Old square of Brás, Largo da Concordia was, in the beginning of the
XIX century, the only square in the quarter. Today is, during the day, one of
the city densest places: it is close to Brás/Roosevelt station, one of
main intersections of the city transport systems. The square configures a representative
situation of the circulation system of the region, based on the east and southeast
radial axles, where train, subway and large avenues are overlapped.
In the square and adjacencies a complex structure of ambulant commerce is installed,
servicing the great amount of pedestrians, with peddlers tents occupying massively
the whole area. In the neighborhoods, there is an informal road station, for people
coming in buses to shopping in the region, mainly clothes.