Bom Jesus do Tocantins, Pará

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Coordinates: 05°03′05″S 48°36′32″W / 5.05139°S 48.60889°W / -5.05139; -48.60889

Bom Jesus do Tocantins

Bom Jesus
Municipality
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Flag of Bom Jesus do Tocantins
Flag
Official seal of Bom Jesus do Tocantins
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Nickname(s): 
Km 66
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Country Brazil
RegionNorthern
StatePará
MesoregionSudeste Paraense
Government
 • MajorSidney Moreira de Souza
Time zoneUTC -3

Bom Jesus do Tocantins is a municipality located in the Brazilian state of Pará. Its population was 13.913 (2004), and its area is 2,816.425 km². The municipality was founded on May 10, 1988, after separating from São João do Araguaia city.

The districts of Bom Jesus do Tocantins, Vila São Raimundo and Vila Carne do Sul are part of the municipality. There is an Indian reservation in the municipality, named Mãe Maria, inhabited by the Gavião people, which are the Kyikatejê and Parkatejê villages.

Gavião Kyikatejê Futebol Clube is the football club based in the city.