Porto Velho

What is Porto Velho known for?


local culture

go to the last square on 7 de Septembro, walk up to the Clube da Ferrovia and turn left. * '''Casa da Cultura''' just of the square with the Caixas D'agua. Here you'll find changing expositions by local artists and once done an exhibition of local culture. Free. thumb (Image:Railway-worker.jpg) * '''Catedral''' On Dom Pedro II the main church of Porto Velho. Simple on both the inside and outside but well worth a visit. thumb (Image:Cathedral-pvh.jpg) * '''Weekly Market''' Porto Velho


cockroaches

the Rodoviária. * '''Missionario''' Av. 7 de Septiembre. Cheap, 10 reais for a room with fan, but many cockroaches and mosquitoes. Not very clean. * '''Nunes''' Av. 7 de Septiembre. Cheap at 45 reais for a room with fan - A C, a bit noisy, friendly famaliy run. Lots of truckdrivers. Doubles as central 'love hotel' * '''Yara''' Av. 7 de Septiembre. reasonable at 65 reais a double. Rooms are better as Nunes, the beds seem to be made from the same hardboard. * '''Tia Carmen''' Av. Campos Sales 2895


energy production

, Roraima, Tocantins (Tocantins (state)) *Largest Cities: Manaus (1,403,796); Belém (1,279,861); Ananindeua (392,947); Porto Velho (314,525); Macapá (282,745); Santarém (Santarém, Brazil) (262,721); Rio Branco (252,885); Boa Vista (Boa Vista, Roraima) (220,383); Palmas (Palmas, Tocantins) (208,000). *Economy: Iron, Energy production, electronic manufacturing, tourism. Bustani was born in 1945 in Porto Velho, Brazil. He received his law degree from


world live

As the largest tract of tropical rainforest in the Americas, the Amazonian rainforests have unparalleled biodiversity. More than 1 3 of all species in the world live in the Amazon Rainforest. Amazon Rainforest, Amazon Plants, Amazon River Animals The majority of the forest surrounding Porto Velho has been felled, however. GDP for the city was R$ 3,656,512,000 (2005). commons:Porto Velho


species rich

of the planet's remaining rainforests and comprises the largest and most species-rich tract of tropical rainforest in the world. Wet tropical forests are the most species-rich biome, and tropical forests in the Americas are consistently more species rich than the wet forests in Africa and Asia. Turner, I.M. 2001. ''The ecology of trees in the tropical rain forest''. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 0-521-80183-4 As the largest tract of tropical rainforest in the Americas, the Amazonian rainforests have unparalleled biodiversity. More than 1 3 of all species in the world live in the Amazon Rainforest. Amazon Rainforest, Amazon Plants, Amazon River Animals The majority of the forest surrounding Porto Velho has been felled, however. GDP for the city was R$ 3,656,512,000 (2005). commons:Porto Velho


created including

an urbanized area - valign top - Porto Velho RO (Rondônia) Roberto Sobrinho PT (Workers' Party (Brazil)) - - valign top Porto Velho Rondônia SBPV PVH Porto Velho Air Force Base - valign top **São Paulo - 780 AM and 90.5 FM *Clube Cidade - 94.1 FM - Porto Velho, Rondônia *Cultura (Rádio Cultura) - AM and 103.3 FM - São Paulo, classical music Several other versions of ''Field'' have subsequently been created, including *''Amazonian


culture main

loop around the unnavigable section to Guajará-Mirim on the Mamoré River. * Argentina: Iguazu Falls, Misiones * Brazil: Carajás Animal Reserve, Pará, Iguassu Falls, Paraná


weekly

line and a weekly newspaper by the time of Porto Velho's foundation, are nothing but ruins nowadays. Porto Velho's survival is associated with the better conditions of the area where it was built, its easy access by the river and its harbor: these were all considerations in the choice of Porto Velho as the capital of the newly formed Federal Territory (Territory (country subdivision)) of Guaporé, in 1943. Only with the beginning of World War II was there another cycle of progress

scheduled flights weekly, most going to other large Brazilian cities. The presence of Porto Velho Air Force Base ensures considerable movement of military aircraft. The local people refer to Porto Velho International as Belmont Airport because it is located in this district. It became an international airport in 2002. It was built as a replacement to Caiari Airport, which was closed on April 16, 1969. Highways *BR-174; *BR-317; *BR-319; *BR-364; *BR-421; *BR-425; *BR-429; *RO-010

go to the last square on 7 de Septembro, walk up to the Clube da Ferrovia and turn left. * '''Casa da Cultura''' just of the square with the Caixas D'agua. Here you'll find changing expositions by local artists and once done an exhibition of local culture. Free. thumb (Image:Railway-worker.jpg) * '''Catedral''' On Dom Pedro II the main church of Porto Velho. Simple on both the inside and outside but well worth a visit. thumb (Image:Cathedral-pvh.jpg) * '''Weekly Market''' Porto Velho


main culture

Mineiro; * Proensino; * Instituto Laura Vicuña; * Instituto Estadual de Educação Carmela Dutra; * Colégio Dom Bosco * Centro Educacional Dr Gilberto Mendes De Azevedo Culture thumb Casa da Cultura Ivan Marrocos in Porto Velho. (Image:Casa da Cultura de Porto Velho.jpg) Expovel Agricultural event in Porto Velho. Museum Madeira-Mamoré Railway Museum (pt: Museu da Estrada de Ferro Madeira Mamoré) Theatre Teatro Municipal, in Joaquim


good time;;;;;;;;;;

all the way up from Av. Farquar ( parallel to the Beira Rio (river side) and follow the noise a bit to your left. The street gets blocked, there is security, you probably will be checked entering but don't let that set you off. You'll probably have a good time doing what the locals do. For a bit more upscale experience take a taxi and go to a pseudo authentic beer brewery. The hot one in Porto Velho is Public Haus. Sleep Budget There are some cheap hotels just across the street from

Porto Velho

'''Porto Velho''' ( , ''Old Port'') is the capital (capital (political)) of the Brazilian state (States of Brazil) of Rondônia, in the upper Amazon River basin. The population is 426,558 people (as of the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) 2010 census). Located on the border of Rondônia and the state of Amazonas (Amazonas State, Brazil), the town is an important trading center for cassiterite, the mining of which represents the most important economic activity in the region, as well as a transportation and communication center. It is located on the eastern shore of the Madeira River, one of the main tributaries (tributary) of the Amazon River. It is also Rondônia's largest city, and the largest state capital of Brazil (by area).

The municipality occupies most of the border between Amazonas and Rondônia, and is simultaneously the westernmost and northernmost city in the state.

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