Ananindeua, Pará

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Ananindeua
Municipio
The Municipality of Ananindeua
BR-316 em Ananindeua.JPG
Flag of Ananindeua
Flag
Official seal of Ananindeua
Seal
Location in the State of Pará
Location in the State of Pará
Ananindeua is located in Brazil
Ananindeua
Ananindeua
Localization in Brazil
Coordinates: 01°21′57″S 48°22′19″W / 1.36583°S 48.37194°W / -1.36583; -48.37194Coordinates: 01°21′57″S 48°22′19″W / 1.36583°S 48.37194°W / -1.36583; -48.37194
Country  Brazil
Region Northeast
State Bandeira do Pará.svg Pará
Founded January 3, 1944
Government
 • Mayor Manouel Carlos Antunes (PSDB)
Area
 • Total 185.057 km2 (71.451 sq mi)
Elevation 20 m (70 ft)
Population (2010)
 • Total 471,744
 • Density 2,549.18/km2 (6,602.3/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-3 (UTC-3)
Postal code 67000-000
Area code(s) 091
Website http://www.ananindeua.pa.gov.br/

Ananindeua (Portuguese pronunciation: [ananĩˈdewɐ]) is a city in Pará, northern Brazil. It is a part of the Metropolitan Region of Belém, and is the second most populated city in the State of Pará,[1] and the third most largest in the Amazon Region.[2] It has a population of 505.512 according the last Census, done by the Brazilian Statistic and Geography Institute (IBGE).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Belém é a 10ª cidade mais populosa do Brasil" (in Portuguese). Portal Amazônia. Retrieved 23 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "Distâncias entre Cidades - Belém - Pará" (in Portuguese). Em Sampa.com. Retrieved 23 June 2013.