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Goiás, Brazil

Alternative Names:Estado de Goias, Estado de Goiás, Estat de Goias, Estat de Goiás, GO, Goias, Goias suyu, Goiasensis, Goiasi osariik, Goiaz, Goiàs, Goiás, Goiás suyu, Goiási osariik, Gojas, Gojasa, Gojasas, Gojash, Gojaso, Goyas, Goyaz, Shtat Gajas, ge ya si zhou, ghwyas, go'iyasa, goiaseu ju, goiasi, goiasu zhou, goya'esa, goyasa, gwyas, gwyyas, rath ko yas, Гояс, Гојас, Гојаш, Штат Гаяс, גויאס, غوياس, گوئیاس, گویاس, گوییاس, गोइयास, गोयाएस, গোয়াস, รัฐโกยาส, གོ་ཡཟི་, გოიასი, ゴイアス州, 戈亚斯州, 고이아스 주
Type:First-order administrative division - a primary administrative division of a country, such as a state in the United States
Mindat Locality:Goiás, Brazil
Goiânia1,171,195 (2010)
Aparecida de Goiânia510,770 (2012)
Anápolis319,587 (2012)
Luziânia143,601 (2012)
Trindade97,521 (2012)
Planaltina88,853 (2012)
Formosa81,232 (2016)
Itumbiara79,582 (2012)
Jataí76,547 (2015)
Caldas Novas63,675 (2014)
Population:6,004,045 (2014)
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