São Nicolau, Rio Grande do Sul

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Map of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil highlighting São Nicolau
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State: Rio Grande do Sul
Meso-region: Northwestern Rio Grande do Sul
(Noroeste Rio-Grandense)
Micro-Region: Santo Ângelo
Founded: November 23, 1965
Location: 28.0328/28° 1' 58" S lat.
56.68/56° 16' 1" W long.
Area: 1,714.239 km²-->
Population (2003):
- Total
- Change
- Density

6,146
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Elevation: - m
Postal code: 97870-xxx

São Nicolau (Portuguese meaning Saint Nicholas) is a municipality of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Its area is 485.3 km² and its population was 6,146 in 2003. It is located 562 km west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, northeast of Alegrete.

The municipality contains the Uruguay River, which forms a border with Argentina.

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São Nicolau has a school or a collegiate, churches and a few squares and parks.

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