This sculpture close of Ibirapuera park is designed by the famous Vitor Brecheret. It has became a symbol and post card of Brazil, with 240 granite blocks and was inaugurated in 1954 for the celebrations of the fourth century of the city of São Paulo. This work represents Brazilian pioneers, exposing its various ethnic groups and the effort to build and explore the country. In addition to Portuguese, there are black, mamluks and indians people (with crosses in the neck), pulling a monsoon canoe, used in river expeditions.
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