I think this place is pretty good. It can be called an art district. It has two parts, an indoor part and an outdoor part. I think the outdoor part is very good, with some whimsical and very creative works of art.
I think the outdoor exhibition in this place is more interesting than the indoor exhibition. The outdoor exhibition is very artistic and abstract, and the outdoor space is relatively large, while the indoor exhibition is average.
The Latin American Memorial is a place based on the hot spots and characteristics of Latin America. The environment and area of the entire memorial are quite large. You can also see very unique crafts here, which are also some things that are quite expected.
Its golden light happily kisses all things and our cheeks, so gentle and so kind, just as gentle and honest as a mother caressing her children. Many items with Latin American characteristics are interesting to see. The culture here is difficult to understand. Traffic is a problem and it is a scenic spot worth visiting.
Brazil is the largest country in Latin America, and the Latin American Memorial Museum in Sao Paulo showcases the traditional culture and fine arts of Latin American countries. Here you can learn about the clothing culture and customs of Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc., Latin American countries, and all aspects of content are really worth visiting.
Located in the heart of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Latin American Memorial is a black-and-white building group built to showcase the cultural fusion of Latin America. "The buildings, such as museums and theatres, and the large frescoes, are connected by beautiful arcs of land bridges, all of which have a strong Latin American traditional style and cultural orientation, and which show Latin American culture and art in every way." to show us a rich culture of Latin America.
The Latin American Memorial in Sao Paulo, Brazil, also known as the Latin American Parliament, was designed by Oscar Nimel. It claims to have a construction area of 80,000 square meters, and currently only about 20,000 square meters is actually used, and the rest are mostly idle or leased for other commercial offices. The head is to commemorate the establishment of Simon Bolivar, the architecture and sculpture have some characteristics, and the graffiti wall has its own style. The library is highly recommended. The main structure is plain concrete. Although many visual aspects are unsatisfactory, the overall effect is still very good.