Campo Bom

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City of Campo Bom
Flag of City of Campo Bom
Official seal of City of Campo Bom
Nickname(s): National Capital of Shoes
Location in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Location in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Coordinates: 29°40′44″S 51°03′10″W / 29.67889°S 51.05278°W / -29.67889; -51.05278Coordinates: 29°40′44″S 51°03′10″W / 29.67889°S 51.05278°W / -29.67889; -51.05278
Country Brazil
Region South
State Rio Grande do Sul
Founded 1829
Incorporated 1959
 • Mayor Faisal Karan (PMDB)
 • Total 61 km2 (24 sq mi)
Elevation 29 m (95 ft)
Population (2011 est.)
 • Total 60 081
 • Density 978,42/km2 (253,410/sq mi)
Time zone BRT (UTC-3)
 • Summer (DST) BRST (UTC-2)

Campo Bom was colonized by "pessoal", is a town located in the valley of the Sinos River, in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

It is a city with great industrial potential in the state, is known along with Novo Hamburgo as the "national shoe capital". exports to several countries, including China, Germany and the United States.

It is one of the most developed cities throughout the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Education, health, leisure and quality of life in the city, are references in the state, Has free Internet service available to 100% of the population.

Its population in 2010 was 60,081 inhabitants.

Clube 15 de Novembro is the football (soccer) club of the city.

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