The coffee culture was introduced in Brazil in the XVIII, bringing richness, recreating habits and new customs. Initially grown in Belém (northern Brazil), making its way south, reaching Rio de Janeiro and then expanding to São Paulo, where it consolidated as the base of the country’s economy in mid XIX and early XX.
The empire of the coffee farms were raised in the outskirts of São Paulo in valleys and mountains, it contributed to the appearance of new cities and the revitalizing many others. This richness speeded up the country’s development, transforming elegant mansions from coffee barons into great urban constructions, as well as, implementing traits of the European culture.

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