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Rio Branco (Portuguese for "White River") is the capital city of the Brazilian state of Acre.
Rio Branco or Río Branco may also refer to:
- José Paranhos, Viscount of Rio Branco (1819–1880), Brazilian statesman, journalist, diplomat, politician and educator
- José Paranhos, Baron of Rio Branco (1845–1912), Brazilian diplomat, lawyer, professor, politician and historian
- Río Branco, Uruguay, a city in the department of Cerro Largo, Uruguay
- The former name of the Brazilian territory, and later state, of Roraima
- Visconde do Rio Branco, a city located in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais
- Rio Branco, Rio Grande do Sul, a neighbourhood in Porto Alegre, Brazil
- Branco River, a river known in Brazil as Rio Branco
- Avenida Rio Branco, a major street in central Rio de Janeiro
- Rio Branco Football Club, a Brazilian football team from Rio Branco, Acre
- Rio Branco de Andradas Futebol Clube, a Brazilian football team from Andradas, Minas Gerais
- Rio Branco Esporte Clube, a Brazilian football team from Americana, São Paulo
- Rio Branco Atlético Clube, a Brazilian football team from Cariacica, Espírito Santo
- Clube Esportivo Rio Branco, a Brazilian football team from Campos dos Goytacazes, Rio de Janeiro
- Rio Branco Sport Club, a Brazilian football club from Paranaguá, Paraná
- Copa Río Branco, a national football team's competition between Brazil and Uruguay
- Instituto Rio Branco, Brazil's diplomatic academy
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