Mosteiro de São Bento (in English: St Benedict's Monastery) is a church located in São Paulo, Brazil. Established on 14 July 1598, the current church was built between 1910 and 1914.
Anite Nemo | Jun 18, 2017
Nice for catholics. Expected more musically. Gregorian singing and organ could be more present. Worth a visit if you are planning to know SP downtown area
Hung Le | Feb 19, 2018
Nice church but we are not allowed to take photos inside
nem Vem | Jan 28, 2018
Hey thats pretty good
Uthpala Jayaweera | Feb 21, 2017
Magnificent building with colonial style architecture located in easily accessible area through metro line. Good surrounding to have a hang out.
Tam O'Hara | Dec 23, 2015
I love to go there from time to time. Extremely charming interiors and a real peaceful emotion. The community of monks praying several times a day gives the opportunity to joint them and to enter their quiet existence of praise. Pope Benedict XVI stayed here during his visit in Brazil in 2007. Recommended to tourists and do not forget the Sao Bento bread!
Américo dos Santos | May 11, 2018
Sure worth a visit! It's good to remember it's not allowed to take photos inside it.
Miller Victor | May 19, 2018
Historical place in downtown Sao Paulo
Giuliano Orlando | Jun 18, 2018
please make sure you visit the chapel of the monastery. You'll be shocked!
Juliana Cappeletto | Jul 12, 2018
anna rigo | Aug 9, 2018
What a stunning magnificent church: a lively surprise
A. Fábio | Jul 21, 2018
Beautiful holy place to go pray and meditate!!!!
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