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Patos

Patos
Municipality
Vista Parcial da Cidade de Patos-PB
Vista Parcial da Cidade de Patos-PB
Flag of Patos
Flag
Official seal of Patos
Seal
Motto: "Sun's residence"
Location of Patos in the Paraíba
Location of Patos in the Paraíba
Patos is located in Brazil
Patos
Patos
Location of Patos in the Brazil
Coordinates:
Country  Brazil
Region Northeast
State Paraíba
Mesoregion Sertao Paraibano
Government
 • Mayor Francisca Gomes Araújo Motta (PMDB)
Area
 • Municipality 513 km2 (198 sq mi)
Elevation 242 m (794 ft)
Population
 • Municipality 104,716
 • Metro 232,331
Time zone UTC -3
Website www.patos.pb.gov.br (Portuguese)

Patos is a municipality in the state of Paraíba in the Northeast Region of Brazil.[1][2][3][4] Its population is 104 716 inhabitants (IBGE, 2013). Esporte and Nacional are the two city's football clubs, They play in Municipal Stadium José Cavalcanti. There are four muultisports gyms: the Rivaldão, AABB, Sesc, Sesi, Gelão.

Patos, Brazil

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External links

  • Media related to Category: at Wikimedia Commons
  • CPRM – Serviço Geológico do Brasil
  • Prefeitura Municipal de Patos
  • FAMUP


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