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São Paulo BRAZIL
Transcript of São Paulo BRAZIL
It exerts strong regional influence in commerce, finance, arts and entertainment and a strong international influence. The name of the city honors Saint Paul of Tarsus. São Paulo BRAZIL Localization
and Climate São Paulo is located in Southeastern Brazil, approximately between Curitiba and Rio de Janeiro.
The city has a humid subtropical climate. In summer, mean temperatures are between 17 °C and 28 °C and 32 °C on the hottest days. In winter, are between 11 °C and 23 °C. History The village of São Paulo appeared on January 25, 1554, with the construction of the Colégio de São Paulo de Piratininga, a Jesuit college. Economy Flora and
Fauna Today, 48% of the territory of São Paulo is significantly lacking in plant cover of any type. The city's culture is influenced mainly by Italian and Japanese culture. Culture and
->Ana Karen Mazón Activities Curiosities -Has more than 12.500 restaurants. São Paulo consumes about 1 million pizzas a day! -Has the fifth largest zoo in the world. -The building "Italy" is the highest of Sao Paulo, with 164 m high and 47 floors. In São Paulo's nightlife, there are a variety of bars, clubs, theaters for everyone, cinemas, etc. There are museums, opera, classical
music and popular dances of all types
and everything you can imagine. Is considered the "financial capital of Brazil" São Paulo is the 10th richest city in the world, and is expected to be the 6th richest in 2025. São Paulo's economy has become increasingly based on the tertiary sector, focusing on services and businesses for the country. If the city of São Paulo were a country, its economy would be the 47th in the world. On the other hand, 21% of the city is covered by dense forests in various stages of ecological succession, under severe threat from the unrestrained occupation of both low-income housing and luxury condominiums A technical team belonging to the City hall, has registered 29 species of vertebrate, 285 species of birds, 58 species of mammals and 40 different species of amphibians. For fish, 9 species were registered and are found in the lakes of the municipal parks. Municipal Theatre Basilica de Sao Bento Football Museum It is regarded as one of the landmarks of the city, significant both for its architectural value as well as for its historical importance. Multimedia collection, futurist feature of facilities and references to great facts in Brazilian XX century history are present in this visit. SOME ATTRACTIONS Is home of 40 cloistered monks who pray and work at the basilica. Generally, there are also musical concerts and events held at the church. There are also courses and workshops held at the school. Events Carnival Cultural Turn Art Bienal The carnival in São Paulo takes place in the Sambodrome of Anhembi on the Friday and Saturday night of the week of Carnival. Is an international exhibition of modern art created in 1951 and held every two years. Cultural Turn is an annual event held since 2005, promoting 24 hours of non-stop cultural activities held each May. -Has the largest gay parade in the world. São Paulo is the most visited destination in Brazil for foreign tourists who travel on business, and third place to travel for leisure. The name was chosen because the college was founded on January 25, the same day on which the Catholic Church celebrates the conversion of the Apostle Paul of Tarsus. The discovery of gold in the region of Minas Gerais, in the 1690s, turned attention to São Paulo. The expansion of coffee production was another factor in the growth of São Paulo, initially in the Vale do Paraíba and then in the regions of Campinas, Rio Claro, São Carlos and Ribeirão Preto.
From 1869 onwards, São Paulo was connected to the port of Santos by the Railroad Santos-Jundiaí, called The Lady. São Paulo became the point of convergence of all railroads from the interior of the state. Coffee allowed the State of São Paulo to experience major economic and population growth.
1554 2012 1823 On July 11, 1711, the Town of St. Paul was elevated to city status. When the gold ran out in the late eighteenth century, São Paulo shifted to growing sugar cane, which spread through the interior of the Captaincy. The sugar was exported through the Port of Santos. At that time, the first modern highway between São Paulo and the coast was constructed and named the Walk of Lorraine. From the middle of this century to its end, the province began to receive a large number of immigrants, largely Italians and Portuguese, many of whom settled in the capital. The region's first industries also began to emerge.