Rio Grande do Sul

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State o Rio Grande do Sul


Coat of arms
Motto: Liberdade, Igualdade, Humanidade (Portuguese)
"Liberty, Equality, Humanity"
Anthem: Hino Rio-Grandense
Location o State o Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil
Coordinates: 30°S 53°W / 30°S 53°W / -30; -53
Kintra  Brazil
Caipital an Lairgest Ceety Porto Alegre
 • Govrenor José Ivo Sartori
 • Vice Govrenor José Paulo Dornelles Cairoli
 • Tot 281,748.538 km2 (108,783.719 sq mi)
Aurie rank 9t
Population (2010 census)[1]
 • Tot 10,695,532
 • Rank 5t
 • Density 38/km2 (98/sq mi)
 • Density rank 13t
Demonym Gaúcho or Sul-rio-grandense
 • Year 2008 estimate
 • Total R$ 199,499,000,000 (4t)
 • Per caipita R$ 18.378,17 (6t)
 • Year 2005
 • Category 0.832 – high (4t)
Time zone BRT (UTC-3)
 • Summer (DST) BRST (UTC-2)
Postal Code 90000-000 to 99990-000
ISO 3166 code BR-RS

Rio Grande do Sul (Portuguese pronunciation: [hiw ˈɡɾɐ̃dʒi du suw] ( listen);[2] lit. "Great River o the Sooth") is the soothmaist state in Brazil, an the state wi the fift heichest Human Development Index (HDI) in the kintra.[3]

In this state is locatit the soothmaist ceety in the kintra, Chuí, on the border wi Uruguay. In the region o Bento Gonçalves an Caxias do Sul, the lairgest wine producin center in Brazil, the attraction is Italian gastronomy. Besides the European influence, the gaúchos, or inhabitants o Rio Grande do Sul, strangly cultivate the traditions o the Pampas — region o the border wi Uruguay an Argentinae — such as drinkin mate (kent as chimarrão drunk in special gourd cups), eatin the typical barbecue, kent as churrasco, and the traditional clothes are the bombachas (baggy trousers), buits an lairge hats. Although the majority o the population dresses non-traditionally, there is a widespread value for tradition an cultur, which renders the image o "cultural zealots" sometimes attributed tae the gauchos.

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  1. Censo 2010: população do Brasil é de 190.732.694 pessoas
  2. As pronooncit in Porto Alegre. The European Portuguese pronunciation is [ˈʁi-u ˈɡɾɐ̃ð(ɨ) du ˈsuɫ].
  3. IPEADATA (in Portuguese)

 This airticle incorporates text fae a publication nou in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11t ed.). Cambridge University Press. 

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