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This is a tribute to the explorers who first came. The statue is big, its very nice. If you are tourist in Sao Paulo, this is one of the mais tourisric points. It is located just in front of the Ibirapuera Park, the most famous...More
The monument commemorates the exploration and colonization of São Paulo
(and Brazil). The Brazilian sculptor, Victor Brecheret, was commissioned to construct this monument to celebrate São Paulo’s settlement 400 years before. It’s done in a very Socialist Art style. It looks like it belongs more...More
Monument to the Bandeiras (The Monument to the Flags) is a fifty meters long and sixteen meters high granite sculpture in St. Paul Square, close to Ibirapuera Park located opposite the Palácio Nove de Julho, headquarters of the Legislative Assembly of Sao Paulo. The massive...More
The Monument to Los Bandeiras by Victor Brecheret sits at one of the entrances to Sao Paulo's Ibirapuera Park. Commissioned by the city and completed in 1954, it depicts through massive granite blocks and a heroic socialist realist style the struggle and triumph of the...More
Monument to the Bandeiras is a large-rough sculpture at the entrance of Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo. You will see it in case you visit the Ibirapuera Park, otherwise there is no reason to arrange a visit specific for it.
This is next to the park and really draws you to it when you are in the park but when you get there it's impressive but with very little signage so you've no idea what you are looking at and what it commerorates. Impressive sculpture...More
This monument is one of the cities post card points. It represents a key moment in Brazil's history and is one of those that I had heard about since infancy. The area around it is somewhat busy with main roads, but the nearby Ibirapuera park...More
Ibirapuera Park, the highlight of this neighbourhood, is a family-friendly area to have a picnic, relax, play sports, exercise or appreciate art. It gets crowded during the weekends and is a popular leisure destination for residents. Its 1,584 square kilometers holds three lakes, two museums and several other cultural spaces. The park hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as free music concerts and a
water and light show celebrating the holidays at the end of the year. There are two important monuments to visit, the Obelisk and the Flag Monument. Ibirapuera is a perfect escape!