The Martinelli Building (in Portuguese: Edifício Martinelli), with 28 floors, is the first skyscraper built in Brazil. Located in São Paulo, it is 105 meters tall.
The building was planned in 1922 by the Italian-born entrepreneur, Giuseppe Martinelli. Construction began in 1924, and was completed in 1929. At the time of its opening, it was the tallest building in Latin America, and the largest concrete-framed building in the world.
Uthpala Jayaweera | Feb 21, 2017
Good place to see the city. But not the tallest. Surprisingly, they don't charge any fee for the entry. However, you may have to be in a queue to get access. The space on top is limited. So, it is recommended for a short visit.
Guilherme Bertho Luiz | Jan 4, 2017
Great panoramic view of sao paulo city center and landscape
Philippe Martin | Jul 1, 2016
Stunning view of the concrete jungle! A must do! Check the time of the tours...
Sandro Sousa | Feb 4, 2016
Amazing view of São Paulo. This is one of the highest building of the city. They have a partnership with Heineken where you can get a pass to a party promoted by them.
Eddie Rodrigues | Apr 6, 2017
I loved the stunning view and the building itself is quite beautiful
Julia Pereira | Jun 29, 2018
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