Morro Agudo

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For the Brazilian municipality in the state of Goiás, see Morro Agudo de Goiás.
Morro Agudo
Municipality and town
Igreja Matriz de São José em Morro Agudo 01.jpg
Flag of Morro Agudo
Flag
Official seal of Morro Agudo
Seal
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Country  Brazil
Region Sudeste
State  São Paulo
Mesoregion Ribeirão Preto
Microregion São Joaquim da Barra
Area
 • Total 535.206 sq mi (1,386.176 km2)
Population (2010)
 • Total 29,127
 • Density 54.4/sq mi (21.01/km2)
Time zone UTC -3

Morro Agudo is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2010 is 29,127 and the area is 1,386.17 km². The elevation is 546 m. The city is biggest Brazilian sugar-cane producer.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 20°43′53″S 48°03′28″W / 20.73139°S 48.05778°W / -20.73139; -48.05778