Brazil's wealthiest city has seen the multiplication of poverty in its landscape.
Even areas once considered noble in the city, like Avenida Paulista, have been invaded by many people living on the sidewalks and squares.
Camped in tents, with canvas or cardboard shacks, or even wrapped only in old blankets, Brazilians seek shelter in the cold nights of the São Paulo state capital.
It is a common situation in other capitals, but in . . .