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Hi, as we know Brazil is economically emerging and Sao Paulo, its richiest city is reflecting this happening.

Here is my view from a new region in Sao Paulo where new buildings are beeing constructed and where new offices from internacional companies are coming.

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13 O novo shopping Vila Olímpia! Deus me livre...:eek:hno:



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Great Pics! :applause:
 

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^^^ ^^^I like street level pictures too. I think the ones showing people, cars, roads, etc. are very interesting and can nicely portray a city's character.

BTW nice pictures.
 

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According the Köppen climate classification São Paulo has a humid subtropical climate. Temperatures seldom reach 30 °C (86 °F) during summer, while frost is rare during winter due to being an urban heat island. All-time record temperatures are 35.3 °C (95.5 °F) on November 15, 1985 and −2.1 °C (28 °F) on August 2, 1955 (both at the Mirante de Santana National Weather Station, in the north region). In the mountains around the city (Horto Florestal), −3.9 °C (25 °F) was recorded also in August 2, 1955 (unofficially).:)
 

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I was thinking the same thing. I doubt that it was less than 15 degrees in any of those photos.

Advise you to stop being obtuse and study a bit before talking about what you dont know.
 

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São Paulo gets colder than that in the winter,the lower temperature in the city this year was 2°C.

It's currently 14°C degrees at São Paulo. :)
It was 2 degrees during the day? Even it were, that must have been the only day that cold.

I wonder why SP is so much colder than Rio? They're not that far from each other (aren't they about 500 km apart?) and they're at about the same line of latitude.
 
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