SΓ£o Paulo became the gateway to the sertΓ£o (Brazil’s backcountry), and explorers known as bandeirantes made expeditions from the city into this region.

The SΓ£o Paulo Museum of Art, known locally as MASP, only opened in 1968 but has the most representative and comprehensive collection of western art in Latin America.

In this football (soccer) mad country, a city like Sao Paulo would be bereft if it didn’t have a museum dedicated to the “beautiful game.”

Ibirapuera Park was laid out by landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, with buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer.Β 

The excellent Museum of Contemporary Art along with special exhibitions and shows.

Full of things to do and a favorite destination for both tourists and locals.Β 

The cathedral is the seat ofΒ the Archdiocese of SΓ£o PauloΒ .Β 

Municipal TheaterΒ of SΓ£o Paulo is aΒ theaterΒ in SΓ£o Paulo, Brazil. It is regarded as one of the landmarks of theΒ city.

Beco do Batman is a wild and colorful spot located between Gonçalo Afonso Street and Medeiros de Albuquerque Street.

The square known as PÑtio do Colégio, immediately north of Praça da Sé and the cathedral, is the original nucleus of São Paulo.

The Benedictine monastery and its church were founded in the late 16th century, but the current church dates only from 1910-22.

This museum is the oldest in SΓ£o Paulo, opened in 1905 to showcase the works of Brazilian artists.

Nossa Senhora da Luz, typical examples of the traditional architecture of SΓ£o Paulo.

Largo de SΓ£o Francisco is a street in the city center named for the monastic complex that faces it.Β 

SΓ£o Paulo also has a rich artistic and cultural history, with numerous museums dedicated to preserving stories from the past. One of the most notable museums is the SΓ£o Paulo Art Museum (MASP), with its collection of nearly 10,000 pieces.

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