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Araraquara

Araraquara is a city of 200,000 people in São Paulo Brazil, known for its oranges and sugar cane.

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  • SP-310 - Washington Luís Highway (Rodovia Washington Luís) links the city to São José do Rio Preto in the northwest and São Carlos to the southeast
  • SP-255 - (Rodovia Antonion Machado Sant'Anna) connects to Ribeirão Preto in the northeast via a stretch known as the Antonio Machado Sant'Anna Highway, and to Jaú and Bauru, via a stretch known as the Comandante João Ribeiro de Barros Highway.

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Igreja Matriz de São Bento
Museu de Arqueologia e Paleontologia
  • Igreja Matriz de São Bento.
  • Museu de Arqueologia e Paleontologia de Araraquara, Rua Voluntários da Pátria, 1485 - Centro (at the corner with Av. Portugal), +55 16 3332-4933. Tu-Fr 9AM-noon, 1PM-5:30PM; Sa 9AM-noon.

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