São Paulo: between business and leisure


An Indian Globetrotter's Travelogue

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(Clockwise from the extreme left) View of the Sao Paulo bridge; street art "graffiti" in the city of Sao Paulo; Blue Gold Macaws birds; Anaconda from the Amazon rainforest; National Park of Iporanga also known as the capital of the caves; tribal man doing a ritual act.
(Clockwise from the extreme left) View of the Sao Paulo bridge; street art “graffiti” in the city of Sao Paulo; Blue Gold Macaws birds; Anaconda from the Amazon rainforest; National Park of Iporanga also known as the capital of the caves; tribal man doing a ritual act.

It is difficult to speak of the state of São Paulo without using superlatives: largest industrial producer in Brazil, the largest and ethinically most diverse population, the largest fortunes, the biggest stock exchange, the busiest port, the finest museums but also the worst traffic congestion and significant poverty.

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