6 Sights in Santo André, Brazil (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Santo André, 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 6 sights are available in Santo André, Brazil.List of cities in Brazil Sightseeing Tours in Santo André
1. Monumento a João Ramalho
João Ramalho (1493–1582) was a Portuguese explorer and adventurer known as the first bandeirante. He lived much of his life among Tupiniquim natives in Brazil after he arrived there in 1515. He even became the leader of an Indian village after he developed a friendship with Tibiriçá, an important native chief at the time. Ramalho played an important role in the pacific interaction between the Portuguese and the natives, especially after the arrival of Martim Afonso de Sousa, with whom he became friends after meeting him in São Vicente, the first Portuguese settlement in the Americas. Some historians agree that his ancestors were Jews from Covilhã.
2. Museu do Sistema Funicular
The Funicular Railway Technological Museum is located high in the Serra do Mar in the state of São Paulo, where the historic Village of Paranapiacaba is currently located. The sheds where this museum is located were initially workshops built to maintain the compositions of the funicular system that made the journey between the Raiz da Serra Station in Cubatão, and the Alto da Serra already in the Planalto Paulista. Construction began in 1867 by the São Paulo Railway (SPR) as part of the railway between Santos and Jundiaí. Since 2005, the museum has been under concession from ABPF.
3. Centro Cívico de Santo André
The Civic Center of Santo André, also known as The Municipal Palace of Santo André, is a public space located in the city of Santo André, in São Paulo. The space, with an area of about 110,000 m², is the place where the headquarters of the three powers of the municipality are located, that is, the City Hall, the City Council and the Forum of the District of Santo André. The Centro Cívico also includes the Centro Cultural Center, which comprises the Nair Lacerda Library and the Maestro Flavio Florence Municipal Theatre.
4. Museu de Santo André Doutor Octaviano Armando Gaiarsa
The Santo André Dr. Museum Octaviano Armando Gaiarsa is one of the most important in his city, Santo André, Sao Paulo. Officialized museum in 1982, today occupies a building that was actually designed and developed in 1914 by architect José Van Humbeeeck, and built by the state of São Paulo, to be the first school group of São Bernardo. In 1990, the building was considered a historical heritage by Comdephaapasa. A few years later, in 2010, it was listed by Condephaat.
Wikipedia: Museu de Santo André Dr. Octaviano Armando Gaiarsa (PT)
5. Seicho-no-Ie Brasil
Seichō no Ie (Japanese: 生長の家, "House of Growth") is a syncretic, monotheistic, New Thought Japanese new religion that has spread since the end of World War II. It emphasizes gratitude for nature, the family, ancestors and, above all, religious faith in one universal God. Seichō no Ie is the world's largest New Thought group. By the end of 2010 it had over 1.6 million followers and 442 facilities, mostly located in Japan.
6. Sabina Escola Parque do Conhecimento
The Sabina School Park of Knowledge is a science museum in Santo André, São Paulo, Brazil. Other planetaria in Greater São Paulo include Professor Aristóteles Orsini Planetarium and Carmo Planetarium.
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