December 1, 1991
December 1, 1991 | Alberto Milkewitz
The city of Sao Paulo in southern Brazil is a megalopolis with 17.4 million inhabitants in a country of 144 million people. Sao Paulo is unique in Brazil because of its size, economic power, and variety of cultures. While the city is known for its widely dispersed neighborhoods, intense traffic and smog problems, its reputation rests on being the largest industrial, commercial and financial city and state in Brazil.