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Designed by prolific Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer as a monument to the sociocultural and political unity of Latin America, and punctuated by a large modernist statue of a bleeding hand, the Memorial da América Latina is one of the more...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avenida Auro Soares de Moura Andrade 664 | Barra Funda, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01156-001, Brazil
This space provides many cultural and gastronomic events that rotate almost weekly, generally with no entry fee. This happens more or less non-stop, so it's always work checking out what is going on there.
This memorial is a giant outdoor event space. Look on Facebook (or similar social media) for event postings. The schedule had something for every weekend. It is very near a metro stop so good even if you are staying a little farther away from this...More
Here you can be pick what Latin America is about. You can browse on their library, they have shows from time to time and you can also meet locals from different countries of Latin America. Great to visit and to explore. Check their page to...More
Planted on 84,480 m² in the neighborhood of Barra Funda, Memorial is a permanent invitation to the scientific and artistic events in Latin America, a plea for them to do the architectural ensemble designed by Oscar Niemeyer in his home in Sao Paulo.
I have to be honest. I have never been there. However, as a Brazilian, I know people who have, and I often see this place on TV as well as events that are held there. So, I am taking the risk to review it here...More
Worth a photo when you are visiting the nearby museums when they re-open, as sadly on November 29, 2013, the Simón Bolívar Auditorium caught fire, causing an extensive destruction of its inner parts. The area is one of Oscar Niemeyer´s designs
Even though its location seems to be unfair. Its remarkable architecture will amaze strangers and residents every time. The events held in this place are well organized and allow you to get in touch with plenty of cultures of the countries, they would have fixed...More