East of town

The growth of S. Paulo over the last 200 years attracted people from all over the country.

It surpassed the adequate development, creating a large number of poor, dangerous and criminal areas in and around the city center. Though there are still many areas to be avoided, S. Paulo has shown a decrease in crimes over the last 10 years.

This area, by the trains at the east end of town, has a “neighborhood” of homeless, sheltered by the walkways and turnpikes above them.

Photo: “East of town” taken Aug 2014

Dark and gloomy side of town, by the train station.
Dark and gloomy side of town, by the train station.
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brvnos

Amateur photographer, motorcycle aficionado. Will register and explain photographs I take, as a way of explaining life in my country.

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