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This park is located opposite side of the Ipiranga Museum (Paulista Museum). It has a large ramp and it is common to see people riding skates, bikes and roller blades in it. At the bottom there are the Monumento da Independencia where the tumb of...More
In this park there are several historical sites related to the independence of Brazil. Stands out the mosaic that reproduces with Portuguese stones the dragoons of Independence. Much sought after by locals and tourists
Independencia park has so much to offer!
It is very spacious and full of things to see. You've got the Museum, which is currently closed for renovations, but still leaves you with the admiration of the stunning architecture. Then you have the special monument at...More
Independencia Park is a great place to visit - full of ancient trees and buildings that remote to the imperial era. There is a skate ramp in the park and it's usually full of teenagers and young people.
This is a beautiful park, part of Brazilian history--where Peter I declared Brazil independent of colonial links to Portugal, back in 1822. Great to see the vegetation and gardens, we can enjoy walking (or jogging) besides visiting some museums at the same complex. There's a...More