Ubatuba

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C 16 Oct low C 17 Nov low C 18 Dec low C 20 year low C 17.3 rain colour green Jan rain mm 366 Feb rain mm 302 Mar rain mm 315 Apr rain mm 244 May rain mm 125 Jun rain mm 84 Jul rain mm 106 Aug rain mm 91 Sep rain mm 170 Oct rain mm 222 Nov rain mm 259 Dec rain mm 361 year rain mm 2645 Jan sun 105 Feb sun 106 Mar sun 106 Apr sun 102 May sun 109 Jun sun 106 Jul sun 110 Aug sun 104 Sep sun 78 Oct sun 73 Nov sun


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of the Neoproterozoic Ribeira Belt. As its name indicates, it is green in color, dark green and almost a black appearance when seen in low light. It contains large (10 cm


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. However, during the rest of the year, especially during weekdays, the city will be almost empty, and some beaches far from the city center may even be completely deserted. The low season is thus great if you want tranquility, but in the other hand, the city center will be far less vivid, and it may be very difficult to find something to eat or drink outside it. Many shops, kiosks and restaurants close during low season. Climate Ubatuba is humorously referred by Paulistas as "


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families were forced into slavery, working on sugar cane plantations along the Southern Shores surrounding the towns of Saint Vincent and Itanhaém, a region also called "Morpion" at that time (according to André Thévet - ''"Singularités de la France Antarctique"''). The Tupinambá responded to this outrage with the Tamoio Confederation, a powerful military alliance that stood to destroy Saint Vincent, with the help of the French, who had founded a Protestant refugee colony, France Antarctique in Guanabara Bay before the foundation of Rio de Janeiro. The Portuguese set two Jesuit priests, Fathers Anchieta and Nobrega (Manuel da Nóbrega), to Ubatuba (a tribe named Yperoig), to make peace with the Tupinambá Indians. Anchieta was kept as a hostage and Nobrega returned to Saint Vincent along with the Chief Cunhambebe to make arrangements for the final Treaty. The Portuguese won, destroying France Antarctique and keeping the land. thumb left 250px Beaches,from the left: Praia Vermelha do Sul, Praia Brava do Sul, and Praia Dura (Image:Brasil Ubatuba beaches.jpg) Population history in numbers class "wikitable" ! Year !! Population !! Density - 2003 72,857 102.33 km² - 2004 76,847 107.93 km² - 2010 78,801 110.68 km² Climate WikiPedia:Ubatuba Commons:Category:Ubatuba


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Do * '''Trekking''' or '''hiking''' at Ubatuba's dozens of forest trails. Reach various deserted beaches, waterfalls and even some indigenous tribes * '''Scuba diving''' at the islands (Anchieta, Vitória and Prumirim) * '''Surfing''' at Itamambuca, Félix, Vermelha do Norte and other great surfing points * '''Climb Corcovado''' - Not the famous statue-crested peak of Rio de Janeiro, Ubatuba's Corcovado Peak can be reached by a trail from Praia Dura, offering a pretty, albeit Jesus-free, view of the area. The trail is poorly-signposted and hard to follow, however, so it is best to arrange for a guide through the tourist information center (see the Understand (#Understand) section above). Buy Many tourist-oriented shops are located at Rua Guarani and the north part of R. Leovegildo Dias de Oliveira, in front of the Itaguá beach. The area becomes quite crowded during evenings on high season and holidays, and contains shops, restaurants, bars and kioks in the beach front. The "actual" commercial center of the city is Av. Thomás Galhardo, where you can find more general products and services. The area is currently under revitalization, to make it a popular spot among both local and tourists. Eat Specialties in Ubatuba include locally-harvested mussels and ''peixe azul marinho'', blue marine fish served and ''pirão de banana verda'', a dish made with manioc flour and green bananas


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, Vermelha do Norte and other great surfing points * '''Climb Corcovado''' - Not the famous statue-crested peak of Rio de Janeiro, Ubatuba's Corcovado Peak can be reached by a trail from Praia Dura, offering a pretty, albeit Jesus-free, view of the area. The trail is poorly-signposted and hard to follow, however, so it is best to arrange for a guide through the tourist information center (see the Understand (#Understand) section above). Buy Many tourist-oriented shops are located at Rua Guarani and the north part of R. Leovegildo Dias de Oliveira, in front of the Itaguá beach. The area becomes quite crowded during evenings on high season and holidays, and contains shops, restaurants, bars and kioks in the beach front. The "actual" commercial center of the city is Av. Thomás Galhardo, where you can find more general products and services. The area is currently under revitalization, to make it a popular spot among both local and tourists. Eat Specialties in Ubatuba include locally-harvested mussels and ''peixe azul marinho'', blue marine fish served and ''pirão de banana verda'', a dish made with manioc flour and green bananas. * WikiPedia:Ubatuba Commons:Category:Ubatuba


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to have come from an exploded flying saucer. The magnesium was of very high purity. Harder conjectured that the lightweight metal, normally very brittle, might become exceptionally hard and strong if purified and made free from crystalline defects. If that were the case, it would be a very good metal for the construction of a flying device. Construction of such high-strength metals is now thought possible with insights gained from the emerging field of nanotechnology. WikiPedia:Ubatuba Commons:Category:Ubatuba


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renovations and landscaping. The highway is partly dual-lane, part single-lane, and runs from the city of São José dos Campos, located in the Paraíba River (Paraíba do Sul) valley in the upper plateau of São Paulo down the Serra do Mar to the coastal lowlands of the city of Caraguatatuba, connecting to the Rodovia Rio-Santos (federal highway). As such, it is part of a series of Serra do Mar highways which include Rodovia Anchieta (SP-150) and Rodovia dos Imigrantes (SP-160), departing from São Paulo, the Mogi das Cruzes-Bertioga highway, and the Taubaté-Ubatuba highway. The SP-099 starts at the Rodovia Presidente Dutra, and crosses with Rodovia Carvalho Pinto (SP-070), two huge thoroughfares which direct the road flow from and to São Paulo megalopolis to the Northern coast beach resorts. Life He has held the chair of recorder at the Conservatorio G.B. Martini in Bologna (Italy) from 1977 to 2006, when he retired and moved to Ubatuba (Brazil). Pacchioni is a musicologist specializing in the revival of Baroque composition in the modern era, and has gained a following over the Internet for his Neo-Baroque (Neo-Baroque music) compositions and fugues. Harder had also applied his physical sciences and engineering background to the study of UFOs. In his Congressional testimony of 1968, Harder mentioned physical analysis of magnesium fragments found in 1957 near Ubatuba, Brazil, said to have come from an exploded flying saucer. The magnesium was of very high purity. Harder conjectured that the lightweight metal, normally very brittle, might become exceptionally hard and strong if purified and made free from crystalline defects. If that were the case, it would be a very good metal for the construction of a flying device. Construction of such high-strength metals is now thought possible with insights gained from the emerging field of nanotechnology. WikiPedia:Ubatuba Commons:Category:Ubatuba


high strength

to have come from an exploded flying saucer. The magnesium was of very high purity. Harder conjectured that the lightweight metal, normally very brittle, might become exceptionally hard and strong if purified and made free from crystalline defects. If that were the case, it would be a very good metal for the construction of a flying device. Construction of such high-strength metals is now thought possible with insights gained from the emerging field of nanotechnology. WikiPedia:Ubatuba Commons:Category:Ubatuba


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' Party (Brazil) PT ) established_title Settled established_date October 28, 1637 area_magnitude area_total_km2 712 area_total_sq_mi 130 area_land_km2 area_land_sq_mi area_water_km2 area_water_sq_mi area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_urban_sq_mi area_metro_km2 area_metro_sq_mi population_as_of 2006 population_note population_total 81,246 List of municipalities in the state of São Paulo by population Ranked 74th

+55 12 postal_code_type Postal code postal_code 11680-000 website City Hall website footnotes '''Ubatuba''' is a Brazilian municipality (Municipalities of Brazil), located on the southeast coast, in the state of São Paulo (São Paulo (state)). The population in 2010 was 78,801, its density was 110.87 hab km² with an area of 712 km². Ubatuba is linked with the Rodovia Longitudinal or the Brazilian

Ubatuba

'''Ubatuba''' is a Brazilian municipality (Municipalities of Brazil), located on the southeast coast, in the state of São Paulo (São Paulo (state)). The population in 2010 was 78,801, its density was 110.87 hab km² with an area of 712 km².

Ubatuba is linked with the Rodovia Longitudinal or the BR-101 (Brazilian Highway System#BR-101) and is also located east of São Paulo and east north east of Santos (Santos (São Paulo)) and west of Rio de Janeiro. The city lies on the Tropic of Capricorn.

The urban area is mainly concentrated in the Atlantic and valley areas. The city frequently receives rain, hence the nickname ''Uba Chuva'' (''chuva'' being Portuguese (Portuguese language) for "rain"). Much of the land to the north is forested and mountainous, forming a part of the Serra do Mar mountains. Serra do Mar State Park covers 83% of the city and has few connector roads through the mountain range. A marine park was created under Projeto TAMAR (Project Tamar) to protect sea turtles. In addition, the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo runs the Clarimundo de Jesus research base in Ubatuba.

Ubatuba is an important tourist city, receiving tourists from many parts of Brazil. Ubatuba features over 100 beaches. Among these are Maranduba, Lázaro, Itamambuca, Vermelha, Grande, Enseada, Perequê, and Saco da Ribeira. Ubatuba also features an island named Anchieta (Anchieta Island) after José de Anchieta. It has been a nature preserve since March 22, 1977.

Ubatuba is considered, by law, as "The Surf Capital of São Paulo State". The city has received this honour because more than ten important surf contests are held off its beaches every year, including two world qualifying series, two Super Surf Pro series, and other competitions supported by such well-established brands as Billabong (Billabong (clothing)), Quiksilver and Dunkelvolk (which sponsored the 2009 edition of Ubatuba Surf Contest with more than 120 athletes).

Lately, the city is also known by its biodiversity, especially in relation to birds. There are more than 565 different birds species already identified (as of April 2012), what has each day attracted more and more birdwatchers.

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