While elegant Rio de Janeiro and cosmopolitan São Paulo are best-known places in Brazil, the North is the most unexplored part of the country. Its cities developed during the rubber tapping cycle of the XIX century.
Manaus is a Brazilian city of about 2.5 million, located on the Rio Negro a few miles before it meets the Rio Solimões to form the Amazon River proper.
Belém, located near the mouth of the Amazon River in northern Brazil, is the capital and largest city of the state of Pará.
Amazonas is a state in the North of Brazil. It is the largest state of Brazil in area.
Pará, the second largest state in Brazil by area, is located in the north of Brazil and encompasses the mouth of the Amazon River.
Amapa is in a state in the North of Brazil. Unexplored rainforests cover more than 70% of the territory of Amapá.
Roraima is a state in the North of Brazil. Neighboring states are Pará and Amazonas.
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