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Hospital Oftalmológico de Sorocaba que é referência nacional e uma das mais modernas unidades do SESC


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Villàggio Shopping - Inauguração no final do mês.


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Is this the city you live in? I like. For the 30th largest in Brazil is sure does have a skyline. Looks pleasant, but wish there was some more diversity among the buildings. This goes for all Brazilian cities, really. You guys' walmart looks amazing (compared to the typical walmarts here in the US).
 

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Is this the city you live in? I like. For the 30th largest in Brazil is sure does have a skyline. Looks pleasant, but wish there was some more diversity among the buildings. This goes for all Brazilian cities, really. You guys' walmart looks amazing (compared to the typical walmarts here in the US).
Yup I live here,and I agree it should has a better diversity of buildings.
Anyway Thanks for ur comments :cheers:
 

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Very nice. Mediun sized cities are the best option to live in Brasil, low crime rates, good life quality and you have everything you need.
 

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Collection of ugly buildings like those you find in every brazilian city.
 

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Beautiful city. Looks very clean and liveable.
I agree with the previous poster about the generally "dull" designs of Brazilian buildings but that doesnt in any way diminish the beauty of Sorocaba.

Thanks for posting and sharing your hometown with us.
 

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^^ Yeah hahah Sorocaba has just a little winter during june-august and the temperatures don't be colder than 5 and don't be warmer than 20,21 celcius so during the winter it is very good weather....and the average temperature is 24.5...Anyway paraná is colder
 

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It looks very nice, I didn't know it. Where is it located?? (obviously in Brazil :crazy:, but Could someone post a map?:D)
 

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Big map of São Paulo state municipalities divison and a little map of Brazil with the state division
 
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