Lavrinhas

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Map
Map of the state of São Paulo, Brazil pointing Lavrinhas
Coat of Arms Flag
Lavrinhas brasao.png Lavrinhas bandeira.png
Statistics
State: São Paulo
Meso-region: Vale do Paraíba Paulista
Microrregions: Guaratinguetá
Founded: 27 June 1888
Location: 22.508/22° 34' 15" S, 46.902/46° 54' 8" W
Area: 167.38 km²
Population:
Change from 2000
6,692(2004)
Ranked
up from 11.4%
Population density: 39.98/km²
Elevation: 508 m
Postal code: 12790-xxx
Area/distance code: (00)55-19-365x-xxxx
Climate: Subtropical
Name of inhabitants or denomym: Lavrinhense
Website: www.lavrinhas.sp.gov.br
Population Statistics (as of 2001)
Urban: 5,307
Rural: 701
Other
Literacy rate: 89.84%

Lavrinhas is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2004 is 6,692 and the area is 167.38 km2 (64.63 sq mi). The elevation is 508 m (1,667 ft). The state of Minas Gerais is bounded to the north.

Coat of arms[edit]

Its coat of arms has a red shield with the tag at the bottom reading Cave nam Viglio with two soldiers on each side and with three swords over three mountaintops coloured in orange.

Flag[edit]

Its flag colors are white on the left side and yellow on the right side with its coat of arms of the left. The line is not straight.

Population history[edit]

Year Population Change Density
2000 6,008 - 36/km²
2004 6,692 +684 or +11.4% 39.98 km²

External links[edit]

North: Passa-Quatro, Minas Gerais
West: Cruzeiro Lavrinha East: Queluz
South: Silveiras

Coordinates: 22°34′15″S 44°54′08″W / 22.57083°S 44.90222°W / -22.57083; -44.90222