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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  • Great ride, you can consult foreign immigrant relative name, registry exists with names of immigrants.
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  • I loved the Museum. Tells the story of our immigrants, fundamental plot that formed the Brazilians and Brazil. The day was rain in SP, perfect, then, for a program like Museum. I also made the tour of Maria smoke but, this, I didn't find that interesting. Price of admission to the Museum: 6.0 reais. Tour price: 15.0 real locomotive
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  • Is a good Museum, which depicts the miscegenation of cultures in São Paulo. In a few moments, listening to the testimony, we noticed a little anxiety when immigrants came to Brazil. It also has a ride on a train pulled by a locomotive "steam locomotive". I went on a Saturday and had another surprise, this day was free admission.
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