The Palace Museum, now known as the São Paulo City Museum, and the Palace Museum in the Downtown Independence Park is the historic museum of São Paulo, a museum of the University of São Paulo. The exterior is magnificent and the inland collection is rich, making it a great place to learn about the history of Brazil. The collection contains tens of thousands of collections, including a large number of precious paintings of the Brazilian Empire, historical weapons, royal supplies, historical archives, and unearthed artifacts. The collection is famous for its archaeological and folklore materials in South America.
The Royal Museum of Sao Paulo, also known as the Paulista Museum, is located in the center of the city and is the oldest museum in Sao Paulo. There are many precious paintings, including Monet's and Picasso's, which are the most valuable museums to visit in Brazil.
The Palace Museum, located in central Sao Paulo, has been in the maintenance phase and is said to be completed in 2019. Due to the repair period, it is difficult to find the right angle to shoot, but it does not affect the characteristics of the palace itself.
Metro to SACOMA, walk 2KM to Sao Paulo Independent Park. It also includes the Palace Museum (completed in 2019) and the Brazilian Independent Monument. From the museum to the monument is a gentle slope, many people play skateboarding.
The building looks beautiful and atmospheric, but it was not open to visitors when it went. It just turned around in the periphery. It has South American characteristics. The scenery in front of the museum is very good. It is worth visiting. Take pictures
Unfortunately, the museum did not open and turned around outside. It did have the momentum of the palace. It was close to the Independent Memorial Park and looked at the monument from afar. It was very beautiful. No museum is relatively far from the city.
The Palace Museum is located in the city center of Sao Paulo. It was designed by Italian designer Thomas Bess. It has a long history. It was built in 1885 and completed in 1890. Now it has a large collection of Brazilian historical relics from the 19th to 20th centuries. Later, the museum imitated the French Palace of Versailles and built gardens around the main building of the museum. It's still a beautiful museum.
The Palace Museum of Sao Paulo commemorates Brazil's independence. It was started in 1885 and completed in 1890. It was only the Brazilian Independence Museum at that time. By 1895, it had been transformed into a museum, which has a history of more than 100 years. There are three floors in it. Interested students can go to see the collection. Recommend it
A little disappointed, because after entering the palace, I feel no fun. It must be weak and explosive compared with the palace of the Great Heavenly Dynasty, but on the whole, it is interesting to look at the history of the country in the past.