Abaiara

human settlement in Brazil
Statistics
State: Ceará
Area: 182.6 km²
Area (% of the state) 0,14%
Population: 7,217
Pop. density: 45.2 inh./km²
Latitude: 7°21'32"
Longitude: 39°02'44"
Timezone: GMT−3
Altitude: 400m
Official Day: September 4
Name meaning: Homem Ilustre

(in Portuguese)

Distance from capital: 508 km
Official saint: Sacred Heart of Jesus

Catholic

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Abaiara is a city in the south region of the state of Ceará, Brazil.

HistoryEdit

Its history goes back to the 19th century, when two farmers, José Leite da Cunha and José Júlio Sampaio, settled in the area.