by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of the Museu do Cafe
Casa das Pedras
It took more than 20 years to build this Gaudi-like house.
A rooftop observation deck with views of the urban sprawl.
Fundação Parque Zoológico de São Paulo
São Paulo’s largest and best-known zoo.
The epicenter to São Paulo's huge Japanese population.
Mercado Municipal Paulistano
This indoor market was headquarters of the 1932 revolution.
Museu do Café
Explore Brazil's coffee museum in Santos.
Oscar Niemeyer’s Architecture
No one individual has shaped the visual landscape of Brazil.
São Paulo’s own triangular-shaped version of Central Park.
Pinacoteca do Estado
Housed in a neoclassical building near downtown.
Shop on Rua Oscar Freire
Hundreds of designer stores and boutiques.
FEATURED // Museu do Café
FEATURED // Bar Brahma
FEATURED // Figueira Rubaiyat
FEATURED // Lenny Niemeyer
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