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The Central South is an inland region in the state of Bahia in Brazil. It is famous of being centre of the diamond rush of 19th century.


Map of Central South (Bahia)
  • 1 Brumado — draw visitors to the mountainous landscapes of Serra das Éguas
  • 2 Lençóis — this charming city with cobblestone streets serves as a "base camp" of visitors setting out to explore the Chapada Diamantina National Park
  • 3 Palmeiras — the main hub for Vale do Capão and the Chapada Diamantina National Park
  • 4 Vale do Capão — a valley and a village in the Chapada Diamantina National Park
  • 5 Vitória da Conquista — among the coldest cities in the Northeast Region of Brazil, it hosts the Bahia Winter Festival

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  • 1 Chapada Diamantina National Park — its many rivers make incredible waterfalls as they fall off the vertical walls of the mountains. The vegetation is of open grassy fields with isolated trees (similar to the African savannah) with some thicker vegetation along the rivers.


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