Photos - Sao Paulo
  • Brazil's economic capital city and the world's third largest after Mexico City and Tokyo, Sao Paulo is the city of all excesses. 22 million inhabitants, 6 million cars being the cause of monstrous traffic jams, a swarm of helicopters (a perfectly common-place type of transport here!) hovering over the skyscrapers which stretch as far as the eye can see, this megacity can be a little scary at first, ...

    Brazil's economic capital city and the world's third largest after Mexico City and Tokyo, Sao Paulo is the city of all excesses. 22 million inhabitants, 6 million cars being the cause of monstrous traffic jams, a swarm of helicopters (a perfectly common-place type of transport here!) hovering over the skyscrapers which stretch as far as the eye can see, this megacity can be a little scary at first, ...

  • The biggest park of the city; its importance to São Paulo is comparable to that of Central Park to New York City

    The biggest park of the city; its importance to São Paulo is comparable to that of Central Park to New York City

  • This museum boasts the biggest collection of Western art in the southern hemisphere. It brings together more than 8,000 works and welcomes 50,000 visitors every month.

    This museum boasts the biggest collection of Western art in the southern hemisphere. It brings together more than 8,000 works and welcomes 50,000 visitors every month.

  • Sao Paulo, the world's third largest city after Mexico and Tokyo, stretches as far as the eye can see.

    Sao Paulo, the world's third largest city after Mexico and Tokyo, stretches as far as the eye can see.

  • This profusion of 2,578 skyscrapers standing side by side can make you start to feel rather oppressed in this megalopolis, with more than 6 million cars on its roads.

    This profusion of 2,578 skyscrapers standing side by side can make you start to feel rather oppressed in this megalopolis, with more than 6 million cars on its roads.

  • Opposite the cathedral stands the statue of Paul the Apostle, paying homage to the founder of São Paulo. It was erected in his honour following his conversion to Catholicism.

    Opposite the cathedral stands the statue of Paul the Apostle, paying homage to the founder of São Paulo. It was erected in his honour following his conversion to Catholicism.

  • Niemeyer's most recent project within the park opened in October 2005. It has 800 seats and a modular space able to hold up to 15,000 people.

    Niemeyer's most recent project within the park opened in October 2005. It has 800 seats and a modular space able to hold up to 15,000 people.

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