Manaus

The Manaus

Manaus, city and river port, capital of the Amazonstados (state), in the northwest of Brazil. The capital of the Amazon, Manaus is Brazil's largest state and an urban center surrounded by the world's largest tropical forests. s_span class="mw-headline" id="History">History[edit] "Manaus The Jungle City" (Portuguese pronunciation:[m??naws] or[m?

?naw?]), before 1939 still known as Manaós and formerly Barra do Rio Negro, is the capitol of the state Amazonas in the north of Brazil.... It is the most densely populated town in both the state of Amazonas [2] and the Amazon rain forest, with more than 2 million inhabitants.

Manaus, the biggest town in the north of Brazil, covers an area of 11,401 km2 with a total concentration of 158. This is the neighbouring town of Presidente Figueiredo, Careiro, Iranduba, Rio Preto da Eva, Itacoatiara and Novo Airão. In spite of its location on the Amazon, Manaus is tightly populated and has few parks in the town.

Biggest lawns are: Situated in the center-south of the town, the Mindu Park area Park 10. Founded in 1989, Mindú Park is one of the biggest and most frequented park in the town. The Bilhares Park, founded in 2005, is situated in the south-central Manaus area, near the plateau.

Region of the Aleixo verdant hillside, established in the 1980' s, to the eastern part of the town and one of the biggest municipal parks. The Sumaúma State park is a state garden in the northern part of Manaus, in the New Town area. This is the smallest state parc of the Brazilian Amazon basin.

INPA (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia - National Institute for Amazon Research) manages the reserve. After São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Brasilia, Fortaleza and Belo Horizonte, Manaus is the 7th biggest Brazilian town. The majority of the inhabitants are in the north and east of the town, and the new town (northern part) is the most populated quarter with more than 260,000 inhabitants.

Though it was built along a predominantly Latin Catholics welfare system, there are still tens of different confessions in the town, both because of colonisation and migration - even today, the vast majority of Manauese are Catholics. 11 ] The Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora da Conceição is the headquarters of the Archdiocese of Manaus.

Manaus metropolitan area ( "RMM") is a large urban area comprising eight towns in the Amazon state, but without a major area. The Manaus is subdivided into seven regions: With about 600,000 residents (2007), the east part of the town is the most populous. In recent years, the town' s northerly area has had the highest demographic increase and has the biggest quarter of the town, the Nova Cidade quarter.

Mid-South has the highest per capita incomes. 44 ] The eastern zone is known for its large number of mounds. Manaus' first quarter (bairro) was educational. It was from there that other areas of the town began to be invaded, with the arrivals of immigrants from other parts of Brazil.

It has the biggest quarter of Latin America, the Cidade Nova, which has 264,449 residents, but it is believed that the total populace surpasses 300,000 of them. The Cidade Nova is bigger than any town in the Amazon state. With the continuity and reinforcement of the Free Economic Zone of Manaus, the town began to maintain investment and steady immigration of peoples from many parts of the state and North Brazil.

Adrianópolis is the most prosperous district in Manaus, situated in the centre-south area of the town. Manaus inner center is situated in the south part of the town, directly on the Rio Negro River. It is planned to return the old glamour to the old part of the town, by eliminating paupers and abnormal vendors from the pavements, thus creating more security for visitors and local people trying to stroll through the historic districts.

It is the 6th biggest Brazilian country. The per capita revenue of the town was 33.446 R$. Although the Manaus primary industries were rubbers for much of the twentieth millennium, their importance has decreased. A system of government investment and fiscal stimulus has made the area an important centre of industries (the Free Economic Zone of Manaus) in recent years.

In Manaus, the first concept for a free trade port came from the deputy Francisco Pereira da Silva and was formalised by Law No. 3. Then it was changed by the reporter, Maurcio Jopper, an engineer, who, in consultation with the originator of the report, established the establishment of a free trade area instead of a free trade port.

In the first ten years, the ZFM (Manaus Free Trade Zone) was housed in a storage facility leased from the Port of Manaus in the Port of Manaus and backed by government funding. Castello Branco, President, on 28 February 1967, adopted Decree-Law No 288, which gives substance to the Manaus free trade area.

Under the new decree, the free trade zone of Manaus was to have a 10,000 km area with an industry centre and an agriculture centre, and they were to have the means of production to enable local government to develop the Amazon out of the economical insulation it had overtaken.

The Manaus Free Trade Zone Authority, SUFRAMA, was founded on 28 August 1967. Fiscal stimulus and the resulting additional legal provisions have given the Manaus FTA a competitive advantage over other parts of the territory, attracting new investments to the area. Unfortunately, there is a very low level of educational attainment and more affluent residents usually register their offspring at the city's many privately run colleges.

Amazon Federal University - Universidade Federal do Amazonas; Amazon State University - Universidade do Estado do Amazonas; Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology - Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Amazonas; Centro Universitário do Norte - UNINORTE; Brazilian Lutheran University - Universidade Luterana do Brasil; Centro de Educação Integrada Martha Falcão; Unilasalle (Faculdade La Salle - Manaus); Universidade Nilton Lins; Centro Universitário de Educação Superior do Amazonas - CIESA; Escola Superior Batista do Amazonas; Faculdade Boas Novas; Faculdade Metropolitana de Manaus; Universidade Paulista.

The Eduardo Gomes International Airports is the Manaus International Airports. There are two check-in points at the airports, one for regular and one for local air traffic. The Eduardo Gomes International is Brazil's third biggest airbase[ 55], meeting the Manaus Industrial Complex's need for imports and exports. In 2008, TAM Airlines also opened its own air carrier near the Brazilian TAM International Business Center, which pretends to be its biggest air carrier in Brazil.

Viracopos is the most important cargo connection of the peninsula between Manaus and the Viracopos intercontinental airfield, which is run by wide-body aircraft. Until the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which took place four times in Manaus, the air terminals were completely renovated and extended. Currently the airports offer regular domestic and foreign services to Miami, USA, American Airlines and LATAM Airlines Brasil, Panama, Copa Airlines, Willemstad, Curaçao, Insel Air and Barcelona, Venezuela, Avior Airlines.

It offers non-stop connections to all the main Brasilian aerodromes served by the three main airlines: The Manaus Air Force Air Force is based at the former Ponta Pelada International Airfield. Aside from Eduardo Gomes International and Ponta Pelada International Aerodromes, Manaus still has an operative runway used by small aeroplanes and small heliplanes, about 6 km northern of the center, known as the " Aeroclube " ( " Air Club ").

BR-319 goes south and connects Manaus with Porto Velho, the Rondônia city. To get there, however, you need a 40-minute boat ride to Careiro, across the Rio Negro and the Amazon, which will take you only about 100 km to Castanho.

AM-010 goes eastwards to Itacoatiara, Amazon on the shores of the Amazon, the third biggest state town. AM-070 travels southwards, beginning on the other side of the new Negro River Rio Negro at Manaus and reaches Manacapuru, which is located on the bank of the Solimoes River, also known as the Amazon River, and is the state' 4th town.

Manaus taxi are always red and can be stoped anywhere. The majority can only be reserved on the spot, but the renowned Brazil Air Transfers [57] has recently begun offering Manaus International Airports transfers and general transport as well. Manaus' coach system is quite comprehensive and there are busses and minibuses to most places, even to the most beloved tourists.

Manaus' yearly festival schedule begins at the end of February/beginning of March. Manaus carnivals are a good starting point for forthcoming activities and involve local parades and dances in the Sambódromo at the Centro de Convenções. It is a favourite period to go to Manaus in May as the capital holds both the Ponta Negra Music and Amazonas de Opera Festival this year.

The opera festival, which takes place at the Teatro Amazonas, takes about three months and usually ends at the beginning of June. Floclorico do Amazonas (Amazon Folklore Festival) takes place in June, and this festival has developed into an important occasion that includes a variety of popular dances and musical events, climaxing with the Procissao Fluvial de São Pedro (St. Peter River Procession) as thousands of river boats cruise along the Rio Negro to honor the protector of fishers.

Manaus's proximity to the Amazon forest makes it a popular destination for Brazil's and overseas visitors to observe the fauna on dry lands and in streams. This is also the home of one of Brazil's most vulnerable prime species, the rat tamarine. Excursion ships depart Manaus to see the meeting of the water, where the Negro River's dark water meets the Solimoes River's dark water, which flows side by side without blending for about 9 km (6 miles).

59 ] At the western end of the Ponta Negra there is a luxury guesthouse; its wildlife sanctuary, wildlife sanctuary, forests and beaches are open to all. Other interesting historic places are the custom house with mix of style and mediaeval inspirations, the Rio Negro Palace Culture Centre and the Palace of Justice next to the Amazon Opera House.

There are also many large protected areas, such as the Bosque da Ciência and the Parque do Mindú. Brazil's biggest city woodland is within the United States' Amazon River District, which was established on January 17, 1909 and is the oldest Brazilian government school.

There are also several Manaus malls such as Manauara Shops, Amazon Shops, Millennium Shops, Ponta Negra Shops, Studio 5 Festival Mall, Cidade Nova Shops, Manaus Plaza Shops, Sao José Shops and other small malls. Throughout the year, the city's artistic schedule features opera, theatre, jazz and cinema events, as well as Boi Manaus (usually around the Manaus Jubilee on 24 October), a major festival of Boi Bumbá popularity in North Brazil.

The Ponta Negra beaches, 13 km from Manaus town centre, are one of the city's main tourism destinations. Tarumã, Tarumãzinho and Cachoeira the Almas (river arms), the bays close to the cities, are recreational places for the inhabitants on the weekend. There are several baths in Manaus that have recently been renovated and urbanised.

It is often necessary to use yachts for excursions to nearby sandy areas and park. Paricatuba Waterfall, on the right side of the Negro River along a small creek, consists of bedrock sediments encircled by lush flora. Lieu Cascade is in Guedes Bayou, with cool and crystalline waters, can only be reached by boating and then walks through the woods.

The Tupé Beach is about 34 km (21 mi) from Manaus. The Moon Beach is situated on the banks of the Negro River, 23 km from Manaus. Löwenwasserfall is situated at km 34 of the AM-010 motorway (Manaus-Itacoatiara). Manaus' Leaders Association is the Nacional Futebol Clube, established on 13 January 1913 and named "Leão da Vila".

National is 40 times state champions, the great state champions in the Amazon state and one of the greatest state champions of Brazil and is the best Amazon soccer team in the KBF rankings, the country's leading team. Another one is the Atlético Rio Negro Clube, named "Galo da Praça da Saudade" (Remembrance Square Rooster) or "Barriga Preta" (Black Belly), also established in 1913, but in November, the second biggest owner of state securities, and the National Fast Clube, also known as the "Galo da Praça da Saudade" (Remembrance Square Rooster) or "Barriga Preta" (Black Belly),

Tricolor of the Boulevard" or "roll", which was formed in the early 40's from the National Football Club of a former football club of a former president who won six national football tournaments, and in 1970 became North Regional and Northeast Championship runner-up. In 2009, Manaus was selected to stage the 2014 FIFA World Cup following a contest for Brazil's northern region with neighbouring Belém.

The Manaus were reorganized to hold such a big meeting. Construction of a new aerodrome, roads throughout the town, new and upgraded pavements. Municipal communication infrastructures have been enhanced by the installation of 4G network of Brazil's largest cellular operators. England against Italy on 14 June was the first game of the 2014 World Cup in Manaus.

Manaus, known for its intensive hot and humid conditions, hosted the first formal pause of the FIFA Women's Cup on 22 June in the game between Portugal and the United States. The Manaus is the origins of several Brasilian worlds masters in jiu-jitsu belt, blended combat artist and submittal grappler. The champions like Fredson Paixão, Wallid Ismail, Saulo Ribeiro, Cristiane De Souza, Alexandre Ribeiro, Ronaldo Souza and Bibiano Fernandes come from Manaus.

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