor, and art to the African Diaspora and slavery, whilst registering and affirming the historical trajectory and the African influences in the construction of the Brazilian society. The Museum also offers a diverse range of cultural and didactic activities, temporary expositions, and contains a theater and a specialized library.

Wikipedia: Museu Afro Brasil (EN)

3. Mercadinho Zé do Norte

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Mercadinho Zé do Norte Katrina.Tuliao / CC BY 2.0

In economics, a market is a composition of systems, institutions, procedures, social relations or infrastructures whereby parties engage in exchange. While parties may exchange goods and services by barter, most markets rely on sellers offering their goods or services to buyers in exchange for money. It can be said that a market is the process by which the prices of goods and services are established. Markets facilitate trade and enable the distribution and allocation of resources in a society. Markets allow any tradeable item to be evaluated and priced. A market emerges more or less spontaneously or may be constructed deliberately by human interaction in order to enable the exchange of rights of services and goods. Markets generally supplant gift economies and are often held in place through rules and customs, such as a booth fee, competitive pricing, and source of goods for sale.

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4. Sua consulta

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A physician, medical practitioner, medical doctor, or simply doctor, is a health professional who practices medicine, which is concerned with promoting, maintaining or restoring health through the study, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of disease, injury, and other physical and mental impairments. Physicians may focus their practice on certain disease categories, types of patients, and methods of treatment—known as specialities—or they may assume responsibility for the provision of continuing and comprehensive medical care to individuals, families, and communities—known as general practice. Medical practice properly requires both a detailed knowledge of the academic disciplines, such as anatomy and physiology, underlying diseases and their treatment—the science of medicine—and also a decent competence in its applied practice—the art or craft of medicine.

Wikipedia: Physician (EN)

5. Parque da Água Branca

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Parque da Água Branca Dennis Fidalgo from São Paulo, Brasil / CC BY-SA 2.0

Whitewater State Park is a park located in Deep Strip District, Whiteboard District, Brazil. The site covers an area of 136,765,41 square meters and is located on Francis Avenue in Matarazo, Whitewater District. The park, formed by the Brazilian Rural Society (SRB), was established in 1905 and announced by the Brazilian Minister of Agriculture on June 2, 1929. Soda Coast, responsible for providing new products to the animal industry, and established the dairy department of the animal industry. The park was built during the period when Whitewater Avenue was even paved with asphalt. The park was made a national cultural, historical, architectural, tourism, technological and landscape heritage by Condephaat in 1996 and released by Conpresp in 2004 in the form of historical, architectural and landscape-environmental values.

Wikipedia: Parque da Água Branca (PT)

6. Catedral da Sé

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The São Paulo Metropolitan Cathedral, also known as the See Cathedral, is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of São Paulo, Brazil. Its current and seventh Metropolitan Archbishop is Dom Odilo Pedro Cardinal Scherer, appointed by Pope Benedict XVI on March 21, 2007, and installed on April 29 of the same year. The existing cathedral's construction, in a Gothic revival style, began in 1913 and ended four decades later. It was ready for its dedication on the 400th anniversary of the foundation of the then humble villa of São Paulo by Chief or Cacique Tibiriçá and the Jesuit priests Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta. Despite its Renaissance-style dome, the São Paulo Metropolitan Cathedral is considered by some to be the fourth largest neo-Gothic cathedral in the world.

Wikipedia: São Paulo Cathedral (EN)

7. Autódromo José Carlos Pace

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The Autódromo José Carlos Pace, better known as Interlagos, is a 4.309 km (2.677 mi) motorsport circuit located in the city of São Paulo, in the neighborhood of Interlagos. It was inaugurated on 12 May 1940, by the federal intervener Adhemar de Barros. The traditional name of the circuit and of the neighborhood itself comes from the fact that it is located in a region between two large artificial lakes, Guarapiranga and Billings, which were built in the beginning of the 20th century to supply the city with water and electricity. In 1985 the circuit was renamed to honor the Formula 1 driver José Carlos Pace, who died in a plane crash in 1977. Attached to its facilities there is a Kart circuit named after Ayrton Senna. The circuit runs counterclockwise.

Wikipedia: Interlagos Circuit (EN)

8. Telefone Público

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A payphone is typically a coin-operated public telephone, often located in a telephone booth or in high-traffic outdoor areas, with prepayment by inserting money or by billing a credit or debit card, or a telephone card. Prepaid calling cards also facilitate establishing a call by first calling the provided toll-free telephone number, entering the card account number and PIN, then the desired telephone number. An equipment usage fee may be charged as additional units, minutes or tariff fee to the collect/third-party, debit, credit, telephone or prepaid calling card when used at payphones. By agreement with the landlord, either the phone company pays rent for the location and keeps the revenue, or the landlord pays rent for the phone and shares the revenue.

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9. Beco do Pinto

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The Beco do Pinto, also known as Beco do Colégio, is a passage located between the Casa Número Um and Solar da Marquesa de Santos in the center of São Paulo. It links the streets Roberto Simonsen and Bitterncourt Rodrigues. In Brazil's colonial times, it had the function of allowing the transit of people and animals between the "Largo da Sé" and the meadow of Tamanduateí River. Today, under the administration of "Casa da Imagem", it houses projects especially developed for the space by contemporary artists. It also constitutes an important architectural, historical and cultural setting, together with buildings that surround it, and integrates the Museu da Cidade de São Paulo.

Wikipedia: Beco do Pinto (EN)

10. Igreja de Santo Antônio

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St Anthony's Church is a Catholic temple located in the center of Paulo (Brazil) on the Patriarchal Square near the Cha overpass. The church, a national heritage and also considered the oldest remaining in the city, was built in the last decades of the xvi century-as recorded in the first documents of its existence, dated 1592. In the xvii century it sheltered the Franciscan order, while in the xvii century it was subordinate to the brotherhood of our white rosary ladies. Over the past four centuries, it has undergone various reforms and interventions, especially on the facade that reopened in a compromise way in 1919.

Wikipedia: Igreja Santo Antônio (São Paulo) (PT)

11. Museu do Futebol

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The Football Museum is a space in the city of São Paulo, Brazil dedicated to the most different subjects involving the practice, history and curiosities revolving around football in Brazil and in the world. This cultural space was built inside Pacaembu Stadium, located at Charles Miller Square in the Pacaembu neighborhood, on the west side of the city. The work was carried out by a consortium formed by the municipality and the São Paulo state government and inaugurated on September 29, 2008, with the presence of Pelé. From one of the exhibition rooms it is possible to admire the lawn of the stadium from above.

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12. Secretaria da Educação do Estado de São Paulo

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The Crocker Country House, located in the cowshed, is considered one of the milestones in the process of teaching renewal. Opened on August 2, 1894, during a major investment in the education sector, the building was designed to host the capital's first ordinary school, known as Caputano Ordinary School, under the name of Professor Caputano. The school is the principal of the institution, and the teaching reform is carried out during the teaching reform. In addition, in 1934, it provided support for the implementation of the university and for some time hosted the College of Philosophy, Science and Alphabet.

Wikipedia: Casa Caetano de Campos (PT)

13. Viaduto do Chá

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Viaduto do Chá Felipe Mostarda / CC BY-SA 3.0

Viaduto do Chá is a viaduct of São Paulo, Brazil. It was the first viaduct built in the city, and was instigated by Jules Martin, a French immigrant to the city. The 240-metre (790 ft) span crosses the Vale do Anhangabaú. Originally conceived in 1877, construction started in 1888 before being stopped one month later by a court case brought by local residents. Construction resumed in 1889, and the iron bridge was completed in 1892. The original viaduct was replaced in 1938 with a new concrete span. It often appears in TV interviews, as well as films and telenovelas set in São Paulo.

Wikipedia: Viaduto do Chá (EN)

14. Planetário do Ibirapuera

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Professor Arisdorf Orsini's planetarium, also known as Ibarapuela Planetarium, is located in Bilapuela Park, in their city. Opened on 26 January 1957, the first Brazilian planetarium was administered by the state of Bahia, through the Open University for Environment and Culture of Peace-which also manages the city of Camato planetarium professor acacacio riberi. Bilapuela Planetarium is considered a great attraction because of its location in the center of the room and other important factors, such as architectural features, which enhance visitors' immersion in outer space enthusiasts.

Wikipedia: Planetário do Ibirapuera (PT)

15. Casa de Dona Yayá

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In the beautiful neighborhood, Yaya's residence is a historic building, which is currently managed by the University Cultural Preservation Center. Built at the end of the tenth century, the house is a symbol of eclectic architecture in central Polynesia, with the characteristics of symbolizing different periods of urban history in the past 100 years. Considered one of the last buildings to bypass the tea-ceremony belt of the city centre in the xx century, the house's characteristics today are bestowed by four major renovations made over the years by its five different owners.

Wikipedia: Casa de Dona Yayá (PT)

16. Capela dos Aflitos

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The Chapel of the Distressed, also known as the Chapel of Our Lady in Distress, is situated on a side street in Liberty, between Bulgaria Street and Glory Street, and can pass through Student Street and the side of Liberty Station. There, there are still a few alleys, that is, the alleys of the people in distress. This open-air graveyard opened in 1775, usually during the burial period inside the church, and was reserved only for the burial of poor people who did not belong to the Rosary Brotherhood, slaves and prisoners on death row on the gallows known by suicides.

Wikipedia: Capela dos Aflitos (PT)

17. Capela do Menino Jesus e Santa Luzia

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Jesuit and Jesuit Church is a Catholic religious temple located at 104 Smoke Gate Street in the holy area of central Brazil. Neo-Gothic, Typically, In the early tenth century, Most of the buildings are built on small cages, The church opened on December 13, 1901. The memorial date of the Guardian Gala was built by Italian architect Domenico del, one of the seven priests of Sales who arrived in Brazil in 1883. His works are ornamental works of Florentine Chinese painter Orles Seri, which are regarded as reference when he makes artistic expressions in the church.

Wikipedia: Capela do Menino Jesus e Santa Luzia (PT)

18. Monumento às Bandeiras

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Monument to the Bandeiras is a large-scale granite sculpture by the Italian-Brazilian sculptor Victor Brecheret (1894-1955) at the entrance of Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo, Brazil. It was commissioned by the government of São Paulo in 1921 and completed in 1954. It commemorates the 17th-century bandeiras, or settling expeditions into the interior of Brazil, and the bandeirantes that participated in them. The monument is huge and in a prominent location, making it an easily identifiable part of the landscape of São Paulo.

Wikipedia: Monument to the Bandeiras (EN)

19. Edifício do Tribunal de Justiça de São Paulo

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Pipiranga 165 is a building located at 165 Pipiranga Avenue, which has been used as the office of the Paulo Court (TJSP) lander since 2007 when it was transferred from Paulo Cavel. Until 2004, the function of the building was: Hilton Hotel, one of the first luxury hotels in the city and one of the most important hotels at present. From 2004 to 2007, after the relocation of the hotel, the building was closed. After a partial reform of its structure, it became the duty station for 126 liquidators of the Public Law Chamber.

Wikipedia: Edifício do Tribunal de Justiça de São Paulo (PT)

20. Casa da Imagem

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Residence No. 1 is a historic residence in the centre of the city, located in Lop Nur (brasil), at 1 Old Comer Street, now 136-b Lop Nur Street. House No. 1 is a three-storey remnant, where a Tapipa house was built, the first owner, according to 1689 records, of Franciscan days, and then sold to lilac cigarette packs. In 1855, it was converted into a Pareto high school, and with the death of the last headmaster, it was sold to the Cunitto major in charge of masonry, which remains to this day.

Wikipedia: Casa Número Um (PT)

21. Guarda Civil Metropolitana

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The Public Security Police Department is a uniform group established by the camp units on October 22, 1926. The State President is responsible for the implementation of public security in urban areas within the State, and handles public safety and personal and property losses of citizens in accordance with the municipal security standards established on the same day. It is now considered to be the embryo of all municipal guards in the national capital and inland cities.

Wikipedia: Guarda Civil do Estado de São Paulo (PT)

22. Teatro Municipal de São Paulo

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Teatro Municipal de São Paulo Theatro Municipal de São Paulo / Conteúdo restrito

City Hall is a Brazilian theater, located in Bavarian city. It was designed by architect Sour Branch in an eclectic architectural style, inspired by Paris opera, and opened in 1911. It is one of the city's postcards, on a leafy square of holly trees, and is also considered one of the country's most important theaters. It was established to satisfy the aspirations of the then Purochist elite, who wanted the city to go hand in hand with the great cultural center.

Wikipedia: Teatro Municipal de São Paulo (PT)

23. Imagem Nossa Senhora Aparecida

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Our Lady Aparecida - Our Lady Revealed - is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the traditional form associated with the Immaculate Conception associated with a clay statue bearing the same title. The image is widely venerated by Brazilian Catholics, who consider her as the principal patroness of Brazil. Historical accounts state that the statue was originally found by three fishermen who miraculously caught many fish after invoking the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Wikipedia: Our Lady of Aparecida (EN)

24. Bola Sport Clube

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Salon football refers to the football that a team composed of five people adapts to practice in the sports field. Originally managed by the International Indoor Football Federation, it is now managed by the World Indoor Football Association. Indoor football should be distinguished from futsal faa by retaining the rules of sport in accordance with its early conventions. It should be noted that the word futsal is often used as a synonym for salon football.

Wikipedia: Futebol de salão (PT)

25. Círculo Bíblico - Diocese de Santo Amaro

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The historicity of the Bible is the question of the Bible's relationship to history—covering not just the Bible's acceptability as history but also the ability to understand the literary forms of biblical narrative. One can extend biblical historicity to the evaluation of whether or not the Christian New Testament is an accurate record of the historical Jesus and of the Apostolic Age. This tends to vary depending upon the opinion of the scholar.

Wikipedia: Historicity of the Bible (EN)

26. Edifício Sampaio Moreira

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The Sampaio Moreira Building is located at Rua Líbero Badaró, 346, in the central region of the city of São Paulo. Twelve stories and fifty meters high, the building was named After Sampaio Moreira in honor of its owner José de Sampaio Moreira (1866-1943), a merchant who was convinced by architect Christiano Stockler in 1920 to build the building that would finish the monument of The Anhangabaú Park, which was ready four years later.

Wikipedia: Edifício Sampaio Moreira (PT)

27. Imagem Nossa Senhora de Fátima

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Our Lady of Fátima ; formally known as Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fátima) is a Catholic title of Mary, mother of Jesus, based on the Marian apparitions reported in 1917 by three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria in Fátima, Portugal. The three children were Lúcia dos Santos and her cousins Francisco and Jacinta Marto. José Alves Correia da Silva, Bishop of Leiria, declared the events worthy of belief on 13 October 1930.

Wikipedia: Our Lady of Fátima (EN)

28. Praça da República

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Praça da República is a park and public square in the República neighborhood of São Paulo, Brazil. The park covers several city blocks between Rua Pedro Américo, Rua Vinte e Quatro de Maio, Avenida Ipiranga, and Avenida São João in the historic center of the city. Praça da República had many names before 1889, including Largo dos Curros, Largo da Palha, Praça das Milícias, Largo Sete de Abril, and Praça 15 de Novembro.

Wikipedia: Praça da República (São Paulo) (EN)

29. Praça Marechal Cordeiro de Farias

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Marechal Cordeiro de Farias Square is a square located in the Higienópolis neighborhood of the district of Consolação, São Paulo, Brazil. It begins at the terminus of Paulista Avenue, and has corners on Minas Gerais, Itápolis avenues and Angelica street. The square is named after the Marshal Osvaldo Cordeiro de Farias (1901-1981), a Brazilian revolutionary, politician, and former governor of the State of Rio Grande do Sul.

Wikipedia: Marechal Cordeiro de Farias Square (EN)

30. Catavento Cultural e Educacional

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The Windsor Museum, an interactive museum that opened in 2009 with the aim of engaging in science and communication, is located in the industry's palace. The 12,000-square-meter space is divided into four parts: "Universe", "Life", "Genius" and "Society", with more than 250 facilities. It was founded by the National Department of Culture and Education, with an investment of 20 million reais after 14 months of construction.

Wikipedia: Catavento (museu) (PT)

31. Mesquita do Brás

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The mosque is a Shi'ite Islamic temple on the Bram in the downtown area of the city. Established by Islamic Charity Association in 1987, it was officially named Mosque of Muhammad Messenger of God. The project was completed by the Sami architect akl, and the Antarctic Carlos Kur of Alvarenga was invited by the Brazilian's Islamic Society. In 1986, the project was accompanied by the Iranian ambassador.

Wikipedia: Mesquita do Brás (PT)

32. Vale do Anhangabaú

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Vale do Anhangabaú is a region in the city center of São Paulo, located between the viaducts do Chá and Santa Ifigênia. It is a public space commonly characterized as park, where events have traditionally been organized, such as public demonstrations, political rallies, presentations and popular shows. It is considered the point that separates the Old City Center from the New City Center.

Wikipedia: Vale do Anhangabaú (EN)

33. Santos FC Business Center

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Santos Futebol Clube, commonly known simply as Santos or Santos FC and nicknamed the Peixe, is a Brazilian sports club based in Vila Belmiro, a bairro in the city of Santos. It is also the team with the most goals in football history. It plays in the Paulistão, the State of São Paulo's premier state league, as well as the Brasileirão, the top tier of the Brazilian football league system.

Wikipedia: Santos FC (EN)

34. Museu de Arte de São Paulo

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The São Paulo Museum of Art is an art museum located on Paulista Avenue in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It is well known for its headquarters, a 1968 concrete and glass structure designed by Lina Bo Bardi, whose main body is supported by two lateral beams over a 74 metres (243 ft) freestanding space, considered a landmark of the city and a main symbol of modern Brazilian architecture.

Wikipedia: São Paulo Museum of Art (EN)

35. Edifício Matarazzo

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Matarazzo Building, also known as Palácio do Anhangabaú is the city hall of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It belonged to Banespa until 2004, when it was sold to the city government. It was designed by Italian architect Marcello Piacentini under the will of Ermelino Matarazzo, in order to host the headquarters of his industries. The building's architectural style looks like Art Deco.

Wikipedia: Matarazzo Building (EN)

36. Prefeitura Regional Capela do Socorro

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Law No.13 stipulates the sub-towns of relief chapels. In 1999, on 1 August 2002, out of 32 sub-cantonal counties, one canton was a city. The district consists of three districts: Disaster Relief District, Grajau District and Dutra District. It covers an area of 134.2 square kilometers and is home to more than 6.8 million people. It is the most populous suburb in the district.

Wikipedia: Prefeitura Regional da Capela do Socorro (PT)

37. Marco zero da cidade de São Paulo

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Marco Zero is a geographic monument in downtown São Paulo. In 1934, the marble milestone was installed in front of the São Paulo Cathedral on the Praça da Sé to symbolize the center of the city. The sculpture is a both a tourist attraction and a central point of reference for street numbers in the city. Marco Zero has been registered for historic preservation since 2007.

Wikipedia: Marco Zero (São Paulo) (EN)

38. Polícia Militar Estado São Paulo

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The Polícia Militar do Estado de São Paulo is a law enforcement agency of the military kind in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. It is the largest state police force in the country, with over 100,000 personnel in its ranks, distributed across several battalions all over the state as well as within the Greater São Paulo region which itself comprises 40 cities and towns.

Wikipedia: Military Police of São Paulo State (EN)

39. Padaria Jardim Iporanga

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A bakery is an establishment that produces and sells flour-based food baked in an oven such as bread, cookies, cakes, donuts, pastries, and pies. Some retail bakeries are also categorized as cafés, serving coffee and tea to customers who wish to consume the baked goods on the premises. Confectionery items are also made in most bakeries throughout the world.

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40. Imagem Nossa Senhora das Dores

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Our Lady of Sorrows, Our Lady of Dolours, the Sorrowful Mother or Mother of Sorrows, and Our Lady of Piety, Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows or Our Lady of the Seven Dolours are names by which Mary, mother of Jesus, is referred to in relation to sorrows in life. As Mater Dolorosa, it is also a key subject for Marian art in the Catholic Church.

Wikipedia: Our Lady of Sorrows (EN)

41. Praça Ramos de Azevedo

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Holly Tree Square is a mudflat in the heart of the Republic, in flower pots, famous for being home to the city's amphitheater. The square was created after the opening of the municipal theater in 1911, when it was given the plane name of the theater, and it was not named Holly Branch Square until the death of the architect in 1928.

Wikipedia: Praça Ramos de Azevedo (PT)

42. Largo do Paissandú

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Largo do Paiçandu was named in 1865 due to reference to the Battle of Paysandu. It is currently an important area of the Republic district, in the central region of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It is located within a quadruplet formed by the são João, Conselheiro Crispiniano, Rio Branco and Dom José de Barros roads.

Wikipedia: Largo do Paiçandu (PT)

43. Convento São Francisco

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The Convent of St. Francis is a religious institution set up in the village of colonial Brazilians. In the tenth century, the convent was transformed into a law school, but the church still existed. The church is the seat of the Church of St. Francis, which was proposed by the Third Order of the Church of St. Francis.

Wikipedia: Igreja e Convento de São Francisco (São Paulo) (PT)

44. Centro Cultural São Paulo

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The Cultural Center is a public institution, which belongs to the Municipal Department of Culture and brings together the Municipal Department of Culture. Oneyda Alvarenga disco, collected by the Folk Andromeda Research Mission, a set of libraries, exhibition spaces, diverse curriculum spaces, theatres and films.

Wikipedia: Centro Cultural São Paulo (PT)

45. Praça Jardim Presidente

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The city of São Paulo has several parks and environmental reserves. Among state and municipal parks, there are 106 areas scattered throughout the cidade. Com all these parks The city of São Paulo has less than 12m² of green per inhabitant: below that recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Wikipedia: Parques da cidade de São Paulo (PT)

46. Centro de Preservação Cultural

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The University's Centre for Cultural Preservation (cpc) is a centre responsible for drafting thoughts and actions related to the collection, preservation, research, experimentation and dissemination of testimony on the cultural heritage of the University's cultural preservation and expansion of usp.

Wikipedia: Centro de Preservação Cultural da Universidade de São Paulo (PT)

47. Praça Franklin Roosevelt

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Praça Roosevelt is a public square in São Paulo, Brazil. Construction of the square began in 1968 and was completed in 1970. After decades of decline, the square was renovated in 2011–12. A second renovation to expand the skate park on Praça Roosevelt was completed in November 2014.

Wikipedia: Praça Roosevelt (EN)

48. Polícia Civil - 101º Distrito Policial

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The Civil Police of the State is the investigative judicial police of the State and is responsible for the specific competence of the union, judicial police and criminal investigation (investigation) activities in the security system except for crimes of a military nature.

Wikipedia: Polícia Civil do Estado de São Paulo (PT)

49. Pavilhão Bienal -São Paulo

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The Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo is a contemporary art museum located in the main campus of the University of São Paulo, in São Paulo, Brazil, and in Ibirapuera Park, in the same city. It is one of the largest art museums in the country.

Wikipedia: Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo (EN)

50. Edifício Banco de São Paulo

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The old Muzuo building is a monument located in the center of Muzuo. It is located at 9 Grassland Antarctic Square and 347 November 15 Street and was officially topped by the Condeshat Company in 2003 for its historic-architectural significance to the city.

Wikipedia: Edifício Banco de São Paulo (PT)

51. Parque Ibirapuera

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Ibirapuera Park is an urban park in São Paulo. It comprises 158 hectares between Av. República do Líbano, Av. Pedro Alvares Cabral, and Av. IV Centenário, and is the most visited park in South America, with 14.4 million visits in 2017.

Wikipedia: Ibirapuera Park (EN)

52. Parque da Luz

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Parque da Luz Picture taken by pt:Usuário:Gabrielt4e/Foto tirada por pt:Usuário:Gabrielt4e / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Jardim da Luz is a public park near the Luz station and Avenida Tiradentes in the Bom Retiro district of São Paulo. The headquarters of the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo is located in the southeastern corner of the park.

Wikipedia: Jardim da Luz (EN)

53. Paróquia Imaculado Coração de Maria

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Igreja do Imaculado Coração de Maria (ICM) is a church located in São Paulo, Brazil. It is located in the district of Santa Cecilia, and was built between 1897 and 1899, replacing the Church Yard College demolished in 1896.

Wikipedia: Igreja do Imaculado Coração de Maria (São Paulo) (EN)

54. Paróquia Nossa Senhora Achiropita

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The Parish of Our Lady of Acheropita (Portuguese: Paróquia Nossa Senhora Achiropita) is a church located in São Paulo, Brazil, in the Archdiocese of São Paulo. It was established on 4 March 1926 by Italian immigrants.

Wikipedia: Paróquia Nossa Senhora Achiropita (EN)

55. Edifício Copan

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The Edifício Copan is a 118.44-metre (459 ft.) tall, 38-story residential building in downtown São Paulo, Brazil. It has 1,160 apartments, 70 commercial establishments and is one of the largest buildings in Brazil.

Wikipedia: Edifício Copan (EN)

56. Museu Anchieta

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Anchita Museum, located in the courtyard square in the center of the church hall, is considered as a collective memory place for pagan and ethnic education, and has outstanding attainments in the history of education.

Wikipedia: Museu Anchieta (PT)

57. Edifício Itália

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Edifício Itália is a 165 m (541 ft) tall 46-story skyscraper located in the República district, Central Zone of São Paulo, Brazil. Built from 1956 to 1965, it has a rooftop observation deck, open for tourists.

Wikipedia: Edifício Itália (EN)

58. Igreja São Gonçalo

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The church is a Catholic temple located in dr Square. In downtown Jomendes is Paulo, the parish seat where we pretend to be ladies, they are Paulo, and the Japanese-Brazilian personal parish is Globe.

Wikipedia: Igreja São Gonçalo (São Paulo) (PT)

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