Kingdom of San Paulo
San Paulo
Timeline: Regnum Bueno
Preceded by 1640-1964 Succeeded by
Flag Princes of Brazil Colonial Brazil Flagsaopaulov3 San Paulo
Flagsaopaulov1 Coatofarmssanpaulo
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of San Paulo
(and largest city)
São Paulo
Other cities Paranaguá

São João del-Rei
São Vicente

  others Tupi
Religion Roman Catholic
Government Absolute monarchy (1640-1805)

Constitutional monarchy (1805-1964)

  legislature Amador I (first)

Carlos Ruy (last)

Currency Banterum

The Kingdom of San Paulo (Portuguese: Reino de São Paulo) was a monarchy on the South America and the predecessor of the actual San Paulo. It was in existence from 1640 until 1964.

After the Independence War of 1640–1644, the kingdom passed to be recognized. After the independence of Brazil, São Paulo improved its relations with the country constantly. In 1964, the king suffered a coup d'etat and became a military dictatorship.