Madureira, Rio de Janeiro

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Parque Madureira.JPG
Madureira is located in Rio de Janeiro
Location in Rio de Janeiro
Madureira is located in Brazil
Madureira (Brazil)
Coordinates: 22°52′15″S 43°20′12″W / 22.87083°S 43.33667°W / -22.87083; -43.33667Coordinates: 22°52′15″S 43°20′12″W / 22.87083°S 43.33667°W / -22.87083; -43.33667
Country Brazil
StateRio de Janeiro (RJ)
Municipality/CityRio de Janeiro
ZoneNorth Zone

Madureira is a neighborhood in the North Zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Its population is basically middle class and lower middle-class, including some shanty towns, (favelas).

The suburb is the hub to several bus lines that reach several parts of the city of Rio de Janeiro. The suburb is famous for being home of the samba schools Portela and Império Serrano, two of the most traditional samba schools of Rio de Janeiro.

The suburb borders other suburbs such as Cascadura, Cavalcanti, Vaz Lobo, Engenheiro Leal, Turiaçu, Campinho and Oswaldo Cruz, and it has approximately 50 thousand inhabitants.



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