Parque Ibirapuera - Brazil
Parque Ibirapuera is a large urban park located in São Paulo, Brazil, covering an area of over 1.58 square kilometers. It is one of the largest parks in the city and has a range of attractions. Visitors to the park can explore the clean, green spaces, discovering the many sculptures, monuments and the Japanese Pavilion, a gift from the Japanese people in 1954, as well as the planetarium, known as the Museum of Astronomy and Related Sciences. Additionally, the park boasts a strong sports and exercise culture, with a range of tracks and fields available for use. Free tours also operate, allowing visitors to get to know the park and its attractions in greater depth. Parque Ibirapuera is an important cultural and recreational landmark, earning the title of “green lung” for São Paulo.