Palácio da Justiça São Paulo (in english Palace of Justice) Designed in 1911 by Domiziano Rossi and Felisberto Ranzini architects, inspired in Palazzo di Giustizia in Rome, Italy, this work from the Technical Office Ramos de Azevedo was opened only in 1933. In beaux-art style, influenced by Neo-renaissance, the facade presents luxurious finishing and it is garnished with figures, caryatids (female statues used as columns) and symbols of the judiciary. Inside, the highlight is the Jury Plenary, overlaid with sidings (overlay to internal walls with decorative purpose) made with hardwood and the ceiling garnished and crowned by a skylight in the center.
It houses permanent and temporary exhibitions kept by the Court of Law Museum – today headquartered at Conde de Sarzedas Stately House (100 Conde de Sarzedas treet).
Where: Praça Clóvis Bevilacqua, s/n.
When: Monday to Friday, from 10 am
Getting There: Metro Station Sé (Red or Blue Line)
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