Pinheiros (district of São Paulo)

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This article is about the district of the city of São Paulo. For the subprefecture with the same name, see Subprefecture of Pinheiros.
Location in the city of São Paulo
Location in the city of São Paulo
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Country Brazil
State São Paulo
City São Paulo
 • Type Subprefecture
 • Subprefect Coronel Bucheroni
 • Total 8 km2 (3 sq mi)
Population (2000)
 • Total 62.997
 • Density 7.875/km2 (20.40/sq mi)
HDI 0.960 – very high
Website Subprefecture of Pinheiros

Pinheiros (Portuguese pronunciation: [pĩˈɲejɾus], “pine trees”) is a district in the subprefecture of the same name in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Prior to development, the land which this borough occupies was dominated by the dense forest which contained a Brazilian subtropical species of pine, Araucaria angustifolia, which is also the symbol of the Paraná state.

The district comprises the neighborhoods of Jardim das Bandeiras, Jardim Viana, Jardim das Rosas, Pinheiros, Vila Madalena, Sumarezinho, Jardim Europa, and Jardim Paulistano, the last two being part of the Jardins upper class region. The HDI of the borough was 0.960,[1] the second highest of the city of São Paulo.


  1. ^ Atlas for the work and development of the municipality of São Paulo, Fundação Seade, 2007 -