Marco Zero (Zero Milestone) is a geographic monument in downtown São Paulo. In 1934, the marble milestone was installed in front of the São Paulo Cathedral on the Praça da Sé to symbolize the center of the city. The sculpture is a both a tourist attraction and a central point of reference for street numbers in the city. Marco Zero has been registered for historic preservation since 2007.
São Paulo Cathedral
Massive 20th-century cathedral with soaring gothic-style architecture & a Renaissance-style dome.
Pateo do Collegio
Site where São Paulo's original Jesuit mission was erected in 1554, with 1896 replica of its chapel.
Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption
Ornate historic church, masses with Gregorian chant and a monastery with its own bakery.