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The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

The building, next to the main entrance of Parque da Bela Vista, is an excellent architectural restoration of the former farms that gave rise to the Park. The space is large, with generous ceilings, with the mezzanine peering into the simple, unassuming room, where the bare stone details bear witness to time. The large windows open on one side and the other, inviting you to discover the two terrace spaces that complete the room's capacity and surround the park, with a 500m² sharing felt with each eye.

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