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Praça Roosevelt is a public square in São Paulo, Brazil. Construction of the square began in 1968 and was completed in 1970. After decades of decline, the square was renovated in 2011–12. A second renovation to expand the skate park on Praça Roosevelt was completed in November 2014.
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A good place to chill have some drinks with your friends, meet new people there and it's close to a subway station higienopolis MacKenzie
Such a good place to skate, bring the kids, have a beer and talk. There are cops everywhere so it's pretty safe. I also recommend have a lunch at the restaurants around, they offer such great burgers and meals for a reasonable price. Also, Praça Roosevelt is such a historical place in São Paulo, worth a visit for sure.
A nice square, some threes give shadows for rest in a sunny day. This is not a place to visit in the night, seems dangerous. During the day you can practice skateboarding, walk your dog or just sit to read a book.
Was there at the carnaval and lives nearby. Always full of people enjoying a few beers and so on. Nice to chill out.
It is a place to chill and drink with friends. You can bring your own drink and you can sit and hang out anywhere you want. The crowed is very alternative and laid back.