Mesoregion of Araraquara

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Mesoregion of
Araraquara
Mesoregion
Location of the Mesoregion of Araraquara
Location of the Mesoregion of Araraquara
Coordinates: 21°47′38″S 48°10′33″W / 21.79389°S 48.17583°W / -21.79389; -48.17583Coordinates: 21°47′38″S 48°10′33″W / 21.79389°S 48.17583°W / -21.79389; -48.17583
Country  Brazil
Region Southeast
State  São Paulo
Area
 • Total 9,451.2 km2 (3,649.1 sq mi)
Population (2010/IBGE)
 • Total 810,926
 • Density 85.80/km2 (222.2/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-3 (UTC-3)
 • Summer (DST) UTC-2 (UTC-2)
Area code(s) +55 16

The Mesoregion of Araraquara is one of the 15 mesoregions of the São Paulo state, Brazil. It is located on the center of the state, and has an area of 9,451.2 km².

The population of the mesoregion is 810,926[1] inhabitants (IBGE/2010), spread over 21 municipalities.

Municipalities[edit]

All data from IBGE/2010[1]

Microregion of Araraquara[edit]

  • Population: 502,149
  • Area (km²): 6,265.8
  • Population density (km²): 80.14

Américo Brasiliense, Araraquara, Boa Esperança do Sul, Borborema, Dobrada, Gavião Peixoto, Ibitinga, Itápolis, Matão, Motuca, Nova Europa, Rincão, Santa Lúcia, Tabatinga, Trabiju

Microregion of São Carlos[edit]

  • Population: 308,777
  • Area (km²): 3,185.4
  • Population density (km²): 96.94

Analândia, Descalvado, Dourado, Ibaté, Ribeirão Bonito, São Carlos

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2010 Census of the IBGE - Synopsis - Tables 761 and 1301" (in Portuguese). IBGE.gov.br. Retrieved 22 July 2011.