The Municipal Market of São Paulo in Brazil is known worldwide for being a wonderful place to gather and a lot delicious to eat. It is there that get the best fruits and vegetables in the city, everything fresh and quality. Opened in 1933, the municipal market is an important trading wholesale and retail, specializing in the marketing of fruits, vegetables, cereals, meat, spices and other food products. The Market is located in the old center of São Paulo, capital of the eponymous state of Brazil, an area on the river wins Tamanduateí in the neighborhood in the old Lowland Market Carmo. The building in eclectic style, was built between 1928 and 1933 by the Office of renowned architect Francisco de Paula Ramos de Azevedo, with the design of facades Felisberto Ranzini. Inside, magnificent stained glass windows of Conrad Son Sorgenicht show various aspects of food production. The warehouse was completely renovated in 2004, the facade was restored, the windows were restored and built a mezzanine, by architect Peter Paul Saraiva de Mello, with several kiosks selling food and drink. Thanks to the reform, the market is now a meeting point of Sao Paulo. Currently being considered is the construction of an underground car park for easy access for visitors, but there is no date set for the start of work. The Municipal Market is located at Rua da Cantareira, 306, near the street on March 25 and the Parque Dom Pedro. The opening hours are: wholesale: Monday to Saturday from 22 to 6 hours. retail: Monday to Saturday from 6 to 18 hours. Sundays and holidays from 6 to 16 hours.
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