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Banespa Building, Sao Paulo
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  • Interesting building to meet, and, especially, go to the top. From there you can see an impressive view of the city of São Paulo.
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  • I lived in Sao Paulo for many years, and moved to São Paulo for many years, and for this reason, wanted to take the person I love to meet some sights of the city (I made the trip in November 2016 m&es) and one of them was Banespa building by providing a beautiful view of the city. To our surprise, when arriving in front of the building, was closed to the public and without any statement of the reason or any forecast for reopening. I was shocked because, in all sites that we consulted, there was nothing saying that this tourist spot was closed, including some in his own Tripadvisor. Not only was more upset because the place where we were installed in the 22 floor, close and Italy, also ed. gave a beautiful view of the city. The building is very beautiful on the inside, and for a long time was one of the highest locations of sampa. My bad review is not the place, but rather by the lack of information on the site of SP that made me lose time to drive me there, although I took and went to other nearby places.
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  • Simply the best view of the city, is the Empire State building. Who visit enjoy and visit the Museum that has the building, who like the history of the city will enjoy it.
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