Mirante do Vale

Mirante do Vale Building, commonly called Mirante do Vale, is a 170-metre office skyscraper located in , , in the area of Downtown São Paulo and Vale do Anhangabaú.

Landmarks in the Area

Church
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of São Paulo, also known as Martin Luther Church, is one of the… is situated 260 meters west of Mirante do Vale. Photo: Matheus Meirelles, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Tourist attraction
Martinelli Building, with 30 floors, was the first skyscraper in . is situated 370 meters south of Mirante do Vale. Photo: Dornicke, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Church
The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God is an Evangelical, non-denominational church and business enterprise with its headquarters at the Temple of Solomon in , Brazil. is situated 420 meters northwest of Mirante do Vale.

Tourist attraction
The Altino Arantes Building, also known as the Banespa Building, and most popularly by Banespão is an important Art deco skyscraper located in , . is situated 420 meters south of Mirante do Vale.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Sé is the name of the most central borough in the city of , in , divided in eight districts. Photo: Wilfredor, CC0.

Suburb
Bixiga is a neighbourhood in the center of the city of , . is situated 2 km southwest of Mirante do Vale. Photo: Dornicke, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Suburb
Pari is one of 96 districts in the city of , . is situated 2 km northeast of Mirante do Vale.

Suburb
Aclimação is a prosperous neighborhood in the central region of the city of , . is situated 3 km south of Mirante do Vale. Photo: Lukaaz, Public domain.

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