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Ramos de Azevedo Square, Sao Paulo

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It's hard to miss the Ramos de Azevedo Square with its neo-classical theater and a statue of Ramos overlooking his people. Many visitors think this is all the square has to offer, but "the square" also encompasses a large, green area located below the theater. This lush greenery is dotted with statues depicting some of the city's most influential personages, as well as sculptures that decorate the lawn with human ingenuity.  Plan to see Ramos de Azevedo Square and other attractions that appeal to you using our Sao Paulo itinerary planner.
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  • Historic square, in downtown São Paulo, is adjacent to the viaduct of the tea, but it's a little abandoned, has many drug addicts.
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  • If you are in SP, very careful not to pass by the square Ramos accidentally, because I believe that few people see her willful way. Stink (pot and urine) and is frequented almost entirely by users of pickpockets. Eventually visitors Metropolitan Civil Guard, but you can't do much. Visually note that was once very beautiful, but today is unrecognizable because of graffiti and vandalism. If you are walking in the Centre, admire the distance (by the Viaduto do Chá perhaps), because don't even think about taking the cell phone/camera access.
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  • Really it is a pity to find something like this. Opposite the Municipal Theatre is a square with a monument and fountain that give access to the public space of the Vale do Anhangabaú through a staircase which is in a total State of neglect and deterioration. Homeless and addicts live and sleep in this space used as a public toilet at the sight of all.
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