Ingá

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Ingá is one of the 48 administrative districts in which the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil is divided. It lies in the southern zone of the city, in coast of the Guanabara Bay. It is named after ingá, a Brazilian native tree whose name is of Tupi origin.

From Ingá it is possible to see some of the most famous views of Rio de Janeiro skyline and landscape.

Coordinates: 7°16′04″S 35°36′46″W / 7.26778°S 35.61278°W / -7.26778; -35.61278