The government of São Paulo plans to create a new tour of the Palácio dos Bandeirantes later this year, with the possibility of visiting all the rooms in the building, including the one occupied by the governor, Tarcísio de Freitas (Republicans). Visits would take place on weekends.
Tarcísio’s office underwent a renovation, which reversed the changes that had been made during the João Doria administration, with the walls being painted black. Other rooms will undergo a similar process.
Today, there is already the possibility of visiting parts of the Palace, but the objective is to expand this route, with professional curation. One idea is to tell the story of São Paulo and the place using the trajectories of governors as a guide, since the time of the Empire.
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