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Our Lady of Aparecida Parish, Sao Paulo

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Built in 1937 by the Salvatorian Fathers, Our Lady of Aparecida Parish is a church is the Roman style, with beautiful stained glass windows and 25 frescoes painted by Italian painter Bruno di Giusti. The church is surrounded by trees, where you can sit in the cool shade. For Our Lady of Aparecida Parish and beyond, use our Sao Paulo vacation trip planner to get the most from your Sao Paulo vacation.
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  • Very nice sanctuary. A bit odd that it has an adjacent shopping mall on its grounds. There is paid parking available on the grounds itself.  more »
  • A cathedral to honor Brazil patroness where many people go in procession to pay promisses. It is far from SP city and a visit must be planned in advance.  more »
  • Square that attend more than 40 years old. Private well located, with good space, but unfortunately this post. It was "Retired" for the parish soon as far as possible with the help of the parishioners. The construction of the subway invaded part of the square that doesn't end anymore. It is regrettable that no authority take attitude of at least help in part to recovery from the square. I'm sure that if the private sector take some initiative, the parishioners will roll up their sleeves and together we pick up the square of the patron saint of Brazil.
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