|State:||Rio Grande do Sul|
|Meso-region:||Westcentral Rio Grande do Sul
(Centro Ocidental Rio-Grandense)
|Founded:||December 21, 1928|
|Location:||29.078/29° 4' 50" S lat.
53.836/53° 50' 9" W long.
|Population (IBGE 2010):
Tupanciretã is a municipality of the western part of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Its area is 2,253.1 km² and its population was 25,281 in 2010 (IBGE). Its elevation is at 465 m. The origin of the name comes from the Tupi language. It is located west of the state capital of Porto Alegre and northeast of Alegrete. Its nickname is "Tupã".
Tupanciretã has a school or a collegiate, churches and a few squares and parks.
- http://www.citybrazil.com.br/rs/tupancireta/ (Portuguese)
- Anthem of the municipality of Tupanciretã
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