Natal, Rio Grande do Norte

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), located in the Eastern Zone of the city. All the accesses to the countryside of the state are through the Metropolitan region of Natal, composed of the municipalities of Ceará-Mirim, Emaús, Extremoz, Macaíba, Monte Alegre, Nísia Floresta, Parnamirim e São Gonçalo do Amarante. Buses with direct destinations to various Brazilian capitals also leave from the Passenger Bus Terminal of Natal. The cities with regular weekly schedules are: Belo Horizonte, Fortaleza, Goiânia, João Pessoa, Palmas, Recife, Salvador, São Luiz e Teresina. '''Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado''', usually known as '''Machadão''', is a multi-purpose stadium in the Brazilian city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches.


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Hispano-Suiza engine made the first nonstop flight. Aeropostale pilot Jean Mermoz flew 3,058 kilometers from Dakar to Natal in 19 hours 35 minutes, with his plane holding 122 kilograms of mail. * South Atlantic Wing (Originally 25th AAF Ferrying Wing; resdeignated ''South Atlantic Division'' on 1 July 1944) : Responsible for operating the South Atlantic Route from Waller Field, Trinidad along the north-eastern coast of South America to Natal (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte) (Brazil) and from there across the South Atlantic Ocean via Ascension Island to West Africa. It also operated routes along the eastern coast of Brazil to Montevideo (Uruguay) and to Asuncion


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;ref File:Escola-de-Música-UFRN.jpg thumb right Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte


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thumb Alberto Maranhão Theatre (File:TeatroAlbertoMaranhao.JPG) (on the inside of it) is part of Historic Center. The Newton Navarro bridge is one of the highest bridges in Brazil and has over a gorgeous sunset seen from Potengi River. It makes the connection with the beaches of the north coast of the state. In addition to unburden the city traffic, the bridge became a tourist attraction because of its large size. ;Historic Center The Natal Historic Center it comprises an area of approximately '''Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado''', usually known as '''Machadão''', is a multi-purpose stadium in the Brazilian city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches.


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to the sound of the music. Natal is also home to the "Mada", a national festival of pop rock national, and the "Verão de Todos", a summer festival. Transportation International airport thumb right Natal Air Force Base (File:Base Aérea de Natal - Cruzex 2008.jpg) Located virtually at sea level (169 feet), with favorable weather and geographic conditions, Greater Natal International Airport in São Gonçalo do Amarante is '''Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado''', usually known as '''Machadão''', is a multi-purpose stadium in the Brazilian city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches.


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with the municipality of Parnamirim. For those who come from the State of Ceará, the principle access is by the Federal Highway BR-304, through the boundary with the municipality of Macaíba, where you pick up BR-226 taking people to Natal. Leaving Natal, an important access to the southern Potiguar coast is the "Sun Route" (Rota do Sol) as RN-063 is known by, and which takes you to the beaches of Pirangi, Búzios, Tabatinga, up to the municipality of Nísia Floresta. The North Shore


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to beachgoers day and night. A common sight on the beach are "jangadas", simple, multicolored, local fishing boats typical of northeastern Brazil. The Via Costeira (Coastal Way) is a great avenue built next to the dunes and beaches of the city, including making the connection of several beaches in the state.thumb Pipa Beach (File:Praia de Pipa.jpg) ;Pipa Beach The Pipa Beach is located from Natal and completely away from urban centers. Paradise


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Navarro). It received its name based on the date of commencement of its construction, 6 January 1598, at Epiphany Catholic calendar. ;Natal City Park thumb left Natal City Park (File:Parque da Cidade do Natal.jpg) The Natal City Park Dom Nivaldo Monte, or simply the City Park is an urban park. Inaugurated on July 21, 2008 with architectural project of Oscar Niemeyer. It has a unique, monumental tower, and has a museum and restaurant. As of January 2011, the entire park is closed due to lack of funding from the city. '''Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado''', usually known as '''Machadão''', is a multi-purpose stadium in the Brazilian city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches.


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accessdate 2012-06-25 Taxi There are plenty of taxi (taxicab)s in the city. Taxis are white cars and have a red plate. Fares are the same, regardless of how new and comfortable the car is. Fares are regulated by the government. The normal prices are: US$2 to start metering, US$1 per km and US$ 5 per waiting hour. The only exception to these prices are the so-called ''special'' taxis at the airport. From 10:00 pm to 6:00 am at weekdays, and all hours at weekends (and, depending on a decree by the mayor, all times during the month of December), there is a 20% increase in the above prices, '''Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado''', usually known as '''Machadão''', is a multi-purpose stadium in the Brazilian city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches.


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Natal, Rio Grande do Norte

'''Natal''' ( ''Christmas'') is the capital and largest city of Rio Grande do Norte, a northeastern (Northeastern Brazil) state in Brazil. As of the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) July 2009, the city had a total population of 950,820 (1,363,547 in its Greater Natal).

The implementation of the Via Costeira (Coastal Highway),

It is the capital of Brazil closest to Africa and Europe,

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