|Coat of arms|
|Meso-region:||Paulista Macro-Metropolitan Meso-Region|
|Founded:||March 21, 1964|
|Location:||23.35/23°28'14" S, 47.69/47°44'5" W|
|Name of inhabitants or denomym:||Iperoense|
Iperó is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. Its latitude is 23.35/23°28'14" S and the longitude is 46.69/47°44'05" W. The population in 2004 was 22,390 and the area is 171.44 km². The elevation is 590 m. The Rio Sorocaba flows near Iperó and is accessed with the highway known as the SP-280.
|2004||16,030||2,354 or 12.8%||130.6/km²|
According to the 2000 IBGE Census, the population was 18,384, of which 12,649 are urban and 5,735 are rural. Its life expectancy for the city was 72.42 years. The literacy rate was at 91.8%.
A touristic point, marks the history of Fundição Ipanema.
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