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File:Antônio Parreiras - Fundação de São Paulo, 1913.jpg

Português: Fundação de São Paulo
English: The founding of São Paulo
Date 1913
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 179 × 279.5 cm (70.5 × 110 in)
Pinacoteca Municipal de São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil
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