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São Paulo City Mini-Documentary: (Full HD) The São Paulo Series


This is Brazil - Episode 2 (São Paulo & Fortaleza / Fernando De Noronha)

Fernanda de Paula heads to the biggest city in the southern hemisphere and discovers how the rich get around the massive metropolis. Amongst the chaos of its 20 million residents, São Paulo reveals itself as a melting pot of cultures. At the Central Market she faces off with a sandwich that's almost the size of her head. She meets Pablo, a bicycle shop owner popular with those who want to avoid the mile-long traffic jams. She and an old friend head to an open-air nightclub featuring the sounds of one of the country's best DJs. After a quick stopover in the city of Fortaleza, where she meets up with one of Brazil's top female surfers, Fernada spends time on the island paradise of Fernando de Noronha. The Bay of Dolphins, a marine park, offers an array of nature-orientated activities and an encounter with a sea turtle recharges the batteries.

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São Paulo: The Most Underrated City in the World

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Take a tour of Breaking Borders' favorite neighborhoods, restaurants and bars in São Paulo. Explore the alternative side of Centro, the diversity in Liberdade, and discover what makes São Paulo such a great city.

In 2018, the building with 666 caught on fire and burned.

Prédio invadido desaba em incêndio no largo do Paissandu, centro de SP

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Filmed, edited and produced by Nick Neumann
Hosted by Walker Dawson

Music in order of appearance:

Always This Late by Odesza
On Your Side by Opiuo ft. Russ Liquid
Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars (A Dupla da Paulista Cover)
Lost Ones by Lauryn Hill (Inko Remix)
La valse d'Amelie - Yann Tiersen
Picture by Lynx (Polish Ambassador Remix)

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Two months in São Paulo

The metropolis is an alpha global city and is the most populous city in Brazil and Americas as well as in the Southern Hemisphere. The municipality is also the largest in the Americas and Earth's 12th largest city proper by population. The city is the capital of the surrounding state of São Paulo, one of 26 constituent states of the republic. It is the most populous and wealthiest city in Brazil. It exerts strong international influences in commerce, finance, arts and entertainment.

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Visit Sao Paulo - The DON'Ts of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Visiting Sao Paulo, Brazil, whether for work or play can be extremely rewarding with amazing museums and shopping, but there are a few things you should not do when you go to Sao Paulo. This video covers the Don'ts of Visiting Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Filmed in Sao Paulo State, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2017
1. Don't expect to get anywhere quickly in Sao Paulo. With so many people, cars and craziness it will take you longer than what google says it will to get anywhere.
2. Don't skip the Mercado Municipal! This Sao Paulo tradition is amazing. From amazing fruit to the best bologna or sorry Mortadella sandwich you ever ate.
3. Don't skip out on eating non-Brazilian food while in Sao Paulo. There are tons of amazing places, foods, restaurants and styles for you to enjoy!
4. Don't lose your wits. Pay attention! Sao Paulo has a reputation for crime for a reason.
5. Don't expect a beach vacation. Sao Paulo is not a Brazilian beach city, it is a cultural, shopping, museum, business hub for South America.
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conheça a maior cidade do Brasil e de todo hemisferio sul, com mais de 12 MI e habitantes, é um centro finaceiro do mundo, a maior cidade da america, e um bom lugar para viver e estudar principalmete para trabalhar pois tem grandes zonas industriais

know the largest city in Brazil and all over the southern hemisphere, with more than 12 MI and inhabitants, is a financial center of the world, the largest city in america, and a good place to live and study mainly to work because it has large industrial areas

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São Paulo - Brazil's biggest city by a long way. Often mis-spelled Sao Paulo, Sao Paolo pr even San Paulo. Anyway, it's an amazing city. One of Brazil's best! I'm on a travel adventure...
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Welcome to Sao Paulo - Brazil / Bem-vindo à São Paulo [HD]

Beautiful, rich, intellectual, democratic, alive, sporting, cultural, sentimental, romantic, modern, serious, outgoing, professional. After all, what defines Sao Paulo? There is absolutely no adjective that could precisely what is one of the world's megacities.

Made up of different nationalities, cultures, beliefs, philosophies and ideals, this great pioneering metropolis is truly cosmopolitan, by vocation and adoption. It is Italian, German, Jewish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, French, African, Arabic, Spanish, Latin, Brazilian, São Paulo. These and many other facets are present in the architecture of the buildings, the streets, the refined tastes of their culinary delights and in costumes and mannerisms of a people that does not stop, day-to-day valiantly writing the history of the city. The land of drizzle, gastronomy and beautiful people, will receive you with open arms.

Bela, rica, intelectual, democrática, viva, esportiva, cultural, sentimental, romântica, moderna, séria, extrovertida, profissional. Afinal, o que define São Paulo? Não há absolutamente nenhum adjetivo que consiga decifrar com exatidão o que representa uma das megacidades do mundo.

Minuciosamente desenhada por multinacionalidades, culturas, crenças, formações e ideais, a grande metrópole bandeirante é verdadeiramente cosmopolita, por vocação e adoção. É italiana, alemã, judaica, portuguesa, japonesa, chinesa, francesa, africana, árabe, espanhola, latina, brasileira, paulistana. Estas e outras tantas faces estão presentes na arquitetura dos prédios, nas ruas, no paladar refinado de suas sugestões gastronômicas e nos trajes e trejeitos de uma gente que não para, dia-a-dia escrevendo valorosamente a história da cidade. A terra da garoa, da gastronomia e da gente bonita, irá lhe receber de braços abertos.

Bella, rica, intelectual, democrática, viva, deportiva, cultural, sentimental, romántica, moderna, seria, sociable, profesional. Después de todo, lo que define a Sao Paulo? No hay absolutamente ningún adjetivo que pudiera precisamente lo que es una de las megalópolis del mundo.

Compuesta de diferentes nacionalidades, culturas, creencias, filosofías e ideales, esta gran metrópolis pionera es verdaderamente cosmopolita, por vocación y adopción. Es italiano, alemán, judío, portugués, japonés, chino, francés, africano, árabe, español, latino, de Brasil, São Paulo. Estas y muchas otras facetas están presentes en la arquitectura de los edificios, las calles, los gustos refinados de sus delicias culinarias y en trajes y gestos de un pueblo que no se detiene, el día a día que escriben valientemente la historia de la ciudad. La tierra de llovizna, gastronomía y gente guapa, te recibirá con los brazos abiertos.

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São Paulo - Series

Spending time in São Paulo made me experiment with the rawness, the roughness and the harshness of the city in this video. Usually I experiment here and there with filming and editing for little videos on my Instagram account (@rutgerrog).

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Music: Bigote feat Tribilin Sound y Lagartijeando - No WIFI Sao Paulo

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Working class of Sao Paulo


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Cosmopolis as a world in itself. In this case, Cosmopolis refers to the dynamic, renewing, ever growing Brazilian city of Sao Paulo. The film gives the viewer the opportunity to really experience this phenomenal and huge metropolitan. Impressive imagery is combined with stories told by a few of the approximately 18 million inhabitants. These city-dwellers are called Paulistanos and appear to be as multicultural and adaptive as the city itself.


Aqui neste video, mostro e comento lugares e fatos referente a esta megalópole chamada São Paulo. É um bom passeio turístico, espero que gostem.
Forte abraço!


São Paulo - Brazil's biggest city by a long way. Often mis-spelled Sao Paulo, Sao Paolo or even San Paulo. We went to try the Sampa metro line and then went to a cool bar called FFFront!
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São Paulo

Here is some footage from a June 2001 Sunday in São Paulo, with ordinary people, downtown, Liberdade (Japan town), soccer fever, evangelical Christians, street musicians/performers, sleaze district, prostitutes, the homeless, etc. The most hilarious part is that of a Japanese-Brazilian man in a public square, bursting spontaneously into dance—which later morphs into martial art moves—all to atrocious Christian pop!
(Music soundtrack by Adriana Calcanhotto, Cesaria Evora, Jerry Mulligan, Jane Duboc, Gal Costa, Caetano Veloso, and Gilberto Gil.)

How safe is Sao Paulo?

How safe is living in Sao Paulo, Brazil?

São Paulo - Maior cidade da America latina - Brasil (HD)

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São Paulo é uma cidade imensa com uma região metropolitana de mais de 19 milhões de habitantes, a maior do Brasil e de toda a America latina.

Considerada capital do novo mundo.


O clima de São Paulo é considerado subtropical, com diminuição de chuvas no inverno e temperatura média anual de 19,25 °C, tendo invernos brandos e verões com temperaturas moderadamente altas, aumentadas pelo efeito da poluição e da altíssima concentração de edifícios. O mês mais quente, fevereiro, tem temperatura média de 22,5°C e o mês mais frio, julho, de 16 °C.45.
No inverno, porém, o ingresso de fortes massas de ar polar acompanhadas de excessiva nebulosidade às vezes fazem com que as temperaturas permaneçam muito baixas, mesmo durante a tarde. Tardes com temperaturas máximas que variam entre 14 °C e 16 °C são comuns até mesmo durante o outono e o início da primavera. Durante o inverno, já houve vários registros de tardes em que a temperatura sequer ultrapassou a marca dos 10 °C, como em 15 de agosto de 1999.47


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iFly TV: Little Secrets São Paulo

Brazilian journalist and editor Gustavo Abreu takes iFly KLM Magazine to discover the best kept secrets of the dynamic Brazilian city of São Paulo in KLM's iFly Magazine.

São Paulo - Brasil :: 3 vistas panorâmicas em 3 minutos :: 3em3

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• Martinelli (Av. São João, 11 a 65)
• Banespa (Rua João Brícola, 24)
• Skye (Av. Brigadeiro Luís Antônio, 4700)

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Edição: Anderson Spinelli

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Sao Paulo 1943

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Morro de São Paulo - Brazil

Morro de São Paulo is a beautiful seaside resort near the city of Salvador da Bahia. Beautiful beaches invite to relax and to enjoy sports activities.

New York Vs São Paulo- São Paulo: Brasil's Answer to New York-FULL HD

All eyes may be on Rio de Janeiro's carnival this week but another Brazilian city -- Sao Paulo -- can easily compete as Brazil's party capital. It's the city that never sleeps, the concrete jungle, a fast, furious corner of the tropics that is not all that it seems at first sight. It's the economic powerhouse of Brazil -- and it even beats Rio de Janeiro as the country's cultural center.
While Sao Paulo has no beaches or any of the breathtaking scenery that define Rio as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it more than makes up in other ways. It features world-class restaurants, museums, theatres and boutiques. It is only a couple of hours away from lush, tropical beaches fringed by Atlantic rainforest.
If you are a business traveller to Brazil, Sao Paulo -- the country's economic capital -- is more than likely to be part of your itinerary than Rio. It is one of South America's largest and most vibrant cities, so there'll be much to explore there.

There are many apartment services to chose from. The apartments are clean, comfortable and sometimes cheaper to stay at than hotels. The Jardins area of the city is always a good bet, with many good self-service rooms for the travelling executive. It is also a secure part of the city.

There are also hotels aplenty, from the opulent Renaissance to the trendy Fasano, which boasts one of the best bars and restaurants in the city and is an architectural gem.

Where To Eat

Sao Paulo is a place of gastronomic delights. The city is powered by an ethnically diverse group of peoples, all of whom have left their mark on the city.

Sao Paulo is home, for example, to nearly half a million people of Japanese descent -- the largest community outside of Japan -- and you'll find sushi bars in most neighborhoods.

The best place for Japanese food is the area known as Liberdade, Sao Paulo's 'Little Japan.' You can head out to the Moema or Vila Olimpia, the location of the famous Nakombi restaurant. It offers traditional private rooms for you and your clients.

Sao Paulo also boasts good Italian restaurants. Try as Appolinari on Rua Oscar Freire, or La Buca Romana on Avenida Paulista. For more traditional fare, head to the famous Familia Mancini downtown, which is where the hub of the city's theatre crowd will gather for a post-performance supper.

The city's large Syrian and Lebanese communities also mean that Middle Eastern food is easily to be found. Try Arabia, located in the Jardins district. The food here is just as good as any to be found in Beirut

What To Do

Take a walk in the park in Sao Paulo. The Ibirapuera Park is the city's largest urban park and is frequented by joggers and sightseers who come to look at the exhibitions in the pavilions and museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art.

The Sao Paulo Museum of Art is an absolute must. Located on the Avenida Paulista, this striking museum, designed by the renowned Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi, is a wonderful place from which to view the city. It's built on stilts so visitors can take in a breathtaking view of downtown Sao Paulo. The museum is a pioneering center for post-war Brazilian art.

There is also the Pinacoteca art museum, located near the Luz railway station downtown. This turn-of-the-century building was converted from a railway terminal and now exhibits an impressive collection of Brazilian art.

Soccer -- or Futebol in Portugese -- is the country's unofficial religion and Sao Paulo is home to such teams as the Corinthians and the Sao Paulo FC. But a word of warning: the crowd can get rough. Rio, for all its splendor, is also a city with widespread poverty. There are great places to go, but there are also slums and street crime.

Despite that, Sao Paulo's nightlife cannot be beaten anywhere else in the country, as even the most ardent lover of Rio regretfully admits. Whether it's theatre or live shows or simply hanging out, Sao Paulo's diversity and cosmopolitan vibe means there is something for everyone. For clubs and hangout joints, Rua Augusta and Rua da Consolacao have plenty of clubs and bars to while away the night.

For a relaxed evening, head to Vila Madalena, a neighborhood that has galleries, bars and some of the most beautiful restaurants in town.

If you want a slice of history, then head to the Brahma Bar on Avenida Sao Joao. It's a traditional Brazilian pub which serves some of the best beer to be found in the city. It is in the middle of the bustling downtown area, with plenty of tables outside for people-watching. It was also THE place for writers, poets and intellectuals to congregate over a choppe -- the famous Brazilian ice cold beer -- on many an evening. For the full Sao Paulo experience, go on a Thursday or Sunday, when a samba band plays live.

As Marlene Dietrich once said, Rio is a beauty but Sao Paulo… Sao Paulo is a city.



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