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About Parintins

Parintins is a municipality in the far east of the Amazonas state of Brazil. It is part of a microregion also named Parintins. The population for the entire municipality was 115,363 (IBGE 2020) and its area is 5,952 km2. The city is located on Tupinambarana island in the Amazon River. Parintins is known for the Parintins Folklore Festival, a popular festival held there each June and depicting Boi-Bumbá. It was also the site of an experimental deployment of WiMAX, sponsored by Intel, in late 2006.

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