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Santo Antônio do Monte Flag Seal Nickname(s): Samonte Santo Antônio do Monte Coordinates: 20°05′13″S 45°37′38″W / 20.08694°S 45.62722°W / -20.08694; -45.62722Coordinates: 20°05′13″S 45°37′38″W / 20.08694°S 45.62722°W / -20.08694; -45.62722 Country Brazil Region Southeast State Minas Gerais Municipal incorporation November 16, 1875 Government  - Mayor Leonardo Lacerda Camilo (PPS) Area  - Total 1,129.365 km2 (436.1 sq mi) Population (2006)[1]  - Total 25,694  - Density 22.75/km2 (58.9/sq mi) Time zone UTC-3 (UTC-3)  - Summer (DST) UTC-2 (UTC-2) Santo Antônio do Monte (Portuguese, St. Antony of the Hill) is a town in the western central part of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Its coordinates are 20.0856/20° 5' 13" S and the longitude is 41.2495/41° 17' 38" W. It has 27,534 inhabitants (2006). The city is located 194 km west of state capital Belo Horizonte. The city is also known as Samonte. Santo Antonio do Monte was founded in the 18th century and it became a municipality in November 16th, 1875. Contents 1 Neighboring municipalities 2 Other 3 External links 4 References // Neighboring municipalities Divinópolis Lagoa da Prata Formiga Pedra do Indaiá São Sebastião do Oeste Arcos Luz Bom Despacho Other Santo Antônio do Monte has schools or collegiates, a high school, churches, squares and parks. The main economic activity of the city is the production of fireworks. Nowadays there are in the city about 50 firework factories. External links (Portuguese) http://www.citybrazil.com.br/mg/stoantoniomonte/ Prefeitura de Santo Antônio do Monte (government site) References ^ "Estimativas das Populações Residentes, em 01.07.2006, Segundo os Municípios" (in Portuguese). IBGE. http://www.ibge.gov.br/home/estatistica/populacao/estimativa2006/POP_2006_DOU.pdf. Retrieved 2006-09-01.  This geographical article relating to Minas Gerais is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e