Photographer's Note

Inaugurated in 18 of March of 1989, in the quarter of the Barra Funda, in the city of São Paulo, the Memorial of Latin America was created to spread out the Latin American manifestations of creativity and to know, always with the objective to interact cultural relations, politics, economic and social.

In an area with 84.480 m², the architect Oscar Niemeyer (100!), projected the space in top of the cultural project developed by Brazilian sociologist Darcy Ribeiro, who always defended the integration of Latin America. At the Civic Square, an open space, we find one of the biggest symbols of the Memorial, the sculpture "the Great Hand", that symbolizes the blood spilled for the Latin American peoples in the fight for the freedom. Behind, the "Salão de Atos" building.

I had already published another picture of this sculpture once.. click!

Taken at sunset time.

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