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Bandeirantes Palace, Sao Paulo

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Built in 1955, Bandeirantes Palace is the seat of the state government and home to a large collection of Brazilian art. Visit the palace/museum for a guided tour of hundreds of works by artists such as Portinari, Aldo Bonadei, Djanira, Almeida Júnior, Victor Brecheret, Ernesto de Fiori, and Aleijadinho. The building’s name is a tribute to the 17th century’s pioneering explorers who expanded São Paulo’s borders almost to its current limits. Inside these walls you can see an array of colonial furniture, leather and silver artifacts, and European tapestry. In an eclectic style, the palace walls are covered with panels describing the history of São Paulo. Don’t leave before visiting the palace garden, a thriving habitat of more than two thousand species of native plants, trees, and birds. By using our Sao Paulo itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Bandeirantes Palace and other attractions in Sao Paulo.
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  • I don't like the architecture of the Palace, but Rico's collection that he is home, from garden sculptures, decorative panels, the period furniture, paintings and sculptures by Portinari Brecheret found in your interior. Be sure to know the Dishes ' Lounge on the first floor.
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  • The Museum of the Palace of Pioneers, little do they know. is open to the public and free. Entries are allowed full all the time. We went on a Sunday morning and had the Museum to ourselves, with a right to exclusive tour with d. Abigail, which is more than 30 at the Museum. There was little acquis, because great part was on display at FIESP, but it was interesting. We had the opportunity to view a ' pocket ' exhibition on Jânio Quadros, who was Governor of the State, President of the Republic and Mayor of SP. Various cool stuff. A curiosity: the pal ´ cio was not to be the seat of Government, but a University that would be created by the Matarazzo family. Not to be missed!
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  • The visitation is possible without a lot of bureaucracy, is open to the public almost every day, for free and with a guide to explain what's what. I went there with another goal, a possession of Secretary of State, but as there was time I went for a walk. It was worth it, many works of art, history of São Paulo and its people. There is the Government of the State of São Paulo and is the official residence of the Governor. Of course it is not allowed access to the residential area, but the public area, is worth a visit.
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  • Perfeito.
  • cheio de vagal
  • sao paulo independente sou a favor e o palacio dos bandeirantes vai ser nosso palacio presidencial
  • Visita bonita
  • Ótimo