The administrative regions of Niterói- RJ, in Brazil used to be 5. In the early 1990s, they were expanded to 12, as can be seen on the map in the "administrative divisions" article. The map below refers to the previous, and to a certain extent, partially existing, division: ...more on Wikipedia about "Regions (Niterói)"
Resende is a municipality/county in the state of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Resende, Rio de Janeiro"
Rio de Janeiro (meaning River of January in Portuguese), pron. IPA / / in Brazilian Portuguese and / in European (African and Asian) Portuguese) is the name of both a state and a city in south-eastern Brazil. Commonly known as just Rio (particularly in English), the city is considered by many to be amongst the most beautiful cities in the world. It is famous for the hotel-lined tourist beaches Copacabana and Ipanema, for the giant statue of Jesus, known as Christ the Redeemer ('Cristo Redentor') atop the Corcovado mountain, and for its yearly Carnival celebration. It also has the biggest forest inside an urban region, called Floresta da Tijuca, or ' Tijuca Forest'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rio de Janeiro"
São Pedro da Aldeia is a town in Brazil. It has 54,000 inhabitants and lies in the east of Rio de Janeiro State on the Araruama Lake, 120km from the state capital, Rio de Janeiro. Salt extration and fishing are the two most important industries. São Pedro da Aldeia was founded in 1660 by catholic priests on the top of a hill named after Saint Peter, in honor of whom the city was named. A chapel was built that was later replaced by a architecturally significant church. Nowadays it is the main historical monument in the town and is protected by state laws. Some colonial buildings and landmarks remain today, such as the cemetery beside the church, where the family graves of the founders of the town remain. The Araruama salty lake has some beaches where swimming is popular. In the 1960s the Air Force and Navy built a military airport there, bringing many migrants from others parts of the country and increasing the town's population. ...more on Wikipedia about "São Pedro da Aldeia"
Teresópolis (informally known as Terê) is a municipality in the state of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, near Petrópolis, in the Rio de Janeiro highlands region (Região Serrana, in Portuguese). ...more on Wikipedia about "Teresópolis"
Três Rios is a city in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Três Rios"
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Volta Redonda is the name of a city in the Rio de Janeiro state with 182,81 km² of area, located from 350m to 707m from the sea level (22º31'23" S, 44º06'15" W) and with a population of 253.226 inhabitants (estimated in 2004). Its name, Portuguese for round turn, is due to the shape of a curve in the Paraíba do Sul river around which the city was built. ...more on Wikipedia about "Volta Redonda"
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