The Brazilian Independence Monument, adjacent to the Parks and Palace Museum, was established in 1922 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the independence of King Pedro I of Brazil in 1822. The flame in front has not been broken since 1922. Under the monument is the coffin of the king and his wife.
The Palace Museum of the Independent Park in central Sao Paulo is the oldest museum in its history. It was built in 1890 and has been listed as Brazilian archaeological and human heritage. The Palace Museum is a symmetrical building in European style. It has a large collection of fine works from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century. The Independent Square, built in 1922 in the centenary of Brazil's independence, is located in front of the Palace Museum. The independent monument on the square is a symbol of Brazil's independence.
There are so few visitors in the park who are unaccustomed to the JMS of their peers. They are unaccustomed to the fact that almost no thieves in Brazil come up and rob them. Later, I think we may have too many SLR cameras to target. Alas, the torch was not photographed.
The park has beautiful scenery. There are museums and monuments in Independent Square. The life of the monuments is not extinguished all the year round. It is still a place worth seeing. The whole park is still very large, and it's good to take pictures in the garden.
The park is divided into two sections by a road in the middle. The area is very large. It can be browsed for half a day without tickets. In the park on the side of the Independent Monument, there are many people playing skateboarding, roller skating and wheelbarrow. Some middle-aged people with big stomachs are very agile in skateboarding. The Monument to Independence was erected to commemorate Pedro I's announcement in 1822 that Brazil was separated from Portuguese colonial rule. The flame of freedom and independence was bright in front of the monument. The Brazilian flag was flying in the wind. The coffins of King and Queen Pedro were stored under the monument, but they did not go down, and it was not known whether they could be seen or not. On the other side of the road, in the park is the Palace of Pedro I. It is also quiet and has a lot of fitness people, but the palace has been closed for a long time.
After a happy breakfast, we're going to Sao Paulo's most historic place, the Independent Park of Sao Paulo. In 1822, Brazil declared its independence in Sao Paulo. At that time, a sign was planned to be erected in the place where Brazil's independence was declared as "independent notarization".