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Ananindeua, Pará

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Ananindeua (Portuguese pronunciation: [ananĩˈdewɐ]) is a city in Pará, northern Brazil. It is a part of the Metropolitan Region of Belém, and is the second most populated city in the State of Pará,[1] and the third largest in the Amazon Region.[2] It has a population of 505,512 according to the last Census, done by the Brazilian Statistic and Geography Institute (IBGE).

The City of Ananindeua
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Flag of Ananindeua
Official seal of Ananindeua
Location in the State of Pará
Location in the State of Pará
Ananindeua is located in Brazil
Localization in Brazil
Coordinates: 01°21′57″S 48°22′19″W / 1.36583°S 48.37194°W / -1.36583; -48.37194Coordinates: 01°21′57″S 48°22′19″W / 1.36583°S 48.37194°W / -1.36583; -48.37194
Country  Brazil
Region Northeast
State Bandeira do Pará.svg Pará
Founded January 3, 1944
 • Mayor Manouel Carlos Antunes (PSDB)
 • Total 185.057 km2 (71.451 sq mi)
Elevation 20 m (70 ft)
Population (2010)
 • Total 471,744
 • Density 2,500/km2 (6,600/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-3 (UTC-3)
Postal code 67000-000
Area code(s) 091

The municipality contains 1% of the Utinga State Park, created in 1993 to protect the metropolitan area's water supply.[3]


Amazon Valley Academy is located in this city.


  1. ^ "Belém é a 10ª cidade mais populosa do Brasil" (in Portuguese). Portal Amazônia. Retrieved 23 June 2013.
  2. ^ "Distâncias entre Cidades - Belém - Pará" (in Portuguese). Em Retrieved 23 June 2013.
  3. ^ Veríssimo, Adalberto; Santos, Daniel Conceição dos; Pereira, Jakeline Ramos (August 2013), Plano de Manejo do Parque Estadual do Utinga (PDF) (in Portuguese), Secretaria de Estado de Meio Ambiente (SEMA), p. 30, retrieved 2016-12-05