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Araras

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St. Paul's Cathedral
4.5/5
166 Reviews
Church
St. Paul's Cathedral, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral, is the world's fourth-largest Gothic cathedral and the gateway to the tourism of São Paulo. It was built in 1913 and the construction lasted for 40 years, becoming a luxurious project in São Paulo's 400th anniversary. In terms of artistic features, it blends Gothic and Renaissance styles. In addition to the Gothic spires, the Cathedral's semi-circular arch vouchers and the Center are in the Renaissance style. The designer imitates Florence's Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
Avenida Paulista
4.3/5
58 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Paulista Avenue is a bustling street in São Paulo and is undoubtedly one of São Paulo's important economic and financial centres and entertainment centres. Known as the "Wall Street" in the southern hemisphere. The corporate headquarters is here, and the skyscrapers are one after another. At the same time, it is also full of diverse shopping and entertainment venues.
Independence Park
4.5/5
78 Reviews
Monument
Museum
The Sao Paulo Independence Park is made up of museums, gardens, Independence Square and the Independence Monument. In August 1989, it was declared one of the archaeological and cultural heritage of Brazil. In 1822, Brazil declared independence in Sao Paulo. In front of the museum, the Independence Square and the monument we saw were built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of independence. The characters and bronze statues on the tablet are commemorating Pedro I and famous people who contributed to the independence of Brazil. The basement of the monument houses the coffin of King Pedro and the Queen. The flame of the monument does not go out all the year round, echoing the Brazilian flag fluttering in the wind.
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