St. Paul's Cathedral, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral, is the world's fourth-largest Gothic cathedral and the gateway to the tourism of São Paulo. It was built in 1913 and the construction lasted for 40 years, becoming a luxurious project in São Paulo's 400th anniversary. In terms of artistic features, it blends Gothic and Renaissance styles. In addition to the Gothic spires, the Cathedral's semi-circular arch vouchers and the Center are in the Renaissance style. The designer imitates Florence's Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
Sao Paulo Cathedral is absolutely the landmark building of Sao Paulo. It has a long history and a very spectacular appearance. It is one of the five largest Gothic churches in the world. It gives people a simple style, a blue spire church, a tall palm tree in the outer square, and a good weather. It gives people an interpretation of God.
This is Se Square in downtown Sao Paulo. It's also near the Brazilian financial center and the Brazilian stock market certificate center. It's very close to here. There are many banks here, Brasil Banco Brazilian Bank.
From the other side of the Neva River, the spire of St. Paul's Church pointing directly to the sky indicates the distance between man and spirit. The Church of Blood Drops in memory of the kindest Czar Karon, who splashed blood from abolishing serfdom, was named the country to worship and commemorate the hero for offering Russia's most experienced image of the Virgin of Kazan.
On a sunny Sunday, I arrived at St. Peter's and St. Paul's Cathedrals, also known as Washington National Cathedral. This is a typical Gothic style church, with huge domes, long pillars, spires, reliefs, and stained glass. It happened that the church was active that day, and the teenage choir from Germany was singing hymns. For the first time, I thought I heard the sounds of heaven. There would be many surprises to go on Sunday. There will be a lively market in the garden at the church gate.
Very magnificent church, which is solemn and solemn, as well as preaching and praying. The only problem is that there are no English signs, all in Portuguese.
When we get to St. Paulo, we always go to see the cathedral. There are many restaurants and shops around it. There are artists and vendors in the square, but they are still messy. Cathedral is the fourth largest Gothic Cathedral in the world and the landmark of St. Castro.
Last week when I went to London, I punched a card in Sao Paulo, which means that I finally gathered together the five world churches, St. Peter's Cathedral of the Vatican, Milan Cathedral of Italy, Seville Cathedral of Spain, Florence Cathedral of Italy, Sao Paulo Cathedral of England. My favorite ones are Florence and Milan. They are so beautiful that I can stand in church stupidly. Looking at it all the time in front of the class, I just don't want to divert my eyes.
Must Tour Project! On the right hand side, you can park 20 reals. Affected by domestic reports, one person is responsible for taking pictures, one person is responsible for looking around the others and protecting them. Haha, leave safely! In fact, nothing is safer than the domestic railway station!!!
Good place, a combination of Gothic and Renaissance style, each window reflects the different religious themes in the Bible, the overall feeling is very beautiful, that is, feel a little chaotic nearby, need to pay attention to their own safety.
Sao Paulo, Brazil, is famous for its cathedral and Independence Square in the 13th century (rebuilt in 1913 after the fire). Not far from St. Paul's Cathedral, I was attacked by a vagrant and hit hard on the back of my neck. I wanted to grab my Canon camera. Fortunately, I had a strong fighting ability. I turned around to fight him and beat him away. In fact, the police car left me 30 meters. Brazil is not a paradise for photography.