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It doesn't make much sense to call any Brazilian city both "a town and a municipality". The way it was written, it seemed like "town" and "municipality" were two different things, or that it is possible to be a "town" or a "municipality" in Brazil. However, Brazil is officially divided in states and municipalities, so that's why I've been changing thousands of articles that were wrongly created following this formula:
"Name of the city is a town and municipality in the state of...".
The correct definition of any Brazilian city is "municipality". We have no "towns", the closest word for that would be "city", which is a generic and frequently informal term for any city in the world. Victão Lopes Fala! 02:06, 19 November 2014 (UTC)