Brazil-Destinations-Boa-Vista

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Boa Vista is a municipality and capital of the state of Roraima, North of the country. Concentrating
about two­thirds of the inhabitants of the state, is located on the right bank of the White River. Its
population, according to estimates by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), was
314,900 inhabitants in 2014. It is the seat of the Metropolitan Region of Boa Vista, in addition to being
the northernmost state capital in Brazil and the only fully localized north of the equator and the far
Brasilia, the federal capital, and deSão Paulo, the main city in the country.
Modern, Boa Vista stands out by organized urban layout radially, planned for the period between
1944 and 1946 by civil engineer Darcy Aleixo Derenusson, resembling a fan, alluding to the streets of
Paris, France
It was founded in the nineteenth century, in 1830, by Captain Ignacio Lopez de Magalhães.
Originated from one of the numerous cattle ranches located along rivers that make up the White River
basin under the jurisdiction of the then village of “São José da Barra do Rio Negro,” current Manaus.
In 1858 the village was elevated to parish category under the name of Our Rio Branco Lady of Mount
Carmel parish and July 9, 1890 the parish was elevated to a town, the seat of a new county called
Boa Vista do Rio Branco, created by the governor of Amazonas province, Augusto Ximeno Villeroy.
The municipal area of ​​Boa Vista village was spun off from the ancient Amazonian city of Moura.
In the Second World War, in 1943, it became the capital of the newly created Federal Territory of Rio
Branco and experienced its growth spurt due to mining. The then Federal Territory of Rio Branco,
which in 1962 was renamed the Federal Territory of Roraima, was elevated to the state with the same
name “Roraima” by the Constitution of 1988. Later the mining machinery was prohibited (for too much
damage to nature), which damaged the economiaestadual and municipal.
When the city belonged to Amazon, the municipal territory occupied part of the area corresponding to
the present state of Roraima, and the southern part of the State member of the municipality of Moura.
It was later divided into two municipalities, with the emergence of Catrimani (which was never
installed). Other municipalities were being emancipated and Boa Vista came to occupy its current
territory.
Boa Vista is located in the central­eastern portion of the state, the micro­Boa Vista, middle region of northern
Roraima.
With an area of 5117.9 square kilometers (corresponding to 2.54% of the state), borders on Pacaraima north,
Normandy northeast, Bonfim east, south­east Cornwall, Mucajaí the southwest, west and Alto Alegre Amajari
northwest.
1447.35 square kilometers of the city (which corresponds to 25.33% of the total territory). Are indigenous areas
Boa Vista guard small towns of character, the most important commercial area is located in the town center
serving all of it, unlike what happens in large urban centers, places where there are usually a commercial hub
for each neighborhood.
Industries ­ especially soap, soft drinks and rice ­ are mainly located in the Industrial District Governor Aquilino
Mota Durte.
The culture in Boa Vista is predominantly indigenous and Northeastern.
This predominance goes from the musical tastes (the dance is the most listened gender) to the craft.
However, there are cultural centers, typical of large cities of the country, around the city, for private and public
initiatives; MPB a core of, for example, is in Taumanam Rim night. Another rock core eheavy metal is in the
Social Service of Commerce (SESC) ­ Roraima, where monthly occurs Rock Space SESC, bringing together
local bands and covers.
Tourism is even more frequent inside (ecotourism), but in the capital Boa Vista it starts to develop.
Boa Vista has gained hundreds of tourist signs plates. Also they are being implemented plans for city squares
and avenues with your best options. The license plate follows international standards.
Among the sights are the following:
Taumanan edge: space on the White River with coffee shops, restaurants, places to walk and rest every night
successes of the MPB are played live free. It is quite florida, ventilated and has a magnificent view of the White
River.
Multisport Complex Ayrton Senna: occupies several blocks, has coffee shops, playgrounds, detênis courts,
indoor soccer, beach soccer, beach volleyball, basketball and other sports.
Square of the Waters: owned and source waters with different shades of color that react to the tune of music
that touches included speakers below banks (attached to Ayrton Senna Sports Complex), but due to the
constant theft of equipment and lack of maintenance, this system no longer exists, leaving currently only
sources with standing water.
Millennium Portal: monument located in the Water Plaza built at the end of 1999, is a beautiful monument and
attracts many people.
Craft Centre, Tourism and Income Generation Velia Coutinho: a place to honor and buy the Roraimense crafts
(including indigenous), very beautiful and well maintained, the Tourist Complex also has a space for concerts
and all night offers free classes gym. It also has restaurants and eateries (annexed to the Water Square).
Square of Arts: part of the Ene Garcez Avenue Squares complex, gathers spaces for marketing regional foods,
craft sale, stage for concerts and children’s play.
Civic Centre Square, “the heart of the city,” “the center of the center”. It has many trees and several
shopping kiosks.
Monument to the Miner: made in tribute to the miners who developed Roraima at the time that the
mining machinery was allowed in the state. It is located at the Civic Center Plaza, where he built the
first landing strip of the city.
Cathedral Christ the Redeemer: it has a modern architecture, one of the main religious temples of the
city.
Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel: the first state church, which has been restored.
Palace of Culture Nene Macaggi: beautiful and rich in culture, there is the main and largest state
public library.
Olympic Village: The Olympic Village is a strategic point around. With gyms, courts of various sports
such as athletics and soccer, is one of the most modern in the region and is open to the public with
free lessons.
Gym Totozão: main gym of the state, has a sports field, big bleachers, pool and football field.
Anauá Park: largest park of Brazil’s Northern Region, has a modern covered space for concerts, most
BMX Lane North, a go­kart track, amphitheater, Integrated Museum of Roraima, playgrounds, public
water park (abandoned) space for model airplanes, restaurants, coffee shops, a lake, fountains and a
garden.

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