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Alto Paraíso de Goiás
Chapada dos Veadeiros - Veadeiros Tablelands

Alto Paraíso de Goiás é um município do Nordeste Goiano, localizado na Chapada dos Veadeiros, junto as outras quatro cidades: Cavalcante, Teresina de Goiás, Colinas do Sul e São João D'Aliança.

Está localizado a 230km de Brasília-DF e a 420 km de Goiânia-GO. Sua população é de 6.638 habitantes e possui uma área de 2.594 km² conforme os dados do IBGE/2007. No Município encontra-se o ponto mais alto do Planalto Central com, Pouso Alto com 1.676 metros de altura.

É reconhecida por seu valioso santuário ecológico, fauna e flora típicas da vegetação predominante, o Cerrado. Considerada um patrimônio natural mundial, pela UNESCO. Atrai turistas do mundo inteiro. Desde aqueles que buscam descanso em meio às belezas naturais e tranqüilidade junto ao astral mástico que envolve a cidade, até os que estão atrás de aventuras radicais em interação com a natureza.

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