Northeast Brazil


The Northeast Brazil Region is the third largest region of Brazil and the largest in number of states, nine: Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Maranhão, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio Grande do Norte and Sergipe. Its total area is 1.561.177km² similar to the total area of Mongolia. The region has 3.338km beaches, Bahia being the state with the largest extension with 938km of coast and Piauí the smallest, with 60km of coastline. The Northeast Region is known for its sunny and mild weather days all year long, an average temperature between 20 ° and 28 ° C. In localized areas above 200m and of the eastern coast the average is 24 ° to 26 ° C. There are some places in the region where average temperatures are even lower than 20 ° C, which are in the Chapada Diamantina and Borborema Plateau. The rate of annual precipitation ranges from 300 to 2,000 mm. There are four climate types in the Northeast: Humid equatorial, Coastal wet, Tropical and semi-arid in some regions. The vegetation of the Northeast varies greatly, there are stretches of Atlantic forest, savannah and mangroves, among others.

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