|Município de Suzano|
Municipality of Suzano
Cidade das Flores (City of Flowers)
Location in São Paulo state
|Metropolitan Region||São Paulo|
|Founded||April 2, 1949|
|• Mayor||Rodrigo Ashiuchi (PR)|
|• Total||206.24 km2 (79.63 sq mi)|
|Elevation||749 m (2,457 ft)|
|• Density||1,400/km2 (3,600/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC-3 (BRT)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-2 (BRST)|
|HDI (2010)||0.765 – high|
|Website||Suzano, São Paulo|
Suzano has a large Japanese Brazilian population. It consists of a large downtown area surrounded by residential areas. There are three main roads that travel through the downtown section. One of them is a one-way street (northbound), and two are one-way streets (southbound). It was named after the engineer who built the train station.
The city features a medium-sized shopping mall, city hall, train station, frequent bus routes, and a small number of office and residential buildings. Suzano is an important industrial center today, although it was originally agricultural.
Law and governmentEdit
Suzano's City Hall is located in the Baruel Street in the downtown of the city.
Mayors of SuzanoEdit
Suzano is crossed by three highways:
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