Tourism


GoiâniaLocated in the center of her condition, and was planned built to be the political and administrative capital of Goiás under influence of March to the West, policy developed by the government Vargas to accelerate the development and encourage the occupation of Brazilian Midwest. Suffered a rapid population growth since the 1960s, reaching one million inhabitants some sixty years after its founding.
Caldas NovasCaldas Novas is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Goiás the 2010 Census of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics showed that Caldas Novas has 69,320 inhabitants. According to the Regional Electoral Court of Goiás, in June 2011 enroll in Caldas Novas 48,242 voters or 1.19% of the electorate of Goiás.
Rio QuenteDiscovered in 1722 by Bartolomeu Bueno Son one scout that came along with his troop explore the region. The story goes that your dog, escaped from its owner and went into a river hot, scalding water, hearing the cries of the dog, Scout went to see what had happened. He soon realized that was a river of hot water. After the rest of the world heard the news, the region began to receive tourists from different parts of the world.
PirenópolisPirenópolis is a historic city, one of first in the state of Goiás was founded under the name of Our Mines Lady of the Rosary at Meia Ponte miner Portuguese Manoel Rodrigues Tomar (some historians termed it as Manoel Rodrigues Tomás).
Cidade de GoiásGoiás (also known as Cidade de Goiás Goiás or Old) is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Goiás Its estimated population in 2010 was 24,727 inhabitants according to the IBGE. The council was recognized in 2001 by UNESCO as Cultural and Historical Heritage World for its baroque architecture peculiar to their cultural traditions secular and the exuberant nature that surrounds it.
BrasíliaBrasilia is the capital city of the Republic of Brazil and seat of government of the Federal District. In census conducted Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics in 2010, its population is 2,562,963 inhabitants, and then the fourth Brazilian city more populous. Brasilia also has the second highest gross domestic product per capita of Brazil (40 696.00 reais) between the capitals.


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