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São Paulo is the capital of great opportunities, culture and entrepreneurship in Brazil. It is the city of big businesses, because it constitutes the largest industrial, financial and service pool in the country.

It is a city of history, built during 542 years by Brazilians and immigrants from all around the world, who transformed it in the largest metropolis in South America, with approximately 11 millions inhabitants. That's the way it is until today – everybody goes through the "city that doesn't stop", but that shelters all those who adopted it. It is with that spirit in mind that we expect you at the 27 th ICANN Meeting.

São Paulo doesn't mean just work and business. It is a city with an intense cultural life, filled up with theaters, museums, movie theaters, show places and a very high-quality international cuisine. It would be just one of the four biggest cities in the world, if there wasn't the hospitality and warmth that our population offers to it's visitors, and that make it special among all the other cities.

The city also offers the best in leisure and entertainment. We have 31 parks, and the most famous among them, the Ibirapuera Park, is just 15 minutes away from the meeting venue. Besides the wide green area, the Ibirapuera has water fountains, sculptures, a 6 km cooper lane, a bike track, auditorium and museum, designed by one of the most famous Brazilian architects, Oscar Niemeyer.

Keep on visiting the ICANN Meeting São Paulo website. We'll keep you updated about what will be going on in the city during your stay!

And please feel free to send us your questions or suggestions using the e-mail imprensa@nic.br.

You will enjoy visiting São Paulo !

The best of São Paulo is waiting for you

São Paulo is recognized for its cultural diversity. International attractions can be found in the different museums and theaters of the city.


MASP – São Paulo Art Museum
Av. Paulista, 1578
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 01310-200
Tel. +55 11 3251.5644 / Fax. +55 11 3284.0574

The MASP was created by the journalist Assis Chateaubriand and Pietro Maria Bardi. It's current headquarter, opened in 1968, was designed by the architect Lina Bo Bardi. The building stands on two enormous porticos, which sustain a weight of 9.2 thousand tons, and form a free empty space of 74 meters. It is considered one of the most important European art collections in Latin America, and shows important art pieces from masters like Degas, Renoir, Modigliani and Bonnard, among others.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Pinacoteca do Estado (State Art Gallery)
Praça da Luz, 2
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 01120-010
Tel.: +55 11 3229-9844

The building occupied by the Pinacoteca do Estado was designed by Ramos de Azevedo in 1897, in order to receive the Liceu de Artes e Ofícios, an institution that taught technicians and handworkers to build the cities that enriched with the coffee plantations. With its brick walls and large windows incorporated to the urban landscape, the Pinacoteca went through a big restoration during the government of Mário Covas and today their restored rooms and intern patios shelter important exhibitions, like those with the art works of Rodin and Miró. The museum offers a well-defined profile of the Brazilian art from the 19th century until contemporary art. The museum possesses more than 4,000 pieces and is very significant, specially for São Paulo, as it gathers art pieces of artists from São Paulo, like Almeida Júnior, Pedro Alexandrino and Oscar Pereira da Silva, besides representative pieces of Cândido Portinari, Anita Malfatti, Victor Brecheret, Tarsila do Amaral and Di Cavalcanti. The Arts Pavilion, located in the Park Ibirapuera, is also a part of the Pinacoteca and offers very relevant art exhibitions.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Memorial da América Latina (Latin America Memorial)
Rua Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 01156-001
Tel.: +55 11 3823-9611

With a built area of 78 thousand m², the Latin America Memorial was designed to be an integration and information space for the Latin American countries, with their roots and cultures, and also includes the headquarters of the Latin American Parliament – the Parlatino. It was projected by the architect Oscar Niemeyer, and offers a pavilion with a permanent exhibition of the continent's rich workmanship production; a library with books, newspapers, magazines, videos, movies and sound records about the history of Latin America ; a room for exhibitions and an auditorium for 1,679 persons (one of the largest in the State). For more information about the Memorial da América Latina, please visit its website.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Memorial do Imigrante (The Immigrant Memorial)
Rua Visconde de Parnaíba, 1.316
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 03164-300
Tel.: +55 11 6693–0917

The Hospedaria do Imigrante (Immigrants' Inn) was created with the purpose to collect and preserve the documents, the memory and objects of immigrants who came to Brazil in pursuit of hope, adventures, fortune or simply escaping of difficult circumstances in their original countries. Installed in one of the few centenary buildings of the city of São Paulo , the museum is part of the former Inn, an impressive complex built between 1886 and 1888 in the Brás quarter, with the purpose to receive and forward to their working place those immigrants who came through an initiative of the Brazilian government. From 1882 to 1978, representatives of more than 60 different nationalities and ethnic groups went through the place, and all of them were duly recorded in books and lists. Approximately 3,000 persons were received at once and, in special occasions, up to 8 thousand. Besides the work of making those stories public, there is also the making over of the old wooden cars (the term "wagon" is used for the transport of burden) of the former São Paulo Railway Company. Two of them are being restored (one of them is a luggage and mail car from 1914, and the other one is a second-class passenger car of 1931). The Immigrant Memorial is a fair tribute to men and women who, with their dreams, their wish to succeed and a lot of work, transformed São Paulo and Brazil.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Museu Paulista
Parque da Independência, s/n
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 04218-970
Tel.: +55 11 6165-8000

The first monument built specially in order to preserve the Brazilian Independence memories, the Museu Paulista, inaugurated in September 7 th, 1895, was designed as a Museum for Natural Sciences. In 1919 it turned back to its original purpose and today it is an historical museum, also know as the Museu do Ipiranga. Its assets, with approx. 100 thousand items, include art works, furniture, garments and objects that belonged to important personalities of the Brazilian history, like the bandeirantes and emperors. The facilities include a library with 100,000 books and a Historical Documentation Center with 40 thousand manuscripts.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Museu de Arte Moderna ( Modern Art Museum )
Parque do Ibirapuera, portão 3 - s/nº
São Paulo - SP
CEP (ZIP code): 04094-000
Tel.: +55 11 5549-9688

The MAM is one of the first modern art museums of the Latin American continent. Since 1969 the MAM keeps and preserves a collection of around 4,000 contemporary Brazilian art works, created after the Second War.

Besides paintings, sculptures, engravings, videos, installments and performances, there are modern pieces of Cândido Portinari, Emiliano Di Cavalcanti, Tarsila do Amaral e Victor Brecheret, in addition to performances of Laura Lima, installments of Regina Silveira, Nelson Leirner and José Damasceno.

The Modern Art Museum is headquartered in a privileged area of the Ibirapuera Park, integrating the landscape and architectonic structure designed by Oscar Niemeyer between 1953-1954 in the central area of the city. The building, designed by Lina Bo Bardi, was constructed under the marquise of the park for the 5 th Art Biennale in São Paulo, in 1959.
Source: Governo do Estado de São Paulo

The private sector maintains several theaters in São Paulo. The major public theaters in the city are: :

Teatro Municipal
Praça Ramos de Azevedo, s/n
CEP (ZIP code): 01037-010
São Paulo-SP
Tel.: +55 11 222-8698

The opening on September 12th, 1911, with the opera "Hamlet" from Ambrósio Thomas, was the starting point of a new stage in the cultural life in São Paulo. Its construction, under responsibility of the offices of Francisco Ramos de Azevedo, had the cooperation of the Italian architects Cláudio Rossi and Domiziano Rossi.

The team, which during nine ongoing years dedicated themselves to the project and management of the work, established contact with the world's major companies, and brought to São Paulo an enormous amount of decoration elements, which still exist in its architecture.

During that century, the theater received famous names like Caruso, Callas, Ruffo, Schipa, Bidu Saião, Olenewa, Nijinski, Toscanini, Alonso, Pavlowa, Rubinstein, Gigli, Guiomar Novaes, Duncan, Tagliaferro, Fonteyn, and those people who organized the Modern Art Week in 1922. In 1951 the theater went through a radical modernization, coordinated by the architect Tito Raucht. The dressing-room area received new floors, enhancing the accommodation capacity. In the main room, all but 11 theater boxes were removed. The remaining area was transformed in balconies.
Source: Governo do Estado de São Paulo

Sala São Paulo (São Paulo Theater)
Rua Mauá, 51
Antiga Estação Júlio Prestes
São Paulo-SP
CEP (ZIP code): 01028-000
Tel.: +55 11 3351-8000

This is one of the most modern and well-equipped concert rooms in the world. The place is the headquarter of the São Paulo State Symphonic Orchestra. The makeover, which transformed the Julio Prestes Train Station in a Culture Complex, lasted one and a half year and had a cost of R$44 millions. The main room was opened on July 9 th, 1999, according to state-of-the-art technical and acoustic standards. The major technological innovation was the construction of a moving roof, formed by plates that can be lowered or lifted in order to adjust the quality of the sound according to the music to be played. With 1,500 seats, the room also offers 22 theater boxes.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Teatro Oficina
Rua Jaceguai, 520
São Paulo-SP
CEP (ZIP code): 01315-010
Tel.: +55 11 3106-2818

In the 60'ies the Oficina Theater was an important vanguard and resistance center during the military dictatorship period. Dedicated to the metaphoric translation of this period, from 1967 on, with the play "O rei da vela", the Teatro Oficina became a "manifest spectacle" and was closed by the Federal Justice Department. It became a historical patrimony and the building went through a renovation with project of the architects Lina Bo Bardi and Edson Elito. Currently the Teatro Oficina is maintained by the State Culture Secretary. The Theater keeps the whole memory of its vanguardistic and rebellious path, which can be seen in newspaper clippings, essays, manuscripts, printings, audiotapes, movies, videos, posters and photos.
Source: The State of São Paulo Government

Culture Centers

Centro Cultural Itaú
Avenida Paulista, 149
São Paulo-SP
Tel.: +55 11 2168 1700

Existing for 19 years, the Itaú Cultural Center promotes and spreads Brazilian culture within Brazil and in other countries, and is a reference center for culture in the city.

For considering culture one of the strategic axles in order to form the country's identity, and one of the most effective tools to promote citizenship, the Itaú Culture Center keeps two action fronts. It is a culture center, which offers the public free and diverse programs, and also an institute dedicated to research activities and to produce artistic and intellectual content, to map, foster and encourage the production and outreach of artistic expressions in different areas.

The institution seeks to work with plural cultural policies, besides those developed by the State. It's goals include: to value the diversity of cultural experiences among a complex and heterogeneous society as the Brazilian; to support cultural expressions that contribute to expand the expression freedom and artistic and intellectual creation; and to encourage the design of important cultural actions.
Source: Centro Cultural Itaú

Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil
Rua Álvares Penteado 112
São Paulo-SP
CEP: 01012-000

Opened on April 21 st, 2001, the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil of São Paulo celebrates its success for reaching its goal: to inject even more vitality in the city São Paulo. Thanks to quality and educational programs, the CCBB contributes to change the relationship among the citizens of São Paulo with the downtown area in their city.

The Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil em São Paulo occupies a building constructed in 1901 at the Rua Álvares Penteado, 112, corner with Rua da Quitanda. Located in the historical heart of the city, on a street currently only for pedestrians, the building was purchased in 1923 by the Brazilian Bank (Banco do Brasil). After a renovation projected by the architect Hippolyto Pujol in 1927, it became the first own building of the Brazilian Bank in São Paulo .
Source: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil

Centro Cultural São Paulo
Rua Vergueiro, 1000 – Paraíso
CEP 01504-000 - São Paulo – SP
Tel: +55 11 3277-3611 r.200

Initially designed to be an extension of the Mário de Andrade Library, the Cultural Center of São Paulo went through many adjustments in order to become one of the first multidisciplinary cultural spaces in the country.

Inaugurated in 1982, the Center offers theater, dance and music shows, visual art expositions, movies and videos, workshops, discussions and courses, besides important art assets of São Paulo: the Municipal Pinacoteca, the Record Collection Oneyda Alvarenga, the collection of the Missão de Pesquisas Folclóricas de Mário de Andrade (Folkloric Research Mission of Mário de Andrade), the Multimedia File and a library complex that covers an area of more than 9 thousand m².
Source: Centro Cultural São Paulo



R. Dr. Renato Paes de Barros, 65 - Itaim Bibi

Fogo de Chão
Av. Santo Amaro, 6824 - Santo Amaro

Jardineira Grill
Av. dos Bandeirantes, 1001 - Vila Olímpia

Baby Beef Rubaiyat
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2954 - Itaim Bibi

A Figueira Rubayait
R. Haddock Lobo, 1738 - Jardins


Casa da Fazenda
Av. Morumbi, 5594 - Morumbi

Dona Lucinha
Av. dos Chibarás, 399 - Moema


Café Antiqüe
R. Haddock Lobo, 1416 - Jardins


R. Princesa Isabel, 379 - Brooklin


La Vecchia Cucina
R. Pedroso Alvarenga, 1088 - Itaim Bibi

Al. Santos, 1826 - Cerqueira César

R. Vitorio Fasano, 88 - Hotel Fasano


Jun Sakamoto
R. Lisboa, 55 - Pinheiros


R. Tinhorão, 122 - Higienópolis


R. Haddock Lobo, 807 - Jardins


Al. Lorena, 1884 - Jardins


A Figueira Rubaiyat
Rua Haddock Lobo, 1738 - Jardim Paulista

Bistrô Charlô
Rua Barão de Capanema, 440 - Jardim Paulista

Le Coq Hardy
R. Jerônimo da Veiga, 461 - Itaim Bibi

Bar / Night Club

Miller Goddard (bar/ live music)
Av. Morumbi, 8163 - Morumbi
Tel.: +55 11 5535-5007

Charles Edward (bar/ live music)
Av. Juscelino Kubitschek, 1426 - Itaim
Tel.: +55 11 3078-5022

Bourbon Street Music (bar/ live music)
Rua dos Chanés, 127 - Itaim
Tel.: +55 11 5095-6100

Original (bar)
R. Graúna, 137 - Moema
Tel.: +55 11 5093-9486

Bar do Juarez (bar)
Av. Juscelino Kubitscheck, 1164 - Itaim
Tel.: +55 11 3078-3458

Cânter (bar)
Av. Lineu de Paula Machado, 1263 - Cidade Jardim
Tel.: +55 11 3037-7426

Na Mata Café (dance / live music)
Rua da Mata, 70 - Itaim
Tel.: +55 11 3079-0300


Parque do Ibirapuera (Ibirapuera Park)
Av Pedro Álvares Cabral, s/n Vila Mariana
Tel.: +55 11 5574-5177 / 5045 / 5505 e 5573-4180
Office hours: 6:00 a.m. to 0:00 p.m.
Parking place, cafeteria, rest rooms, and access for wheel chairs.

Existing for more than a half century, the Ibirapuera Park continues surrounded by a typical "paulistanean" charm, and is one of the largest and most important leisure places in the capital. The park receives up to 200 thousand persons per weekend, coming from different districts of the city, from Brazil and other countries. This is an obligatory visit for tourists who come to São Paulo with their photo cameras looking for post card images.

The curvilinear architecture of Oscar Niemeyer, the well-visited open-air concerts and the great number of activities and places to visit are also an attraction for a permanent public. The Ibirapuera has already received art exhibitions of several countries of the world, like the "Warriors of Xi'an and the treasures of the Forbidden City " and the exhibition of Pablo Picasso, not to forget the International Art Biennale. During the 25 th edition of the Biennale, the Park was the scenario for the American artist Spencer Tunick, who photographed more than 700 naked persons in the Park.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque da Independência (Independence Park)
Av. Nazareth, s/n Ipiranga
Tel.: +55 11 273-7250
Office hours: 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Parking place, rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

The Independence Park is a national historical benchmark. At the Ipiranga Hill, next to the Ipiranga Creek, D. Pedro the First declared the Brazilian independence from Portugal in 1822. The Park includes the Museu Paulista, better known as Museu do Ipiranga, and also a statue by the Italian artist Ettore Ximenez in honor to the "Ipiranga's Shout"(the legendary shout of D. Pedro I, "Independence or death"). A French-style garden connects the museum and the statue with the other buildings, which include a winter garden and a zoology museum.

Located in a lower terrain, the garden highlights the building with the Museum, which has a collection with more than 125 thousand items, including native objects, furniture, paintings, tools and instruments that picture life in the country between 1500 and 1950. With two libraries and an archive and picture collection, the Museum also offers maintenance and restoration workshops.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Burle Marx (Burle Marx Park)
Av. Dona Helena Pereira de Morais, 200 Morumbi
Tel.: +55 11 3746-7631
Office hours: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Parking place, rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

A well-preserved area with 456.884 m 2 in the district Campo Limpo, next to the Pinheiros River. Well-protected woods, with ponds, yards and trees, allow this area to preserve a quite diverse bird fauna, with some species that are very uncommon in the city, like the seven-color saíra and the tiê-sangue.

Parque Severo Gomes (Severo Gomes Park)
Rua Pires de Oliveira, 356 Chácara Sto Antonio / Granja Julieta / Sto Amaro
Tel.: +55 11 5687-4994
Office hours: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

The Park occupies a former green area that during the 70'ies sheltered a community center between two small country properties – Vila Elvira e Granja Julieta.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Guarapiranga (Guarapiranga Park)
Estrada Guarapiranga, 575 Parque Alves de Lima / Campo Limpo
Tel.: +55 11 5514-6332
Office hours: 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Parking place, rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

Opened in September 1974, the Guarapiranga Park is located at the Guarapiranga Dam – a tupi-guarani name that means "red lake". The Dam was constructed in 1908 by the “São Paulo Tramway Light and Power Co.” in order to control the flow rate of the Tietê River, because the Light Company had installed a waterworks in Santana do Parnaíba (the first hydro-electric work that supplied the city), which depended on the river.

Today the Dam is responsible for 1/3 of the water supply for the metropolitan region of São Paulo. The park project was developed by the Burle Marx and Co. office, and has the important function to protect the water flow, minimizing erosion and sedimentation, specially those that affect the activities depending on water and soil usage. The Environmental Education Center (Centro de Educação Ambiental – CEA) Guarapiranga offers workshops, courses, discussions and other activities with the purpose to get the attention of the community to environmental issues, specially those related to water quality and source preservation.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Alfredo Volpi (Alfredo Volpi Park)
Rua Eng. Oscar Americano, 480 Morumbi
Tel.: +55 11 3031-7052
Office hours: 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (until 7 p.m. during Summer)
Parking place, rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

Originally, the 142.432 m² area belonged to the Tea Farm Morumbi. On August 6 th 1949, the Cidade Jardim Co. donated the area to the city, and in April 27 th 1971 the Park Alfredo Volpi was inaugurated.

Its current name – Alfredo Volpi – is a homage to one of the best-known painters. Born in Italy in 1896, he is popularly known as the "painter of little flags". His family established in São Paulo before his second birthday; he worked as engraver, carpenter and plumber. He was recognized as artist during the 2 nd Art Biennale of São Paulo and participated of art exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo .

Former called Bosque do Morumbi (Morumbi Woods), the Park was created with the purpose of protecting the environment, thanks to a significant area covered with original vegetation (Mata Atlântica) in the middle of the urban net.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Luis Carlos Prestes (Luis Carlos Prestes Park)
Rua João Della Manna, 665 Jd. Rolinópolis
Tel.: +55 11 3721-4965
Office hours: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Parking place, rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

The Park was created in an open area in Jardim Rolinópolis. Before its creation, there was a small playground there, under supervision of a municipal server. In 1987, fulfilling a request of the population and recognizing the potential of the place, the city administration developed the project for the Park, opened in July 17 th 1990 .

The name is in honor of Luís Carlos Prestes, a Brazilian politician who died in 1990. Prestes was a captain of the Brazilian Army and, affiliated to the Communist Party in 1930, he leaded the Tenentist Movement. In 1945 he was elected Senator. After that he lived many years in the exile, and went back to Brazil in 1979.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Cidade de Toronto (Cidade de Toronto Park)
Av. Cardeal Mota, 84 City América / Pirituba
Tel.: +55 11 3648-0579
Office hours: 6:00 a.m. to 18:00 p.m.
Rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

Opened in July 1992, on a free area of the allotment "City América", the Park was a result of a Technical Cooperation Program between the administrations of São Paulo and Toronto, Canada, whose purpose was to provide professional training, advisory and know-how transfer between the technicians or the two cities. This park is also the product of a request of the local population, which has been asking for its construction in order to avoid the repeated accidents in the pond, a leisure source in that region.

This very pond, the common element with the Canadian landscape, was the reason for choosing this place for the exchange between both cities. The most visited places of the Park are the playground and the “wading-pool”, placed side by side, and the first one has a sample of toys that are typical for Canadian parks.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque da Luz (Luz Park)
Praça da Luz, s/n Bom Retiro
Tel.: +55 11 227-3545
Office hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 7.00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Rest rooms, access for wheel chairs.

Considered the oldest public garden of the city, the Luz Park is very important for the history of São Paulo. The idea to create the Botanic Garden Luz was born in the years 1798-1799, but its inauguration happened only in 1825.

At that time, the Garden was the only leisure and resting place for the population. Its usage as "Botanic Garden" was soon abandoned and in 1838 it became simply a " Public Garden ". In 1875, the Garden was already totally cultivated and many trees were planted. It had four statues representing the year seasons and two statues as reference to Greek mythology – Venus and Adonis – which came from Rio de Janeiro.

When Antônio Etzel was nominated the administrator of the Jardim da Luz, the Park received a new design – circular alleys, large lawns in English style and woods. Etzel also built the new residence in 1901, the music pavilion in 1902 and the kiosk in 1903.

A mini plant nursery and a mini zoo with capivaras, deer and exotic birds were also installed. Etzel managed the park until 1930, when the walls, grids and the zoo animals were removed. The Jardim da Luz entered a deterioration process, becoming more and more a mere local passage. In 1972 the Garden went through a restoration and was again surrounded by a fence and gates, and received the denomination Parque da Luz.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Parque Buenos Aires
Av. Angélica, s/n (altura do nº 1.500) Higienópolis
Fone: +55 11 3666-8032
Office hours: 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Rest rooms, access for wheel chairs

In 1912, the city administration of São Paulo expropriated an area in the central region where it created the Praça Higienópolis in May 1913. In September of the same year, the name was changed to Praça Buenos Aires.

In 1916 the work on the place was concluded and it was opened to the public with a belvedere, a small pool, sculpture and fence. The purpose of creating this place was to preserve the view over the Pacaembu Valley. The project was developed by the French architect Bouvard, and included a central higher place with belvedere, which received a telescope and the water pond in front to the Avenida Angélica.

Only in December 1987 the area was transformed in the Parque Buenos Aires, as we know it today. The major feature of the Park is to be an isle of calm and contact with nature in the middle of the building mass of the central area in the city.
Source: São Paulo City Hall

Jardim Botânico/Instituto de Botânica de São Paulo
(Botanic Garden/Botanic Institute of São Paulo)

Av. Miguel Stéfano, 3031
Tel: +55 11 5073-6300 r. 225
Office hours: Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

It is a scientific research institution for Botanic of the Environment State Secretary.

The Botanic Institute has its origins in the Botanic State Department, created by the Act Nr. 9715 of November 9 th, 1938 , subordinated to the Agriculture and Supplying Secretary by the Act 12499 of January 7 th, 1942. In 1987, the Institute was transferred to the Environment State Secretary.

In addition to its headquarter, the Biological Reserve and the Botanic Garden, located within the State Park of the Fontes do Ipiranga (Ipiranga Sources), in the district of Água Funda, in the city São Paulo, the Botanic Institute has two other conservation units, which represent the major ecosystems of the State: the Atlantic woods (Reserva Biológica de Paranapiacaba) and the vegetation from the cerrado (the Biological Reserve and the Experimental Station of Moji Guaçu). The institutional mission of the Botanic Institute includes the development of botanic researches in order to provide information for the environmental policies of the State São Paulo.






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