Museum of Immigration of the State of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo

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Museum of Immigration of the State of Sao Paulo is a memorial that preserves the history and heritage of immigrants in Sao Paulo State. The museum’s main building used to be old immigrant’s lodge, built in 19th century, where newly arrived European workers and their families stayed before going to the countryside. They arrived by train, and the train is still there, more than a century after. The museum displays furniture from that time, photographs documenting their daily life at that time, personal objects, and a book that records the names and details of the immigrants. There is a Navigation Room with a rotating globe showing the immigrant ships’ routes. Put Museum of Immigration of the State of Sao Paulo on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sao Paulo itinerary maker.
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  • Next to the region of Mooca, is an excellent ride. The place has a beautiful garden and the collection is great. There are lockers for those who are loaded with things. You can do a quick walk. Highlight the area of the drawers with hits of immigrants. Not usually in the screenplay by tourists, as it is a little away from the neighborhoods most frequented, however recommend
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  • Beautiful place! Exhibition and architecture refer us to the immigration process in Brazil. Old guest house where immigrants were arriving from the port of Santos to work, mainly in coffee farming in the State.
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  • We went on a Sunday morning, it was pretty empty and super quiet. The tickets are very cheap for the whole story you have access. Building beautiful, tastefully restored and very well kept gardens. The acquis with the antique furniture and fixtures used by our Italian immigrants are amazing. The cafeteria also has a great cost benefit and you still enjoy the view of the garden. I recommend everyone to visit.
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