Maringá

What is Maringá known for?


game friendly

- style "background:#cfc;"   15 January 2000 Maringá, Brazil 4–1 0 Friendly (Exhibition game) (Brazil U-23 Olympic (Brazil Olympic football team)) - style "background:#cfc;" * The Dorint Hotel Tower in Augsburg, Germany is completed and opened. * The Catedral de Maringá in Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil is completed and is one of the tallest churches cathedrals in the world. - valign top

game Friendly -style "background-color:#ccffcc" caption location Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil geo '''Catedral Basílica Menor Nossa Senhora da Glória''' (or simply '''Catedral de Maringá''' 'Cathedral of Maringá' is a Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) cathedral located in downtown Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil, reaching 124 m in height. It was completed in 1972 and is the tallest church in South America


place called

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great influence

Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport has scheduled air connections to major centers in Brazil. Demography thumb The Cathedral of Maringá (File:Cathedral of Maringá 02 2007 8712.JPG), the city's most famous landmark, was completed in 1972. At 124 meters, it is the tallest church building in South America. Ethnicity The region of Maringá has a great influence of Japanese immigrants; Maringá also had a great influence of Italian and German immigrants, in which the Germans met


local team

. Stage of the Rugby Championship of the state of Paraná (Paraná (state)). That tournament, growing every year, currently has the participation, besides the local team, the teams of Curitiba, Cascavel, Londrina, Ponta Grossa, Maringá and Cidade Gaúcha. Beginning in the 1990s, the company, now renamed Alphaville Urbanismo, expanded its developments to several other cities in Brazil, such as Campinas, São José dos Campos, Ribeirão Preto, Rio de Janeiro


great love

, services, agro-industries, and universities, including the State University of Maringá. History Toponymy Maringá takes its name from a song by Joubert de Carvalho in honour of his great love, Maria do Ingá, latter shortened to Maringá, that at the time of establishment of the settlement was very popular in the media, thus the city being known as the Song City. Settlement In 1925, the Northern Paraná Land Company was established in London, England


cherry

Júnior Regional Airport Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil - right thumb Cherry blossom in the Botanical Garden of Curitiba (Image:CerejeirasEstufaJBCuritiba.JPG), Southern Brazil With the Japanese diaspora to Brazil (Japanese Brazilian#Beginning), many immigrants brought seedlings of cherry trees. In São Paulo State (São Paulo (state)), home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan, it is common to find the trees in Japan related facilities


large range

that handles weaving and agribusiness, but mostly clothing. Big industries such as Cocamar, Coca-Cola, Noma, among others, foster job creation in the region, and even other cities. Metalworking industries serving the entire country and also exports to countries in Latin America a very large range of products. Maringá is the fashion hub in the south of Brazil, with the largest wholesale mall in Latin America, the Mercosul. Recently, Maringá also has been highlighted in the software market


friendly style

game Friendly -style "background-color:#ccffcc" caption location Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil geo '''Catedral Basílica Menor Nossa Senhora da Glória''' (or simply '''Catedral de Maringá''' 'Cathedral of Maringá' is a Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) cathedral located in downtown Maringá, Paraná (Paraná (state)), Brazil, reaching 124 m in height. It was completed in 1972 and is the tallest church in South America


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; *States: Paraná (Paraná (state)), Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (state)) *Largest Cities: Curitiba (1,828,092); Porto Alegre (1,441,554); Londrina (510,707); Joinville (429,004); Caxias do Sul (360,223); Florianópolis (341,781); Pelotas (323,034); Canoas (305,711); Maringá (288.,465); Ponta Grossa (281,000); Blumenau (277,500); Cascavel (273,000); Foz do Iguaçu (269,585); Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul Santa Maria


energy production

(243,396), Rio Grande (Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul) (238,000) *Economy: Machinery and automobile industries, textiles, tourism, energy production, information technology, orange, apple, grapefruit. The region is highly urbanized (82%) and many cities are famous for their urban planning, like Curitiba and Maringá. It has a relatively high standard of living, with the highest Human Development Index of Brazil, 0.859 (2007), and the second highest per capita income

Maringá

'''Maringá''' ( ) is a municipality (Municipalities of Brazil) in southern Brazil founded on 10 May 1947 as a planned urban area it is the third largest city in the state of Paraná (Paraná (state)) with 385,753 inhabitants in the city, and 764,906 in its metropolitan area (IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) 2013). Located in north west of Paraná and crossed by the Tropic of Capricorn it is a regional centre for commerce, services, agro-industries, and universities, including the State University of Maringá.

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