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Salvador is recognized throughout the country for its gastronomy, music and architecture, making it an important international tourist spot. The first headquarters of the Portuguese colonial administration in Brazil, it is considered one of the first planned cities and one of the oldest cities in Latin America. In addition to being highlighted by its culture and history, Salvador is developing to become a smart city, receiving prominence in several areas in the Connected Smart Cities Ranking. The city receives the 17th
The fourth edition of the Connected Smart Cities will count on the partnership of the National Front of Mayors (FNP) and the Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities to hold the Northeast Regional Meeting in Salvador (BA). The event will be held on March 15 and will be at Senai Cimatec. The city of Salvador is a highlight and example of development in several sectors. According to the Connected Smart Cities Ranking, conducted by Urban Systems, the city is the
The south region of the country is highlighted when it is verified the indicators of health, mortality rate, quality of life and education. The region concentrates a significant industrial area, which extends from Curitiba (PR) to Blumenau in Santa Catarina and another area that extends to Porto Alegre, to the north, with Caxias do Sul (RS) as its center. Very influential in the economy of the country, the population of the south was influenced by Italian and German immigrants, becoming