The Museu de Arte Sacra or Museum of Sacred Art was created in 1970 through a collaboration between the Sao Paulo State ... More
Museum of Sacred Art
The Museu de Arte Sacra or Museum of Sacred Art was created in 1970 through a collaboration between the Sao Paulo State Government and the Archdiocese of Sao Paulo. It is one of the main Brazilian institutes that is dedicated to the study, conservation and exposition of objects related to sacred art. It is located in the left wing of the Monastery of Light (Mosteiro da Luz), the only colonial building from the 18th century in Sao Paulo with original structure and elements that have been preserved. The Museum contains religious objects from old churches from all over the country, made by both Brazilians and foreigners, and with an emphasis on art produced from the 16th century on.
Blue Tree Paulista is located near the fashionable Paulista Avenue near plenty of Sao Paulo's finest shopping, dining, and culture.
Guests of the hotel can take some light snacks in the lobby bar or healthy Mediterranean cuisine at the ...
Ramada Hotel and Suites Sao Paulo Jardins is located just one block from Avenida Paulista. Its strategic location allows quick
access to all major destinations of Sao Paulo. The Congonhas Sao Paulo International Airport (CGH) is just four miles ...
This popular restaurant is a hot favorite with the locals and tourists. Owned by a local fashion designer, Maior, it
can seat only 20 people at a time. The place also doubles up as an art gallery. There are ...
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