São Vicente, São Paulo

São Vicente is a coastal ceety o soothren São Paulo, Brazil. Its estimatit population in 2006 wis 329,370 inhabitants.

São Vicente
Ceety
Município da Estância
Balneária de São Vicente
Banner o São Vicente
Banner
Coat o airms o São Vicente
Coat o airms
Eik-name(s): 
bolono
Location o São Vicente
Location o São Vicente
Coordinates: 23°57′48″S 46°23′32″W / 23.96333°S 46.39222°W / -23.96333; -46.39222
Kintra Brazil
RegionSoutheast
StateSão Paulo
Govrenment
 • MayorTércio Garcia
Area
 • Total148 km2 (57 sq mi)
Elevation
6 m (20 ft)
Population
 (2007)[1]
 • Tot323,599
 • Density2,186.48/km2 (5,663/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC-3 (UTC-3)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-2 (UTC-2)
HDI (2000)0,798 – medium
WabsteidSão Vicente City

Coordinates: 23°57′48″S 46°23′32″W / 23.96333°S 46.39222°W / -23.96333; -46.39222

It was the first Portuguese permanent settlement in the Americas[2] an the first caipital o the Caiptaincy o São Vicente, nou the state o São Paulo. Established as a proper veelage in 1532 bi Martim Afonso de Sousa on wha wis then the Porto dos Escravos (port o the slaves), operatit bi three Portuguese colonists who trafficked on slaves captured bi alleed tribes, São Vicente is titled Cellula Mater (Mither Cell) o Brazil for being the first organizit toun in the kintra. The first Ceety Cooncil o aw the Americas wis democratically electit an established in São Vicente on 22 August 1532.

The day's ceety is positioned aff the island o São Vicente, being maistly a dormitory ceety for the portuary an commercial ceety o Santos, wi whom São Vicente share its island. São Vicente haes a sma fishin industry in its mainland aurie an aw.

A suspension brig linkin the island an the mainland wis first constructit in 1914. Neehbourheids include Humaitá, Parque das Bandeiras, Vila Ema an Quarentenário. São Vicente is linkit wi the Rodovia Manuel da Nóbrega.

It is the birthplace o soccer player Robinho.

Population historyEedit

Year Population Density
2003 314,312 2,123.73/km²
2004 321,474 2,172.12/km²

Internaitional relationsEedit

Twin touns — Sister ceetiesEedit

São Vicente is twinned wi:

ReferencesEedit

BibliographyEedit

  • "Do Litoral ao Planalto". História do Brasil: Área Vicentina.
  • Lawrence, Rachel (January 2010). Alyse Dar (ed.). Brazil (Seventh ed.). Apa Publications GmbH & Co. / Discovery Channel. pp. 183–204.

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