Icapuí

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{{Infobox settlement nome oficial = Icapuí |nickname = |image_skyline = Praiaredondace.jpg |imagesize = 250px |image_caption = A beach in Icapuí. |image_flag = |image_seal = |image_map = Ceara Municip Icapui.svg |mapsize = 250px |map_caption = Location of Icapuí in Ceará |coordinates_display = inline,title |coordinates_region = BR |subdivision_type = Country |subdivision_name = Brazil |subdivision_type1 = Region |subdivision_name1 = Northeast |subdivision_type2 = State |subdivision_name2 = Ceará |leader_title = Mayor |leader_name = José Edilson da Silva (PSDB) |established_title = Founded |established_date = January 22, 1984 |area_total_km2 = 428.688 |population_as_of = 2008 |population_note = [1] |population_total = 19089 |population_density_km2 = 41.6 |timezone = AST |utc_offset = -3 |latd= 04|latm= 42|lats= 46|latNS= S |longd= 37|longm= 21|longs= 18|longEW= W |elevation_m = |elevation_ft = |blank_name = HDI (2000) |blank_info = 0.631 – medium[2] }} Icapuí is the easternmost municipality in the Brazilian state of Ceará, located in the northeast coast of the state. Known for being the first city in Brazil to perform the eradication of illiteracy.

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