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Coordinates: 21°08′16″S 48°58′22″W / 21.13778°S 48.97278°W / -21.13778; -48.97278 Catanduva's location in São Paulo state Catanduva (pronounced:Caatanduva) is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. It was founded on April 14, 1918. Its elevation is 503 m, and the area is 2,935.6 km². The population in 2009 was 114,812. Catanduva's economy is based on commerce, service, industry, and agriculture. It is the 2nd-largest city in the northwest portion of the state of São Paulo. Contents 1 History 1.1 Name 1.2 Anniversary and Emancipation 2 Weather 3 Hydrography 4 Microregion 5 Sports // History The founders of Catanduva remain unknown. There are two different histories.[further explanation needed] The community's original name was "Cerradinho", a little town built on the banks of the São Domingos River. Name Catanduva (caatanduva) is a word of Indian origin meaning "crazy vegetation" or "unhealthy vegetation". It is a reference to the Brazilian cerrado. Anniversary and Emancipation Catanduva's anniversary is celebrated on April 14. Political emancipation occurred on this date in the year 1918. Weather The climate is tropical, with dry and mild winters − the average temperature of the coldest month is above 17°C, and the average precipitation of the driest month is less than 60 mm. Its Köppen climate classification is Aw. The average annual temperature is 25.33°C. Hydrography São Domingo river Brook "Barro Preto" Brook "Fundo" Brook "Dos Coqueiros" Brook "Do retirinho" Brook "Jacu" Microregion Catanduva's Mircoregion is one belonging to meso Sao Jose do Rio Preto. Its population was estimated in 2006 by IBGE at 220,261 inhabitants and is divided into thirteen municipalities. It has a total area of 2279.229 km². Sports Grêmio Catanduvense de Futebol is the city's football club. It replaced other now-defunct football clubs, Catanduva Esporte Clube, Grêmio Esportivo Catanduvense, Catanduva Esporte e Clube, and Clube Atlético Catanduvense. 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