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Córrego do Ouro State Goiás Coordinates: 16°38′50″S 50°32′52″W / 16.64722°S 50.54778°W / -16.64722; -50.54778 Area: 463.9 km² Population: 2,633 (IBGE 2007) Population density: 5.70 inhab/km² (2007) Elevation: 563 m above sea level Postcode (CEP): 76145-000 Became a city: 1953 Mayor: João Theodoro de Rezende Distance to Goiânia: 171 km. IBGE statistical microregion: Iporá Microregion Website: none (24/03/2008 Córrego do Ouro is 172 km. from Goiânia Córrego do Ouro is a small town and municipality in eastern Goiás state, Brazil. Contents 1 Location and Highway Connections 2 Demographics 3 The economy 4 Health and education 5 History 6 References 7 See also // Location and Highway Connections Córrego do Ouro is located in the Iporá Microregion west of the state capital, Goiânia. It is 45 km. northwest of São Luís de Montes Belos, the largest town in the region. Goiânia lies at a distance of 171 km. Highway connections from Goiânia were made by GO-060 / Trindade / Claudinápolis (district) / GO-326 / Anicuns / GO-222 / GO-326 / Sanclerlândia / Buriti de Goiás / GO-518. Seplan. Neighboring municipalities: Moiporá, Israelândia, Fazenda Nova, Novo Brasil, Buriti de Goiás, and Adelândia Demographics Population in 1980: 4,367 Population in 2007: 2,633 Urban population: 1,571 Rural population: 1,062 Population growth rate: -1.77% The economy The main economic activities were cattle raising (64,200 in 2006) and agriculture. Main crops were rice, bananas, and corn. There was one dairy: Laticínios Farlat - Indústria e Comércio Ltda (2007) GDP (R$ 1,000.00) in 2005: 18,252 Per capita GDP (R$ 1.00) n 2005: 6,577 Agricultural data 2006 Farms: 368 Total area: 40,656 ha. Area of permanent crops: 299 ha. Area of perennial crops: 496 ha. Area of natural pasture: 29,174 ha. Area of woodland and forests: 9,691 ha. Persons dependent on farming: 900 Farms with tractors: 27 Number of tractors: 29 Cattle herd: 54,200 head Health and education Literacy rate: 85.6% (2000) Schools: 04 (2007) Students: 728 Infant mortality rate: 27.14 in 1,000 live births (2000) Hospitals: 01 with 16 beds Municipal Human Development Index: 0.726 History The history of Córrego do Ouro began in 1934 with the dynamism of Padre Alexandre Pereira. A bridge was built across the Rio Fartura and the population began to grow. In 1948 it was raised to the status of district belonging to Goiás to be granted autonomy in 1953. References IBGE Seplan Frigoletto City Brazil See also List of municipalities in Goiás Microregions of Goiás