Palma, Minas Gerais
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|Subdivisions:||Palma, Cineiros and Itapiruçu|
|Name of inhabitants:||palmense|
|Mayor:||Carlos Alberto Alvim de Paula (Beto Taliba)|
Palma is a city in the southern part of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Its coordinates are 21.375/°22'30" S and its longitude is 48.313/48°18'51" W. It has approximately 6,308 inhabitants and an area of 318.864 km². Its elevation is 172m above sea level.
- Itapiruçu (Tupi language origin / ITA = ROCK - RUÇU = large & sharp)
Far North = Serra do Chalé;
Far South = Serra da Pedra Bonita;
Far West = Serra do Serrote;
Far East = Pico Azul da Ventania.
- http://www.palma.mg.gov.br (in Portuguese)
- http://www.citybrazil.com.br/mg/palma/ (in Portuguese)
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