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Santa Cecília, São Paulo
Santa Cecília is a district in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Santa Cecilia is a district in central region of São Paulo
São Paulo
city. It covers the neighbourhoods of Campos Elísios, Santa Cecília, Várzea da Barra Funda (Lower Barra Funda). Some of the important places and attractions of Santa Cecilia include: Santa Cecilia Subway Station, Maceió Square, Princess Isabel and Julio Prestes Parks/Plazas. Santa Cecilia was once a wealthy area of São Paulo, but now has many decaying buildings and areas, but recently has seen an increase in development. It contains a major shopping centre and also one of the last favelas in the central region of São Paulo
São Paulo
between two train lines. Santa Cecilia is served by Line 3 (Red)Metro de São Paulo, stations Barra Funda, Maceió and Santa Cecilia
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São Paulo
São Paulo
São Paulo
(/ˌsaʊ ˈpaʊloʊ/; Portuguese pronunciation: [sɐ̃w ˈpawlu] ( listen)) is a municipality in the southeast region of Brazil. The metropolis is an alpha global city (as listed by the GaWC) and the most populous city in Brazil, the Western Hemisphere
Western Hemisphere
and the Southern Hemisphere. The municipality is also the Earth's 13th largest city proper by population. The city is the capital of the surrounding state of São Paulo, one of 26 constituent states of the republic. It is the most populous and wealthiest city in Brazil. It exerts strong international influences in commerce, finance, arts and entertainment.[7] The name of the city honors the Apostle, Saint Paul of Tarsus
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Iguatemi (district Of São Paulo)
Iguatemi is a district in the subprefecture of São Mateus in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. The area where the district is located, until the end of the 1960s, was composed of sites and farms and was known as Guabirobeira and Mall. The first lots were Villa Eugenie, Jardim São Gonçalo, Garden Roseli Marilú & Garden (opened in 1965) followed by others in the 1970s. The district's population is estimated at about 115,000 inhabitants and is predominantly mestizo. It is a neighborhood made up of citizens originating in northeastern Brazil, from Spain, from Japan, mostly industrial workers in the region of Mooca, Ipiranga and ABC. There are also some descendants of Japanese and Lebanese who excel in the trade. The district will be serviced in the near future by a monorail system. References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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Cidade Ademar (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°40′12″S 46°39′27″W / 23.6701°S 46.6574°W / -23.6701; -46.6574Cidade Ademar District
District
of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture Cidade AdemarArea • Total 12.00 km2 (4.63 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 266,681 • Density 22,223/km2 (57,560/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Cidade AdemarCidade Ademar is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo
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Cidade Dutra
Cidade Dutra
Cidade Dutra
is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] Neighborhoods of Cidade Dutra[edit]Chácara Meyer Chácara Monte Sol Cidade Dutra Conjunto Residencial Salvador Tolezani Granja Nossa Senhora Aparecida Jardim Alpino Jardim Amélia Jardim Ana Lúcia Jardim Angelina Jardim Beatriz Jardim Bichinhos Jardim Bonito Jardim Clipper Jardim Colonial Jardim Cristal Jardim Cruzeiro Jardim das Camélias Jardim das Imbuias Jardim das Praias Jardim do Alto Jardim Edilene Jardim Edith Jardim Floresta Jardim Graúna Jardim Guanabara Jardim Gua
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Cidade Líder
Coordinates: 23°33′28″S 46°28′28″W / 23.5578°S 46.4744°W / -23.5578; -46.4744Cidade LíderDistrict of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture ItaqueraArea • Total 10.20 km2 (3.94 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 126,597 • Density 12,411/km2 (32,140/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Itaquera Cidade Líder
Cidade Líder
is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo
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Cidade Tiradentes (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°37′05″S 46°24′25″W / 23.6181°S 46.407°W / -23.6181; -46.407 This article is about the district of the city of São Paulo. For the subprefecture with the same name, see Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Cidade Tiradentes.Cidade Tiradentes District
District
of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture Cidade TiradentesArea • Total 15.00 km2 (5.79 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 211,501 • Density 14,100/km2 (37,000/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Cidade TiradentesCidade Tiradentes is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo
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Consolação (district Of São Paulo)
Consolação may refer to: Consolação (district of São Paulo) Consolação (São Paulo Metro) Consolação, Minas Gerais Consolação, Rio de JaneiroThis disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the inten
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Cursino
Coordinates: 23°36′10″S 46°37′33″W / 23.6028°S 46.6257°W / -23.6028; -46.6257CursinoDistrict of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture IpirangaArea • Total 12.80 km2 (4.94 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 109,088 • Density 8,523/km2 (22,070/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Ipiranga Cursino
Cursino
is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo. Archived from the original on 4 February 2015
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Ermelino Matarazzo (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°29′19″S 46°28′05″W / 23.4887°S 46.468°W / -23.4887; -46.468Ermelino Matarazzo District
District
of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture Ermelino MatarazzoArea • Total 8.70 km2 (3.36 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 113,615 • Density 13,059/km2 (33,820/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Ermelino MatarazzoErmelino Matarazzo is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo
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Freguesia Do Ó
Coordinates: 23°30′06″S 46°41′55″W / 23.5016°S 46.6986°W / -23.5016; -46.6986Freguesia do ÓDistrict of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture Freguesia BrasilândiaArea • Total 10.50 km2 (4.05 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 142,327 • Density 13,555/km2 (35,110/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Freguesia Brasilândia Freguesia do Ó
Freguesia do Ó
is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo
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Grajaú (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°46′26″S 46°40′09″W / 23.7738°S 46.6693°W / -23.7738; -46.6693GrajaúDistrict of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture Capela do SocorroArea • Total 92.00 km2 (35.52 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 360,787 • Density 3,922/km2 (10,160/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Capela do SocorroGrajaú is one of 96 distr
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Guaianases (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°34′24″S 46°24′30″W / 23.5732°S 46.4084°W / -23.5732; -46.4084 This article is about the district of the city of São Paulo. For the subprefecture with the same name, see Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of Guaianases.Guaianases District
District
of the city of São PauloCountry  BrazilState São PauloMunicipality São PauloSubprefecture GuaianasesArea • Total 8.60 km2 (3.32 sq mi)Population (2010) • Total 164,512 • Density 17,882/km2 (46,310/sq mi)Website Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of GuaianasesGuaianases is one of 96 districts in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] References[edit]^ "Dados Demográficos dos Distritos pertencentes as Subprefeituras". prefeitura.sp.gov.br (in Portuguese). City of São Paulo. Archived from the original on 4 February 2015
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Ipiranga (district Of São Paulo)
Coordinates: 23°35′29″S 46°36′28″W / 23.59139°S 46.60778°W / -23.59139; -46.60778IpirangaLocation in the city of São PauloA view of Paulista Museum in the Ipiranga district, crowded in celebration of Brazilian Independence DayCountry BrazilState São PauloCity São PauloGovernment • Type Subprefecture • Subprefect Danilo Antão FernandesPopulation (2000) • Total 98.863HDI 0.883 –highWebsite Subprefecture
Subprefecture
of IpirangaIpiranga (Portuguese pronunciation: [ipiˈɾɐ̃ɡa], from the Tupi (y, river; pirang, red) for "red river") is an historical district located in the subprefecture of the same name of São Paulo, Brazil.[1] The name Ipiranga comes from the river (which now is a brook) of the same name located in the region, which means "red river" in a Tupí–Guaraní language
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Carrão (district Of São Paulo)
Carrão (Portuguese pronunciation: [kaˈʁɐ̃w̃]) is an administrative district of the São Paulo, with 75,000 residents as of 2005. It belongs to the Aricanduva sub-prefecture. Carrão is located about 13 km east of the city's center. It is named after João José da Silva Carrão, a prominent public figure who owned most of the district's area at the end of the 19th century.[1]Contents1 History1.1 Colonial period 1.2 Imperial period 1.3 Promotion to district2 Curiosities 3 External links 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] Colonial period[edit] In the 16th century, the area of the present district was crossed by the trail connecting the Indian villages of Piratininga and Biacica or Imbiacica (now Itaim Paulista, Vila Curuçá
Vila Curuçá
and part of Jardim Helena). That trail was also used by the early colonial explorers (bandeirantes)
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Itaim Bibi (district Of São Paulo)
Itaim Bibi
Itaim Bibi
is a district in the subprefecture of Pinheiros in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It includes in its area a neighbourhood of the same name. Google
Google
São Paulo
São Paulo
has its offices in the area.[1] References[edit]^ " Google
Google
locations." Google. Retrieved on May 25, 2016. " Google
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