city, capital of Amapá estado (state), northern Brazil, on the northern channel (Canal do Norte) of the Amazon Delta, situated on a small plateau of ... [1 related articles]
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Macapá is a Brazilian city, the capital of Amapá state. The city is located in the North Region, and is the only state capital that has no highway connections with other capitals. Also of interest is the fact that the north and south sections of the city are divided by the equator. ==Regional Statistics == It is the fifth wealthiest city in nort
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Macapá (mukupä') , city (1996 pop. 214,197), capital of Amapá state, extreme N Brazil, on the Amazon River. Mining is central to its economy. It exports tin iron, gold, and manganese, as well as lumber, oil, animal pelts, and fish. Manufactures include rubber products and auto...
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