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Mosteiro São Bento
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Edifício Martinelli information
São Paulo’s first skyscraper, in a gorgeous 1929 Beaux Arts building, features a mansion built on top of its 26th-floor viewing terrace. The terrace and its incredible views are now open for free visits. For entry, you must arrive on the half-hour during the above stated hours to gain entrance.