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Baixada Santista

Baixada Santista is a metropolitan area located on the coast of São Paulo state in Brazil, with a population of 1.7 million. Its most populous city is Santos.[1]

List of municipalities

Administrative division Area (km²)[2] Population 2000 Census[2] Population (2010 Census)[2]
Bertioga 492 30,039 47,572
Cubatão 142 108,309 118,797
Guarujá 143 264,812 290,607
Itanhaém 599 71,995 87,053
Mongaguá 143 35,098 46,310
Peruíbe 175 51,451 59,793
Praia Grande 149 193,582 260,769
Santos 280.3 417,983 419.757
São Vicente 148 303,551 332,424
Baixada Santista (Metropolitan Santos) 2,271.3 1,476,820 1,663,085

References

  1. ^ "Baixada Santista metropolitan area profile". Global Cities Initiative.  
  2. ^ a b c http://www.ibge.gov.br/home/estatistica/populacao/censo2010/tabelas_pdf/total_populacao_sao_paulo.pdf IBGE Census 2010

External links

  • Agência Metropolitana da Baixada Santista


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