The cathedral is really amazing, majestic and breath-taking. It's a pity that there seem to be no social-care programmes to help/aid the homeless living around.
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This building is something of an architectural curiosity, placed in a South American setting, but observing all the rules of European classical form. There are details of local influences in some of the carvings, but otherwise this could be virtually anywhere in continental Europe. The...More
Easily accessed by metro, this neogothic church is a must see in São Paulo. The interior is fantastic and the tour to the crypts is unique. A warning: there are lots of homeless - and sometimes drugged - people around the church, so it is...More
This place always remind my childhood, where I used to visit with my family and it`s fantastic. The only thing that makes me feel sad are the homeless people and I wish I could care of them all. The negative point is the guys with...More
This building, which was built during the XX century, combines the gothic style with the local Brazilian tradition. In fact, there are a lot of statues of animals and plants typical of Brazils. It's worth - visiting also because it's free. And it is close...More
The Cathedral de Se is located centrally, in the old downtown area and attracts large crowds. The outside offers good photography options while the inside is calm and peaceful.
The most beautiful cathedral built in gothic style architecture. It's is perfect for a post card surrounded by tall palm trees conveniently located next to a subway station. Once upon the time, it was a must see location for any tourist. Nowadays, however, it is...More
The cathedral is a nice neo-Gothic building on the inside, but the very massive pillars make it seem very imposing. The domed centre feels light and large, but the rest of the cathedral seems heavy and dark. The interior is also very sober, which makes...More