Old Map of East Brazil, 1967: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Amazon River, Pantanal
Old Map of East Brazil, 1967: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Amazon River, Pantanal
Old Map of East Brazil, 1967: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Amazon River, Pantanal
Old Map of East Brazil, 1967: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Amazon River, Pantanal

Old Map of East Brazil, 1967: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Amazon River, Pantanal

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This 1967 map of Brazil - East - Central, published by the Polish Army Topography Service, is a detailed political and physical map that provides a comprehensive overview of the region. The map covers the eastern and central regions of Brazil, including the major cities of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Belo Horizonte, as well as numerous smaller towns and villages. It also depicts various geographical features, such as the Amazon River, the São Francisco River, and the Pantanal, as well as national parks and historical events that occurred in the 20 years prior to the map's publication.

The map is meticulously crafted, with intricate details and vibrant colors that bring the region to life. The physical features are clearly delineated, with mountains, rivers, and forests depicted in great detail. The political boundaries are also clearly marked, making it easy to identify the different states and municipalities within the region. The map also includes inset maps of Brasilia and Rio De Janeiro, providing a closer look at these important cities.

One of the most striking features of the map is the extensive road and rail network that connects the various cities and towns. This network highlights the importance of transportation and infrastructure in the development of the region. The map also includes symbols and labels for airports, ports, and other important landmarks, making it a valuable resource for travelers and historians alike.

In addition to its geographical and political information, the map also provides a glimpse into the history of the region. The inset map of Brasilia, for example, showcases the newly constructed capital city, which was inaugurated in 1960. The map also includes notes on historical events that occurred in the 20 years prior to its publication, such as the 1956 election of Juscelino Kubitschek as president of Brazil and the 1964 military coup d'état that established a military dictatorship in the country.

Overall, this map is a fascinating and informative document that provides a wealth of information about Brazil - East - Central. It is a valuable resource for historians, geographers, and anyone interested in learning more about this vibrant and diverse region.

Towns and Cities

  • São Paulo (1967 population: 5,924,312)
  • Rio de Janeiro (1967 population: 4,252,468)
  • Salvador (1967 population: 633,123)
  • Belo Horizonte (1967 population: 988,000)
  • Fortaleza (1967 population: 605,000)
  • Recife (1967 population: 791,000)
  • Porto Alegre (1967 population: 815,000)
  • Curitiba (1967 population: 421,000)
  • Brasília (1967 population: 250,000)
  • Manaus (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Belém (1967 population: 389,000)
  • São Luís (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Teresina (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Natal (1967 population: 150,000)
  • João Pessoa (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Maceió (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Aracaju (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Vitória (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Campos dos Goytacazes (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Volta Redonda (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Duque de Caxias (1967 population: 150,000)
  • São Gonçalo (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Nova Iguaçu (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Petrópolis (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Niterói (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Juiz de Fora (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Uberlândia (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Ribeirão Preto (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Sorocaba (1967 population: 150,000)
  • Campinas (1967 population: 150,000)

National Parks

  • Iguaçu National Park
  • Serra da Capivara National Park
  • Tijuca National Park
  • Itatiaia National Park
  • Emas National Park

Geographical Features and Natural Landmarks

  • Amazon River
  • São Francisco River
  • Paraná River
  • Pantanal
  • Iguazu Falls

Historical Events

  • 1956: Juscelino Kubitschek becomes president of Brazil and begins construction of Brasília, the new capital city.
  • 1960: Brasília is inaugurated as the new capital of Brazil.
  • 1964: A military coup d'état overthrows the government of João Goulart and establishes a military dictatorship in Brazil.
  • 1967: The Polish Army Topography Service publishes the 'Brazil - East - Central' map.
  • 1968: Student protests against the military dictatorship begin in Brazil.

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