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1. Ibirapuera ParkBook Ticket*
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.
The Lucas Nogueira Garcez Pavilion, popularly known as Oca, is an exhibition pavilion located in Ibirapuera Park, in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1951 to compose the original architectural ensemble of Ibirapuera Park, built to commemorate the IV Centennial of the City of São Paulo, which took place in 1954.
3. Casa do Bandeirante
The Butantã's House, or Bandeirante's House, is a Bandeirista-style building from the Brazilian colonial period located in Butantã, a neighborhood of the city of São Paulo; representing one of the typical rural dwelling models of São Paulo, it was built around the first half of the 18th-century in an extensive area peripheral to the original urban nucleus. This house portrays an unusual example of building which follows the changes in the city of São Paulo since the first centuries of Portuguese colonization, demonstrating in its architectural design and in its walls the memory of the construction processes of the colonial architecture of São Paulo, in particular of wattle and daub, a technique used in the Bandeirist colonial architecture. It has 350 m2 divided among 12 rooms and front and back porches. Currently the site on which the house stands constitutes the Monteiro Lobato Square. This space was reserved for the preservation of the property when the neighborhood was developed by the City Company. During the 1950s, for the commemorations of the 4th Centennial of the city of São Paulo, the house was the object of a restoration project by Luís Saia. The house was listed by the Council for the Defense of Historical, Archaeological, Artistic and Tourist Heritage in 1982.
4. Museu Afro-Brasil
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.
5. Museu de Oceanografia
The Oceanographic Museum of the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo was founded in October 1988, located in Oceanographic Square in University City, with the aim of spreading the oceanographic science and research conducted by the Oceanographic Institute (IOUS), and promotes activities culturally for society. The museum maintains permanent exhibitions with a collection divided into modules that show the dynamics, structure and biodiversity of the oceans as well as aspects of oceanography science. It is intended to be a reference institution in the transmission of knowledge about the oceans and also to the contribution to responses to local and global problems, related to climate and sustained exploitation of marine ecosystems. Teachers of the Institute actively participate in the referral of questions with immediate application to the preservation and conservation of the marine environment, when requested by companies, public and private agencies. The Oceanographic Museum receives about 25,000 annual visitors.
6. Monumento a Ramos de Azevedo
The Monument to Ramos de Azevedo is a sculptural set in bronze and granite located in the city of São Paulo. It was designed by Italian-born Brazilian sculptor Galileo Emendabili as a posthumous tribute to Francisco de Paula Ramos de Azevedo, one of the most prominent names in architecture and urbanism in São Paulo. Azevedo died on 12 June 1928 and the monument in his honor, chosen through a competition, was inaugurated on 25 January 1934, the city's anniversary. Originally located on Tiradentes Avenue, in front of the Pinacoteca do Estado building - an important work by Azevedo himself - it was dismantled in 1967, due to the construction of São Paulo's metro, and then transferred to the Cidade Universitária Armando de Salles Oliveira in 1973, where it remains until today, in the square that bears Azevedo's name, next to the Polytechnic School, an institution he helped to create. Construction of the monument began in 1929 and was finished six years later.
7. Parque da Água Branca
White Water State Park is a park located in the district of the Funda Barra in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The site has 136,765,41 square feet, and it's on Francisco Matarazzo Avenue in the White Water. Ideadly by the Brazilian Rural Society (SRB), the Brazilian Agricultural Group, the Park began to be formed in 1905 and was opened on 2 June 1929 by the Secretary of Agriculture Dr. Fernando de Sousa Costa, responsible for providing new strands to the animal industry, also creating the Department of Animal Industry. With the aim of sheltering exposures and zootechnical evidence, the park was created in a period when White Water Avenue had even been asphalted. The park was taken in 1996 by the Condephaat as a cultural, historical, architectural, tourist, technological and landscape of the State of Sao Paulo, and in 2004 by the CONPRESP, for its historical, architectural and landscape value.
8. Mercadinho Zé do Norte
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.
9. Teatro Municipal da Mooca Arthur Azevedo
The Arthur Azevedo Theater is a theater located in the neighborhood of Mooca, in the eastern part of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Designed by architect Roberto Tibau, the theater was inaugurated on August 2, 1952 and listed by the Municipal Council for the Preservation of the Historical, Cultural and Environmental Heritage of the City of São Paulo (CONPRESP) in 1992 for being a significant representative of São Paulo's architecture of the 1950s. It is named after the Maranhão poet and playwright Arthur Nabantino Gonçalves de Azevedo (1855-1908), who succeeded Martins Penna's chair at the Brazilian Academy of Letters (ABL). In the entrance hall there is a panel painted by the artist Renato Sottomayor, who was known to Roberto Tibau and also made panels like this one, which is influenced by the cubist movement, for the architect from Rio de Janeiro, Sérgio Bernardes.
10. Sua consulta
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.
11. Museu Botânico Doutor João Barbosa Rodrigues
The Dr. João Barbosa Rodrigues Botanical Museum (MBOT) is a state public museum, linked to the São Paulo Botany Institute., Which serves as a didactic-expository equipment. It is located in the Botanical Garden of São Paulo, in the São Paulo district of the Cursino. Initially designed by Brazilian botanist Frederico Carlos Hoehne (naturalist who had founded the São Paulo Botanical Garden), the museum was inaugurated during 1942, due to the centenary time of birth of another botanist, João Barbosa Rodrigues. The purpose of the museum was to complement the educational activities of the Botanical Garden and to encourage interest in research in Basic and Applied Botany. Its collection, which is dedicated especially to Brazilian flora, is made up of exsiccates, rare copies of wood, fruits samples, seeds and plant essences of economic importance, etc.
12. Lar Nossa Senhora Aparecida
An orphanage is a residential institution, total institution or group home, devoted to the care of orphans and children who, for various reasons, cannot be cared for by their biological families. The parents may be deceased, absent, or abusive. There may be substance abuse or mental illness in the biological home, or the parent may simply be unwilling to care for the child. The legal responsibility for the support of abandoned children differs from country to country, and within countries. Government-run orphanages have been phased out in most developed countries during the latter half of the 20th century but continue to operate in many other regions internationally. It is now generally accepted that orphanages are detrimental to the emotional wellbeing of children, and government support goes instead towards supporting the family unit.
13. São Paulo Cathedral
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Assumption and Saint Paul, 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.
14. Museum of the Portuguese Language
The Museum of the Portuguese Language is an interactive Portuguese language—and Linguistics/Language Development in general—museum in São Paulo, Brazil. It is housed in the Estação da Luz railway station, in the urban district of the same name. Three hundred thousand passengers arrive and leave the station every day, and the choice of the building for the launching of the museum is connected to the fact that it was mainly here that thousands of non-Portuguese speaking immigrants arriving from Europe and Asia into São Paulo via the Port of Santos got acquainted with the language for the first time. The idea of a museum-monument to the language was conceived by the São Paulo Secretary of Culture in conjunction with the Roberto Marinho Foundation, at a cost of around 37 million reais.
15. Desembarque de Pedro Álvares Cabral em Porto Seguro em 1500
The Landing of Pedro Álvares Cabral in Porto Seguro in 1500 is an oil painting by the Brazilian artist Oscar Pereira da Silva. The work, which was completed in 1900, depicts the first landing of Pedro Álvares Cabral's ships in 1500 on the land of present-day Brazil and the first meeting between Portuguese and indigenous Brazilian people. It established Oscar Pereira da Silva (1867-1939) as a prominent painter on the Brazilian artistic scene of the early 20th century. Pereira da Silva's painting is one of the most-referenced images of Pedro Álvares Cabral's arrival in Brazil, and is widely used in both textbooks and other academic publications. The painting was well received by society and the press of the time; its representation of indigenous Brazilians has been subsequently reexamined.
16. Vibra São Paulo
Vibra São Paulo is a music theatre in the Santo Amaro neighbourhood, city of São Paulo, Brazil. It opened in September 1999, with capacity for 7,000 people. Considered to be one of the largest indoor entertainment venues in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America. The 60th anniversary of Miss Universe 2011 pageant was held on September 12 that year at the hall. It used to be called Credicard Hall in most of its history, but its name changed in October 2019 due to a naming rights partner. The theatre closed on March 31, 2021. On 1 April 2022, the reopening of the venue was announced under its new name Vibra São Paulo following an agreement between the new house manager, Opus Entertenimento, and the biofuel company Vibra Energia. The venue officially reopened in May.
17. Ema Gordon Klabin Cultural Foundation
The Ema Gordon Klabin Cultural Foundation is an art museum located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Officially established in 1978, it is a not-for-profit private institution, legally declared as an organization of federal public interest. It was created by the Brazilian collector and philanthropist Ema Gordon Klabin (1907–1994), with the purpose of preserving and displaying her art collection, as well as promoting cultural, artistic and scientific activities. The foundation is headquartered in Ema's former house in Jardins district, specially designed by architect Alfredo Ernesto Becker in the 1950s to hold her collection. The house is surrounded by a 4,000 square meters garden projected by Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx.
18. Igreja de Santo Antônio
The Santo Antônio Church is a Catholic temple located in the center of the city of São Paulo (Brazil), in the Patriarch Square, near the Viaduto do Chá. The Church is a historical heritage of the state, in addition to being also considered the oldest remaining church in the city, founded in the last decades of the sixteenth century - as attested by the first documentary records of its existence, dated 1592. In the seventeenth century, it housed the Franciscan Order, and in the eighteenth century it was subordinated to the Brotherhood of Our Lady of the Rosary of the White Men. It has undergone several renovations and interventions over the last four centuries, especially in its façade, reinaugurated in an eclectic style in 1919.
19. Edifício do Tribunal de Justiça de São Paulo
Ipyranga 165 is a building located on Ipyranga Avenue, No 165, in the centre of San Paulo City, has been operating since 2007 as the office of the Landers of the Court of Justice of Sao Paulo (TJSP), when it was transferred from Paulist Avenue. Until 2004, the building operated like the Hilton Hotel, one of the first luxury hotels in the city of Sao Paulo, and one of the most important ones today, which is located on United Nations Avenue, in Itain Bibi district, south of the city of Sao Paulo. For three years, between 2004 and 2007, the building remained deactivated after the relocation of the hotel. After partial reform of its structure, it became a workplace of 126 Dishierants of the Civil Law Chambers.
20. Secretaria da Educação do Estado de São Paulo
Casa Caetano de Campos, located in São Paulo, is considered one of the milestones in the process of renewing education in Brazil. Inaugurated on August 2, 1894 during a period of great investments in the education sector, the building was developed to host the First Normal School of the Capital, which became known as the Caetano de Campos Normal School in honor of the physician and professor Antônio Caetano de Campos, director of the institution in the period in which the reform of São Paulo education took place. In addition, in 1934, it served as a support for the implementation of the University of São Paulo (USP) and hosted the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters for a time.
21. Beco do Pinto
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 the 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.
22. Professor Aristóteles Orsini Planetarium
Professor Aristotle Orsini, also known as the Ibirapuera Planetary, is located in Ibirapuera Park in the city of São Paulo. It was inaugurated on January 26, 1957, being the first planetarium in Brazil, is administered by the City of São Paulo, through the Open University of Environment and Peace Culture - which also manages the Municipal Planetarium of Carmo Professor Acácio Riberi. Ibirapuera Planetarium is considered a major attraction to outer space fans thanks to the state-of-the-art stermaster projector, which due to its position in the center of the room and other important factors such as architectural characteristics, visitors have a greater feeling of immersion.
23. Casa de Dona Yayá
Dona Yayá's house is a historic construction in the Bixiga region, in the Bela Vista neighborhood, in São Paulo, and is currently run by the Center for Cultural Preservation of the University of São Paulo. Built in the late nineteenth century, the house is a symbol of eclectic architecture of the central region of São Paulo, with characteristics that symbolize different periods of the history of the city of the last 100 years. Considered one of the last buildings of the farm belt that circumvented the city center in the twentieth century, the house today has characteristics attributed by four major reforms made by its five different owners over the years.
24. Chapel of the Afflicted
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Afflicted, popularly known as the Chapel of the Afflicted, is located in a small street in Liberdade, between Rua Galvão Bueno and Rua da Glória, with access through Rua dos Estudantes and next to Estação Liberdade, where there is still one of the few alleys still existing in São Paulo (city). the Alley of the Afflicted. Inaugurated in 1775, a period in which it was customary for burial to take place inside churches, this open-air cemetery was reserved only for the burial of paupers, slaves who did not belong to the Brotherhood of the Rosary and for those condemned to death on the gallows, known as tortured.
25. Shopping Light
The Alexandre Mackenzie building, also known as Light's building, is a notorious construction located in the central area of São Paulo, among the intersection of Coronel Xavier de Toledo Street with the currently tumbled tea viaduct, whose project had the authorship Of the American Preston and Curtis, and execution of the Office of Severo, Villares & Cia. Ltda. The building was the headquarters of the São Paulo Tramway electricity distribution company, Light and Power Company and, later, from former state -owned Eletropaulo. It was completed in 1929 and expanded in 1941. Since 1999, after cautious restoration, she houses Shopping Light.
26. Capela do Menino Jesus e Santa Luzia
The Chapel of the Child Jesus and Santa Luzia is a Catholic religious temple located at 104 Tabatinguera Street, in the neighborhood of Sé, in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. In a neogotic style, typical of most buildings erected in Brazil in the early nineteenth century, the church inaugurated on December 13, 1901, a date of celebration of the patron saint's feast, was built by Italian architect Domenico Delpiano, one of the seven Salesian priests They arrived in Brazil in 1883, and has ornamental works by the painter Florentino Orestes Sercelli, considered a reference when it comes to artistic manifestations in churches.
27. Casa da Imagem
Casa Número Um is a historic residence located in the center of the city of São Paulo, Brazil, so known for being located at nº 1 of the old Rua do Carmo, current 136-B of Rua Roberto Simonsen. House No. 1 is a three-story house built where there was a rammed earth house, whose first owner, according to records from 1689, was Francisco Dias, and was later sold to the pioneer Gaspar de Godoy Moreira. In 1855 it was transformed into the Ateneu Paulistano school and, with the death of its last director, it was sold to Major Benedito Antônio da Silva, responsible for the masonry construction, and remains so until today.
28. Museu de Geociências
The Geosciences Museum of the Institute of Geosciences of the University of São Paulo is a museum located in the interior of the University of São Paulo, more precisely at the Butantã campus, in the University City Armando de Salles Oliveira. Its collection is diverse and has areas of geology, mineralogy and paleontology, being open to public visitation. It is an auxiliary unit linked to the USP Institute of Geosciences. Since 1991, the museum has occupied an area of 550 m², located on the first floor of the main building of the USP Institute of Geosciences, but also has open spaces for other and larger exhibitions.
29. Museum of Football
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.
A rose garden or rosarium is a garden or park, often open to the public, used to present and grow various types of garden roses, and sometimes rose species. Designs vary tremendously and roses may be displayed alongside other plants or grouped by individual variety, colour or class in rose beds. Technically it is a specialized type of shrub garden, but normally treated as a type of flower garden, if only because its origins in Europe go back to at least the Middle Ages in Europe, when roses were effectively the largest and most popular flowers, already existing in numerous garden cultivars.
31. Viaduto do Chá
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.
32. Circo Escola Grajaú
A circus is a company of performers who put on diverse entertainment shows that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, dancers, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, magicians, ventriloquists, and unicyclists as well as other object manipulation and stunt-oriented artists. The term circus also describes the field of performance, training and community which has followed various formats through its 250-year modern history. Although not the inventor of the medium, Newcastle-under-Lyme born Philip Astley is credited as the father of the modern circus.
33. Catavento Cultural e Educacional
The Catavento Museum is an interactive museum, inaugurated in 2009. It is dedicated to science and its dissemination, and is located in the Palácio das Indústrias, in São Paulo, Brazil. The 12,000 square meter space is divided into 4 sections: "Universo" ("Universe"),"Vida" ("Life"), "Engenho" ("Ingenuity") and "Sociedade" ("Society") and has more than 250 installations. Aimed at young audiences, it was founded by the state secretariats of culture and education, with an investment of 20 million reais after 14 months of construction.
34. Santuário Sagrado Coração de Jesus
The Sanctuary of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a traditional church in the city of São Paulo that is located in the Champs Elysées neighborhood, in the center of the city, and belongs to the Catholic Church. Its construction is based on Roman architecture in the shape of a Basilica and consists of three naves. It is characterized by the copper statue of Christ the Redeemer, which decorates the top of its majestic tower and is part of a complex of buildings that contains the Liceu Coração de Jesus, a Salesian school founded in 1885.
35. Monument to the Bandeiras
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.
36. Memorial da Imigração Judaica e do Holocausto
The Jewish immigration memorial has the oldest synagogue in the state, Kehilat Israel, is located in the central region of São Paulo, in the Bom Retiro neighborhood. Founded in 1912 the memorial addresses the history of Jewish immigrants coming to Brazil, bringing documents, photos and objects to narrate this period. The memorial guarantees free admission to all audiences, and showing them in a more technological and didactic way a part of the Jewish culture present in our country offers monitored visits, just scheduling.
37. Parque Burle Marx
Burle Marx Park is a park located in the district of Vila Andrade, in the southern region of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Unlike Ibirapuera Park, the best known in the city of São Paulo, Burle Marx Park has a more contemplative proposal and not just for leisure and fun. As such, the space does not provide an area for biking, skateboarding, or playing ball. This is due to its important function of preserving a stretch of what remains of the Atlantic Forest of São Paulo, as well as in the Carmo and Anhanguera parks.
38. Mesquita de Santo Amaro
Santo Amaro Mosque is one of the 23 mosques in the city of São Paulo. The first of these, and the first in Latin America as well, was built on Avenida do Estado, in 1929, called the Brazil Mosque. Called the "Muslim Beneficent Society of Santo Amaro", and located at Avenida Yervant Kissajikian, 1130, the "Masjid", or Mosque in the typical language, is located in Santo Amaro, São Paulo. It was founded on September 19, 1977. Currently, Sheikh Mohamed Albukai is the one who carries out the activities of the Mosque.
39. UPA Parelheiros
Unidade de Pronto Atendimento, abbreviated UPA or UPA 24h, is a type of health center that can be found in many cities in Brazil. They are responsible for providing medium complexity health care, forming a network organized in conjunction with primary care and hospital care. The units also have the purpose of reducing the queues in hospital emergency rooms, avoiding that less complex cases are transferred directly to the hospitals, as well as increasing the service capacity of the Unified Health System (SUS).
40. Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia
The Museum of Archeology and Ethnology of the University of São Paulo (MAE-USP) is a department of the University of São Paulo. Focused on research, teaching, and cultural and scientific diffusion. It was created in 1989, from the dismemberment of the archeology and ethnology sectors of the Museu Paulista, to which the collections of the Institute of Prehistory of USP and the Plínio Ayrosa Collection were merged. It is located in Cidade Universitária (campus), in the West Zone of São Paulo.
41. Municipal Theatre of São Paulo
The San Paulo Municipal Theatro is a Brazilian theater located in the Paulo City of Sao Paulo, designed by the Ramos of Azevedo, Claudio Rossi and Domiziano Rossi in the eclectic architect, inspired by the Paris Opera and opened in 1911. It's one of the city's postcards located in the Ramos Square of Azevedo, also considered one of the most important theaters in the country. Built to take the desire of the Paulist elite of the time, who wanted the city to be up to the great cultural centres.
42. Santos FC Business Center
Santos Futebol Clube, commonly known simply as Santos or Santos FC, 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. They are one of three clubs to have never been relegated from the top division, alongside Flamengo and São Paulo.
43. Museu da Imagem e do Som
The São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound is a public museum of audio-visual works, established in 1970, and located in São Paulo, Brazil. The museum was founded as a result of a project conducted in the 1960s by Brazilian intellectuals, such as Ricardo Cravo Albin, Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes and Rudá de Andrade, with the purpose of endowing the country with institutions devoted to studying and documenting works of the new media that had been ignored by traditional museums.
44. Mirante do Vale
Mirante do Vale Building, commonly called Mirante do Vale, is a 170-metre (558 ft) office skyscraper located in São Paulo, Brazil, in the area of Downtown São Paulo and Vale do Anhangabaú. Constructed from 1959 to 1966, it was the tallest building in São Paulo for 54 years until 2022 when it was surpassed by Platina 220. Mirante do Vale was also the tallest in Brazil until 2014 when it was surpassed by Millennium Palace in Balneário Camboriú, Santa Catarina.
45. Guarda Civil Metropolitana
The Civil Guard of the State of Sao Paulo was a uniformed corporation set up on 22 October 1926 by Carlos de Campos, President of the State of San Paulo to carry out the ostensive policing of the state, taking care of public security and personal and property inconsistency of citizens following the pattern of the municipal guard set up on the same date. Today, the Metropolitan Civilian Guard embryo of State Capital and all the municipal guards of the inland cities.
46. Museu Paulista
The Museu Paulista of the University of São Paulo, commonly known as Museu do Ipiranga, is a Brazilian history museum located near the place where Emperor Pedro I proclaimed Brazil's independence on the banks of Ipiranga brook in the Southeast region of the city of São Paulo, then the "Caminho do Mar," or road to the seashore. It contains a huge collection of furniture, documents and historically relevant artwork, especially relating to the Brazilian Empire era.
47. Bola Sport Clube
Indoor soccer is soccer adapted for practice on a sports court by teams of 5 players. It was initially governed by the International Indoor Football Federation, and is currently governed by the World Futsal Association. Indoor football preserves the rules of the sport as they were practiced in its beginnings, thus differentiating itself from FIFA futsal. It should be noted that the term futsal is often used generically as a synonym for indoor soccer.
48. Sítio Morrinhos
Sítio Morrinhos or Chácara de São Bento is an architectural complex, which consists of a main house built during the 18th century and a few annexed buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries. It is part of the collection of Historic Houses, under the responsibility of the Museum of the City of São Paulo, in Brazil. It was previously managed by the Department of Historic Heritage (DPH) of the Municipal Secretariat of Culture of São Paulo.
49. Praça da República
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.
50. Retrato de Maria Quitéria de Jesus Medeiros
Portrait of Maria Quitéria de Jesus Medeiros is a painting by Domenico Failutti (1872-1923). Failutto, an Italian who worked in Brazil between 1917 and 1922, completed the work in 1920 on the occasion of the centenary of the Independence of Brazil. It depicts Maria Quitéria de Jesus (1792-1853), a combatant and folk hero in the campaign for the Independence of Bahia, a conflict part of the larger Brazilian independence movement.
51. Marechal Cordeiro de Farias Square
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.
52. Fraternitas São Francisco de Assis
Francis of Assisi, was an Italian mystic and Catholic friar who founded the Franciscans. He was inspired to lead a life of poverty as an itinerant preacher. One of the most venerated figures in Christianity, Francis was canonized by Pope Gregory IX on 16 July 1228. He is usually depicted in a brown habit with a rope around his waist with three knots, symbolizing the three Franciscan vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
53. Edifício Sampaio Moreira
The Sampaio Moreira Building is located at 346, Líbero Badaró street, in the central region of São Paulo. With twelve floors and 50 metres (160 ft) high, the building was named Sampaio Moreira after its owner José de Sampaio Moreira (1866-1943), a merchant who the architect Christiano Stockler convinced in 1920 to make the building that would complete the Anhangabaú Park monument, which was finished four years later.
54. Mesquita do Brás
The Brás Mosque is a Shiite Islamic temple located in Brás, central neighborhood of the city of São Paulo. Built in 1987 by the Islamic Beneficent Association of Brazil, it is officially called Mohammad Mesquita Messenger of God. The project was done by architect Sami Akl and Antonio Carlos Kol de Alvarenga were invited by the Islamic Association of Brazil. In 1986, the project was accompanied by the ambassador of Iran.
55. Capela de São Miguel Paulista
The São Miguel Paulista Church or St. Michael Arcanjo Chapel, popularly known as the Indian Chapel, is the oldest religious temple in the city of São Paulo. Located at Padre Aleixo Monteiro Mafra Square, in the São Miguel Paulista neighborhood, city of São Paulo. The chapel, which was built by the Guaianás catechized by the Jesuits in 1560. During excavations inside, several old and bone objects were found.
56. Praça Ramos de Azevedo
Praça Ramos de Azevedo is a street located in the neighborhood of República, in the center of the city of São Paulo, Brazil, famous for housing the Municipal Theater of São Paulo. The square was created after the inauguration of the Municipal Theater in 1911, when it was given the name of Esplanade of the Theater and became known as Ramos de Azevedo Square after the death of the architect only in 1928.
57. Bar e Mercearia J. C. Zézito
A grocery store (AE), grocery shop (BE) or simply grocery is a foodservice retail store that primarily retails a general range of food products, which may be fresh or packaged. In everyday U.S. usage, however, "grocery store" is a synonym for supermarket, and is not used to refer to other types of stores that sell groceries. In the UK, shops that sell food are distinguished as grocers or grocery shops.
58. Museu Judaico de São Paulo
The Jewish Museum of São Paulo is a Jewish museum in São Paulo, Brazil. It holds exhibits on Jewish life in Brazil and a collection of over 2,000 items brought over by immigrants to Brazil. The museum's building originated in 1928 as a Byzantine-style synagogue and was lent out to the museum in 2004. Extensive renovations were completed over the course of 17 years, and the museum opened in 2021.
59. São Paulo Museum of Art
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. It is considered a landmark of the city and a main symbol of modern Brazilian architecture.
60. Vale do Anhangabaú
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.
61. Estação Pinacoteca
The Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo is one of the most important art museums in Brazil. It is housed in a 1900 building in Jardim da Luz, Downtown São Paulo, designed by Ramos de Azevedo and Domiziano Rossi to be the headquarters of the Lyceum of Arts and Crafts. It is the oldest art museum in São Paulo, founded on December 24, 1905, and established as a public state museum since 1911.
62. Edifício Matarazzo
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.
63. Terra Country Interlagos
A nightclub is a club that is open at night, usually for drinking, dancing and other entertainment. Nightclubs often have a bar and discothèque with a dance floor, laser lighting displays, and a stage for live music or a disc jockey (DJ) who mixes recorded music. Nightclubs tend to be smaller than live music venues like theatres and stadiums, with few or no seats for customers.
64. Planetário do Carmo
Carmo Planetarium is a planetarium in Parque do Carmo, eastern São Paulo, Brazil. It is part of the Open University of the Environment and Culture of Peace (UMAPAZ), and opened on 30 November 2005. It is one of three planetaria in São Paulo, the others being Professor Aristóteles Orsini Planetarium and the Johannes Kepler Planetarium at Sabina Escola Parque do Conhecimento.
65. Monumento à Independência
The Monument to the Independence of Brazil is a granite and bronze sculpture located in the Independence Park in São Paulo, Brazil. It is also known as the Ipiranga Monument or the Altar of the Fatherland. The monument is located on the banks of the Ipiranga Brook, on the historic site where Pedro, Prince Regent proclaimed the independence of the country on 7 September 1822.
66. Marco Zero
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.
67. Instituto Social Nossa Senhora de Fátima
Our Lady 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.
68. Padaria Jardim Iporanga
A bakery is an establishment that produces and sells flour-based food baked in an oven such as bread, cookies, cakes, doughnuts, bagels, 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.
69. Luz Station
Luz Station is a commuter rail and intercity rail station in the Bom Retiro district of São Paulo, Brazil, serving RFFSA, the intercity rail network of Brazil, CPTM Line 7-Ruby, Line 11-Coral and Line 13–Jade (Airport-Express). It has subway connections to São Paulo Metro Line 1-Blue and ViaQuatro Line 4-Yellow via its underground metro station of the same name.
70. Polo Cultural e Esportivo Grande Otelo
The Polo Cultural e Esportivo Grande Otelo, commonly known as Anhembi Sambadrome, is a Sambadrome and one of the largest outdoor venues for major events in the city of São Paulo in Brazil. It opened in 1991, and has a capacity of 103,200 people. It hosts around 30 events per year, including the São Paulo carnival, Independence Day celebrations, and music events.
71. Parque da Juventude
Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns Youth Park is a cultural, recreational and sports complex located in the north of the municipality of São Paulo. In 2007, the third and last phase was completed. Its construction took place where the former Carandiru Penitentiary Complex was implemented, historically marked by violation of human rights, urban degradation and violence.
72. Centro Cultural São Paulo
The São Paulo Cultural Center is a public institution subordinated to the Municipal Department of Culture of São Paulo that includes the Pinacoteca Municipal, the Oneyda Alvarenga Record Collection, the collection of Mário de Andrade's Folklore Research Mission, a set of libraries, exhibition spaces, an area for various courses, theaters and a cinema.
73. Base Comunitária da Polícia Militar
The Polícia Militar do Estado de São Paulo is a military law enforcement agency of 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, in several battalions throughout the state as well as within the Greater São Paulo region which itself comprises 40 cities and towns.
74. Telefone Público
A payphone is typically a coin-operated public telephone, often located in a telephone booth or in high-traffic public areas. Prepayment is required by inserting money, swiping a credit or debit card, or using a telephone card. In the 20th century, payphones in Spain and other countries took locally-sold tokens instead of legal-tender coins.
75. Imagem Nossa Senhora das Dores
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.
76. Itaú Cultural
Instituto Itaú Cultural is a Brazilian not-for-profit cultural institute owned by Itaú Unibanco. The institute was founded by Olavo Egydio Setúbal and created under the Law nº 7505, of 3 October 1986. The institute's goal is to map artistic manifestations and to foster artistic research and production related to all cultural sections.
77. Polícia Civil - 101º Distrito Policial
The Civil Police of the State of Sao Paulo (PCESP) is the investigative judicial police of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the public security system body for which the Union is responsible, subject to the specific competence of the judicial police and the discharge (investigation) of criminal offences, except those of a military nature.
78. Convento São Francisco
The Convent of San Francisco was a religious institution installed in the village of São Paulo in colonial Brazil. In the nineteenth century the convent was converted into law school, but the São Francisco Church still exists. This is located the Church of São Francisco das Chagas, raised by the third order of San Francisco.
79. Largo do Paissandú
The Paiçandu Largo was appointed in 1865 due to the reference to the Battle of Paysandu. It is currently an important area of the District of the Republic, in the central region of São Paulo, Brazil. It is located inside a quadrangle formed by Via São João, Crispinian counselor, Rio Branco and Dom José de Barros.
80. Edifício Banco de São Paulo
The building of the former Bank of Sao Paulo is a monument that is a fallen monument located in the city centre of Sao Paulo. Located in Antonio Prado Number 9 and on November 15th, he was officially passed by CONDEPHAAT in 2003 for his historical and architectural importance to the city of Sao Paulo.
81. Praça Jardim Presidente
The city of São Paulo has several parks and environmental reserves. Between state and municipal parks, there are 106 areas spread throughout the cidade.Com all these parks The city of São Paulo has less than 12m² of green per inhabitant: below the recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).
82. Instituto Bardi
The Glass House was designed by the Italian architect Lina Bo Bardi, and built between 1950 and 1951, in the Morumbi region, in the city of São Paulo. The place chosen to house the monument was an allotment of the Muller Carioba Tea Farm. It was the first house built in the so-called Morumby Garden.
83. Centro de Preservação Cultural
The Centre for Cultural Preservation (CPC) of the University of Sao Paulo is a centre for the preparation of reflections and actions related to collection, conservation, research, experimentation and reporting of testimony of the cultural heritage of the USP Pro-Reitoring and University Extension.
84. Parque CienTec
The University of São Paulo Science and Technology Park (CIENTEC) is an interactive and open museum and is located in the Bairro da Água Funda, within the conservation area known as the Fontes do Ipiranga State Park (Pefi). The Pefi area also houses the São Paulo Zoo and the Botany Institute.
85. Palácio dos Bandeirantes
Palácio dos Bandeirantes is a palace in São Paulo, Brazil. It is the seat of the São Paulo state government and the governor's official residence. The palace, located at the Morumbi district, also houses some secretaries and a wide historical and artistic exhibition open to the public.
86. Monumento a Duque de Caxias
The Monument to Duque de Caxias is a platinum bronze statue above and Mauá granite on the pedestal, depicting the battles of the Duke of Caxias. Located in the city of São Paulo, the monument measures 48 meters in height, making it the largest equestrian monument in the world.
87. Rua Gonçalo Afonso
Beco do Batman is the nickname for the area around Rua Gonçalo Afonso and Rua Medeiros de Albuquerque in the Vila Madalena neighborhood of São Paulo, Brazil. Beco do Batman is a popular tourist destination because of the dense concentration of graffiti that line the streets.
88. Nossa Senhora da Conceição da Santa Ifigênia
The Basilica of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a Catholic basilica located at the corner of Casper Libero Avenue and Santa Ifigenia Street, in the district of the same name in the city of Sao Paulo in the south of Brazil. The Santa Ifigenia viaduct ends in front of the church.
89. Pavilhão Bienal -São Paulo
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.
90. EE Professor José Vieira de Moraes
The Department of Education of the State of São Paulo (SEDUC-SP) is the state agency responsible for matters related to the education network in the state of São Paulo. It is one of the 25 secretariats that make up the Government of the State of São Paulo.
91. Aquário de São Paulo
92. Tietê Ecological Park
The Tieté Eco-Park is a park and an environmental protection area located in the Tieté River varzea under administration of the Infrastructure and Environment Bureau (SIMA) of the Government of the State of Sao Paulo. Also known as the Eng Core. Goulart.
93. Catedral de Santo Amaro
The Cathedral of Santo Amaro is the main church of the neighborhood of Santo Amaro located in the city of São Paulo. The sanctuary has, behind its primordial survey, great importance in relation to the history and identity of the São Paulo neighborhood.
94. Museu Anchieta
The Anchieta Museum is located in the square of Pátio do Colégio, in the center of São Paulo, which is considered a place of collective memory for São Paulo and national education, having a collection of excellence for the history of education.
95. Largo Santa Cecília
Largo de Santa Cecilia is located in the district of the central region of São Paulo. It has in its surroundings Rua das Palmeiras, where, in continuation, begins the streets Sebastião Pereira, Helvetia, Ana Cintra and Amaral Gurgel.
96. Igreja São Gonçalo
97. Parque da Luz
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.
98. Paróquia Imaculado Coração de Maria
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.
99. Paróquia Nossa Senhora Achiropita
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.
100. Copan Building
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.
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