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For other uses, see Osasco (disambiguation).
Roman Catholic Diocese of Osasco; Osasco; Museu Dimitri Sensaud de Lavaud; Teatro Municipal de Osasco; Monumento do Trabalhador; Viaduto Reinaldo de Oliveira; Osasco general overview.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Osasco; Osasco; Museu Dimitri Sensaud de Lavaud; Teatro Municipal de Osasco; Monumento do Trabalhador; Viaduto Reinaldo de Oliveira; Osasco general overview.
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Motto: "Urbs labor"  (Latin)
"Work city"
Location in Brazil

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Country 23x15px Brazil
Region Southeast
State 23x15px São Paulo
Founded February 19, 1962
 • Mayor [1] (PT)
 • City 65 km2 (25 sq mi)
 • Metro 7,943.818 km2 (3,067.125 sq mi)
Elevation 760 m (2,490 ft)
Population (2008)[1]
 • City 718,643
 • Density 10,981/km2 (28,440/sq mi)
 • Metro 19,889,559
Demonym osasquense
Time zone UTC-3 (UTC-3)
 • Summer (DST) UTC-2 (UTC-2)
Postal Code (CEP) 06000-000
Area code(s) +55 11
HDI (2000) 0.818–high[2]
Website Osasco, São Paulo

Osasco (Portuguese pronunciation: [oˈzasku]) is a municipality in São Paulo State, Brazil, is located in the Greater São Paulo[3] and ranking 5th in population among São Paulo municipalities. The current mayor is Antonio Jorge Pereira Lapas (PT). The population in 2008 was 713,066, the density is 10,970/km² and the total area is 65 km². It is among the world's more dense cities, similar in density to Tokyo and New York City. It's considered the major urban centre of the Western portion of the Greater São Paulo. It used to be a district of São Paulo City until February 19, 1962, when Osasco became a municipality of its own. In 1989 the city became the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Osasco.


Pre-Columbian era

The region that is now Osasco was inhabited by indigenous Tupi-Guaraní people.

Colonial Brazil

Bandeirantes lived in the region that is now Osasco, then called "vila de Quitaúna". The famous "bandeirante" Antonio Raposo Tavares lived there.

Early modern period

Osasco Station in 1910
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Antônio Giuseppe Agù
Sensaud de Lavaud in his Fixed-wing aircraft in Osasco.

Osasco was founded, in the 19th century, by the Italian immigrant Antonio Agù (currently the name of one of the main streets in Osasco). He came from the commune Osasco in the province of Turin.To Help of the Baron Dimitri Sensaud de Lavaud. Osasco is said to be the place of the first heavier-than-air flight in Latin America. Immigrants from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Ireland, Armenia (Trade), Lebanon (Trade), Israel (Trade) and Japan (Rural) came to Osasco in the period.


Osasco became autonomous from the city of São Paulo on February 19, 1962.

Some widely known events after the autonomy

Strike of the Cobrasma factory (1968), explosion of the Osasco Plaza Shopping (1996).


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View of downtown Osasco

Osasco was an industrial city, but there was industrial decentralization to other regions and today the city is moving toward the shopping and services. Osasco is headquarters of Bradesco the third largest bank in Brazil. Currently there are large companies with a presence as Natura, Coca-Cola, Carrefour, Wal-Mart, Colgate-Palmolive and many others. Osasco is the tenth richest city in the country. GDP of Osasco: R$ 30 024 366,200 mil.[4]

Main Companies

Market city

Shopping Malls

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Super Shopping Osasco
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Shopping União de Osasco
Osasco Plaza Shopping
  • Shopping União de Osasco
  • Osasco Plaza Shopping
  • Super Shopping Osasco
  • Americanas Shopping
  • Shopping Galeria
  • Fantasy Shopping


Caixa Bank

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Osasco City


Sports clubs

Sports competitions

  • Racing of Saint Antônio
  • University games
  • Racing and walk – Marketing Sports
  • Osasco went prime city make Circuito Running for Nature, racing and walk (SportsFuse).


Is an average elevation of 792 meters and 65 km² of area. [5] Its boundaries are São Paulo to the north, east and south, Cotia to the southwest, Carapicuíba and Barueri to the west and Santana de Parnaíba to the northwest.

Center of Osasco


As in almost all the metropolitan area of São Paulo, the climate is subtropical, specifically humid subtropical. Little hot summer and rainy mild winter and categories. The average annual temperature is around 18 °C, being the month of July the coldest (average 12 °C) and warmest February (average 30 °C). The annual rainfall is around 1400 mm.[6]

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Average max. and min. temperatures in °C
Precipitation totals in mm
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Osasco ranks 5th among São Paulo municipalities by population, with 718,643 residents as of 2008. The city also plays an important role in the state's industry, education and media, hosting prominent schools, universities and TV stations. <div class="thumb tnone" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right:auto; width:99%; max-width:Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "[".px;">

Panorama of Osasco.


Elevation demography in Osasco
  • Total: 652.593 inhabitants, 2000.
    • Urban: 652.593
    • Rural: 0
  • Demographic density (hab./km²): 10,055

(Source: IPEA data)

Changing demographics of the city of Osasco


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Source: IBAM


Ethnic groups Percent
White 66.3%
Black 4.5%
Pardo (Brown) 27.5%
Asian 0.8%
Amerindian 0.2%

Source: IBGE


Main article: Religion in Brazil
Religion Percentage Number
Catholic 64.75% 422.553
Protestant 20.54% 134.042
No religion 9.33% 60.886
Kardecist 0.90% 5.873
Buddhist 0.23% 1.500
Jewish 0.04% 261

Source: IBGE 2000


Main Neighborhoods

Osasco, southern view. Neighborhoods of Bela Vista and Vila Yara in the rear
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Cidade de Deus Neighborhood
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Umuarama Neighborhood
Bela Vista Neighborhood
Centre of Osasco, the city's commercial center and home to the "Calçadão" (Great Sidewalk), one of the largest popular commerce centers in the world.
Vila Yara Neighborhood, Osasco's economic and monetary center
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Industrial Altino Neighborhood


Osasco due to its proximity to São Paulo, has a transit similar to the state capital, that is one of the more you carry the world. In the city can be found means of road and rail.

Main Streets


It is linked by CPTM rapid transit to São Paulo by the 8 and 9 [8] train lines.


Road Castelo Branco in Osasco

Roads of Osasco:

Airports of São Paulo

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Campo de Marte Airport

São Paulo has two main airports:

Companies of bus

  • Viação Osasco
  • Auto Viação Urubupungá

Bus station

  • Terminus Amador Aguiar (Vila Yara)
  • Terminus Largo de Osasco
  • Bus station of Osasco





  • Nova Difusora 1540 AM e;
  • Rádio Iguatemi AM.
  • Radio Terra FM.
  • Osascoradioweb




Mayors of Osasco:


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Fundação Bradesco
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College Marechal Bittencout

Colleges and universities

  • Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Industrial (Escola Senai Nadir Dias de Figueredo)CFP 1.19
  • Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Comercial (SENAC)
  • Faculdade de Ciências da Fundação Instituto Tecnológico de Osasco (Fac-FITO)
  • Fundação Instituto Tecnológico de Osasco (FITO)
  • Faculdade Integração Zona Oeste (Fizo)- Anhanguera
  • Universidade Bandeirante de São Paulo
  • Centro Universitário FIEO – UNIFIEO
  • Faculdade Fernão Dias
  • Faculdade FIPEN
  • São Paulo State Technological College ( FATEC )
  • Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  • Juventude Cívica de Osasco (JUCO)
  • Associação Bethel (Colégio Presbiteriano)
  • Centro Educacional Universal Star – Céus
  • Centro de Educação Profissional BIT Company
  • Centro Educacional Desafio
  • Centro Educacional Prestes Maia
  • Colégio Adventista de Vila Yara
  • Colégio Albert Einstein
  • Colégio Amauri Marques de Azevedo
  • Colégio Anglo – Leonardo DaVinci
  • Colégio Aplicação I
  • Colégio Ateneu
  • Colégio Cecília Meireles
  • Colégio CEP – Augusto Laranja
  • Colégio Chip de 2º Grau Técnico
  • Colégio COC Vila Yara
  • Colégio Cunha Carvalho – Curumim
  • Colégio e Cursino Desafio
  • Colégio Fernão Dias Paes
  • Colégio Família Stella
  • Colégio Gênesis Happy
  • Colégio Gênesis Life
  • Colégio Integrado de Osasco – Objetivo
  • Colégio Limãozinho
  • Colégio Manoel Moratto
  • Colégio Nossa Senhora Da Misericódia
  • Colégio Nossa Senhora dos Remédios
  • Colégio Haya
  • Colégio Padrão Universal
  • Colégio Padre Anchieta
  • Colégio Papa Mike
  • Colégio Peres
  • Colégio Presbiteriano
  • Colégio Prisma
  • Colégio Papa Mike
  • Colégio São Francisco
  • Colégio São Francisco de Assis Polina
  • Colégio São Gabriel Shekinah
  • Colégio Seta
  • Colégio Vida
  • Creche Alzira Silva Medeiros
  • ETB Transforma ( escola técnica )
  • ETEC Professor André Bogasian
  • ETEC Osasco II
  • Escola Cruzeiro do Sul
  • Escola Exodus
  • Escola de Educação Infantil João de Barro
  • Escola de Recreação Fandango
  • Escola Estadual Alice Velho Teixeira
  • Escola Estadual Antônio de Almeida Júnior
  • Escola Estadual Antônio Carlos da Trindade
  • Escola Estadual Antônio Raposo Tavares – CENEART
  • Escola Estadual Coronel Antônio Paiva de Sampaio
  • Escola Estadual Deputado Guilherme de Oliveira Gomes
  • Escola Estadual Doutor Américo Marco Antônio
  • Escola Estadual Doutor Antônio Braz Gambarini
  • Escola Estadual Doutor Aureliano Leite
  • Escola Estadual Doutor Luiz Lustosa da Silva
  • Escola Estadual Educador Paulo Freire
  • Escola Estadual Francisco Matarazzo Sobrinho
  • Escola Estadual Glória Azedia Bonetti
  • Escola Estadual Graciliano Ramos
  • Escola Estadual Irmã Gabriela Maria Elisabeth Wienkem
  • Escola Estadual José Geraldo Vieira
  • Escola Estadual José Liberatti
  • Escola Estadual Júlia Lopes de Almeida
  • Escola Estadual Leonardo Vilas Boas
  • Escola Estadual Major Telmo Coelho Filho
  • Escola Estadual Professor Alcyr Oliveira Porciuncula
  • Escola Estadual Professor Anézio Cabral
  • Escola Estadual Professor Armando Gaban
  • Escola Estadual Professor Benedicto Caldeira
  • Escola Estadual Professor Claudinei Garcia
  • Escola Estadual Professor Eloi Lacerda
  • Escola Estadual Professor Ernesto Thenn de Barros
  • Escola Estadual Professor Fernando Buonaduce
  • Escola Estadual Professor Francisco Casabona
  • Escola Estadual Professor Gastão Ramos
  • Escola Estadual Professor Horácio Quaglio
  • Escola Estadual Professor João Baptista de Brito
  • Escola Estadual Professor José Edson Martins Gomes
  • Escola Estadual Professor José Jorge
  • Escola Estadual Professor José Ribeiro de Souza
  • Escola Estadual Professor José Maria Rodrigues Leite (Campesina)
  • Escola Estadual Professor Josué Benedicto Mendes
  • Escola Estadual Professor Newton Espírito Santo Ayres
  • Escola Estadual Professor Oguiomar Ruggeri
  • Escola Estadual Professor Orlando Geríbola
  • Escola Estadual Professor Vicente Peixoto
  • Escola Estadual Professora Fanny Monzoni Santos
  • Escola Estadual Professora Francisca Lisboa Peralta
  • Escola Estadual Professora Glória Azedia Bonetti
  • Escola Estadual Professora Heloisa de Assumpção
  • Escola Estadual Professora Lucy Anna Carrozo Latorre
  • Escola Estadual Professora Maria Augusta Siqueira
  • Escola Estadual Professora Neuza de Oliveira Previde
  • Escola Estadual Rosa Bonfiglioli
  • Escola Estadual São Paulo da Cruz
  • Escola Estadual Tarsila do Amaral
  • Escola Estadual Vicente Peixoto
  • Escola Estadual Walter Negrelli
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Benedito Alves Turíbio
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Doutor Francisco Manuel Lumbrales Sá Carneiro
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Escultor Victor Brecheret
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Irmã Tecla Merlo
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental João Campestrini
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental João Guimarães Rosa
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Professor Laerte José dos Santos
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Professor Manoel Tertuliano Cerqueira
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Professor Olavo Antônio Barbosa Spinola
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Quintino Bocaiúva
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Tobias Barreto de menezes
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Alice Manholer Piteri
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Esmeralda Ferreira Simões Nóbrega
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Estevão Brett
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Gertrudes de Rossi
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Ignês Collino
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Oswaldo Salles Nemer
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Professor Alípio Pereira Santos
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil Senador José Ermírio Moraes
  • Escola Municipal de Ensino Infantil e Fundamental Hélio Aparecido da Silva
  • Fundação Bradesco (Cidade de Deus)
  • Insituto Educacional Ebenézer
  • Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais Anísio Teixeira (INEP)
  • Instituto São Pio X
  • Colégio SESI 046
  • Colégio SESI 064
  • Sesi Jd Roberto 425


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Teatro Municipal de Osasco
Centro de Eventos Pedro Bortolosso
Espaço Cultural Grande Otello
Casa do Violeiro de Brasil



Spaces of culture

  • Centro de Eventos Pedro Bortolosso


Scholls of educational in culture

  • Escola de Artes César Antonio Salvi

House of events the culture

  • Casa de Angola
  • Casa do Violeiro do Brasil

Leisure and natural environment

Chico Mendes Park
  • Parque Ecológico Nelson Vilha Dias
  • Parque Municipal Dionísio Alvares Mateos
  • Parque Municipal Chico Mendes
  • Parque Clóvis Assaf
  • Park of Lazer Antônio Temporim
  • Parque Ecológico Jardim Piratininga



  • AACD Associação de Assistência à Criança Deficiente
  • Hospital Cruzeiro do Sul
  • Hospital e Maternidade Amador Aguiar
  • Hospital e Maternidade João Paulo II
  • Hospital Montreal S/A
  • Hospital Municipal Antônio Gíglio
  • Hospital Dr. Vivaldo Martins Simões ( Regional )
  • Hospital e Maternidade Sino Brasileiro

Notable Osasquenses

Cristiane Rozeira de Souza Silva, football player
  • Adriana Nascimento, actress
  • André Lima Pedro, football player
  • Antonio Agù, founder
  • Bruno Caboclo, basketball player
  • Cristiane Rozeira de Souza Silva, football player
  • Cristiano Lima da Silva, football player
  • Eduardo Marques de Jesus Passos, football player
  • Eduardo Rodrigues, TV Encyclopedia/Gentleman/Squared Gol preparator
  • Fábio de Toledo Pereira, notable Computer Scientist
  • Guitom Santa Cruz, musician
  • Hirant Sanazar, politician
  • Igor Nascimento Soares, football player
  • Jair da Costa, football player
  • José Bonifácio de Oliveira Sobrinho, businessman
  • Júlio Santos, football player
  • Júlio Terceiro, football player
  • Kléber Giacomance de Souza Freitas, football player
  • Manoel Leão, journalist
  • Paulinho Kobayashi, football player
  • Silas Bortolosso, politician
  • Silvio Pereira, sociologist
  • Sônia Lima, actress
  • Vágner Benazzi, football player
  • Vítor Maldonado Lionize, legendary prosecutor
  • Zezeh Barbosa, actress
  • Natalia Nascimento, Youth Ambassador

Sister cities


  • SANAZAR, Hirant. Osasco – Sua história, sua gente: Osasco, ed. do author, 2003.
  • FAVARÃO, Mazé (apres.). Osasco conta sua história através dos bairros: Osasco, Secretaria de Educação, 2007.
  • METROVICHE, Eduardo (org.). Osasco – Um século de fotografia: Osasco, Maxprint Editora, 2007.

See also


  1. ^ "Estimativas – Contagem da População 2008". IBGE. Retrieved 2008-07-11. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Índice de Desenvolvimento Humano — Municipal, 1991 e 2000". 2000. Retrieved 2010-04-17. 
  3. ^ Divisão Territorial do Brasil
  4. ^ "IBGE".
  5. ^ "IBGE".
  6. ^ Osasco – SP.
  7. ^ "INMET – Climatologia – Gráficos Climatológicos". 
  8. ^ "CPTM lines". CPTM (Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos). Retrieved 2008-12-12. 

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