São Paulo Brazil editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the São Paulo Brazil in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

São Paulo Brazil editable vector map svg free

São Paulo Brazil editable vector map svg free

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São Paulo, Brazil, is a sprawling metropolis with a complex network of streets, roads, and distinctive city districts. Here’s an overview of some of the principal streets, roads, and key districts:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Avenida Paulista
    • One of the most famous and important avenues in São Paulo.
    • Known for its financial institutions, cultural institutions like MASP (São Paulo Museum of Art), and numerous corporate offices.
  2. Avenida 23 de Maio
    • A major thoroughfare that connects the north and south of the city.
    • Part of the city’s inner ring road and vital for traffic flow.
  3. Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima
    • A key financial hub with numerous multinational corporations.
    • Known for high-end shopping, restaurants, and luxury apartments.
  4. Avenida Ibirapuera
    • Leads to the Ibirapuera Park, one of the largest urban parks in Brazil.
    • Important for its commercial and residential zones.
  5. Marginal Pinheiros
    • Runs alongside the Pinheiros River.
    • Key for accessing the western parts of the city and important business districts.
  6. Marginal Tietê
    • Runs along the Tietê River.
    • Crucial for heavy traffic and transportation, linking several highways.
  7. Rua Oscar Freire
    • Known for luxury shopping and designer boutiques.
    • Located in the upscale district of Jardins.
  8. Avenida Juscelino Kubitschek
    • Connects the western business districts.
    • Features a mix of commercial and residential buildings.

Key City Districts

  1. Centro (Downtown)
    • Historical heart of the city with landmarks such as the Sé Cathedral and Municipal Theater.
    • A mix of commercial, cultural, and governmental buildings.
  2. Jardins
    • An upscale district known for luxury shopping, fine dining, and cultural institutions.
    • Home to Rua Oscar Freire and numerous high-end hotels and residences.
  3. Moema
    • A wealthy residential area with a lively commercial district.
    • Close to Ibirapuera Park and known for its high quality of life.
  4. Vila Madalena
    • A bohemian neighborhood known for its vibrant nightlife, art galleries, and street art.
    • Popular among young professionals and artists.
  5. Pinheiros
    • A trendy area with a mix of residential and commercial spaces.
    • Known for its culinary scene, nightlife, and cultural venues.
  6. Brooklin
    • A modern business district with many multinational corporations.
    • Features contemporary architecture and upscale residential areas.
  7. Itaim Bibi
    • Another important financial district.
    • Known for its high-end restaurants, bars, and corporate offices.
  8. Liberdade
    • The heart of the Japanese community in São Paulo.
    • Known for its Asian markets, restaurants, and cultural events.
  9. Morumbi
    • An affluent residential neighborhood.
    • Home to the Morumbi Stadium and many embassies and consulates.
  10. Tatuapé
    • A rapidly growing district with a mix of residential and commercial developments.
    • Known for its shopping malls and vibrant local culture.

These streets and districts form the backbone of São Paulo’s urban landscape, each contributing to the city’s dynamic and diverse character.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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