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Extreme points of Brazil

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Extreme points of Brazil

This is a list of the extreme points of Brazil.

Contents

  • Latitude and longitiude 1
    • Brazil 1.1
    • Brazil (mainland) 1.2
    • By state 1.3
      • Acre 1.3.1
      • Alagoas 1.3.2
      • Amapá 1.3.3
      • Amazonas 1.3.4
      • Bahia 1.3.5
      • Ceará 1.3.6
      • Espírito Santo 1.3.7
      • Goiás 1.3.8
      • Maranhão 1.3.9
      • Mato Grosso 1.3.10
      • Mato Grosso do Sul 1.3.11
      • Minas Gerais 1.3.12
      • Pará 1.3.13
      • Paraíba 1.3.14
      • Paraná 1.3.15
      • Pernambuco 1.3.16

Latitude and longitiude

The following points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location.

Brazil

Brazil (mainland)

By state

Acre

Alagoas

Amapá

Amazonas

Bahia

Ceará

Espírito Santo

Goiás

Maranhão

Mato Grosso

Mato Grosso do Sul

Minas Gerais

Pará

Paraíba

Paraná

Pernambuco

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