World Cup 2014 in Brazil

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Host cities - Statistics comparison

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The table below compares the host cities of the World Cup Brazil.
You may also be interested in this table with distance between the host cities.

CityPopulationEconomy SizeIncome
Per Capita
Belo Horizonte2,385,639R$ 44,595,205R$ 18,18234.913C/ 55F25C/ 77F10 mm
Brasilia2,609,997R$ 131,487,268R$ 50,43834.213C/ 55F25C/ 77F10 mm
Cuiaba556,299R$ 9,816,819R$ 17,83040.117C/ 63F32C/ 90F10 mm
Curitiba1,764,540R$ 45,762,418R$ 24,72055.98C/ 46F20C/ 68F90 mm
Fortaleza2,476,589R$ 31,789,186R$ 12,68745.922C/ 72F30C/ 86F100 mm
Manaus1,832,423R$ 40,486,107R$ 23,28646.723C/ 74F31C/ 88F100 mm
Natal810,780R$ 10,369,581R$ 12,86232.321C/ 70F28C/ 82F200 mm
Porto Alegre1,413,094R$ 37,787,913R$ 26,31236.810C/ 50F20C/ 68F120 mm
Recife1,546,516R$ 24,835,340R$ 15,90357.921C/ 70F28C/ 82F370 mm
Rio de Janeiro6,355,949R$ 175,739,349R$ 28,40524.318C/ 64F25C/ 77F40 mm
Salvador2,693,605R$ 32,824,229R$ 10,94855.522C/ 72F26C/ 79F180 mm
Sao Paulo11,316,149R$ 389,317,167R$ 35,27113.012C/ 54F22C/ 72F50 mm

1) Population in year 2011; source: Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).
2) Total Product, in R$ 1,000; year 2009; source: IBGE.
3) Income per capita, in R$ 1, year 2009; source: IBGE.
4) Violence: rate of homicide = number of homicides by 100,000 inhabitants, in the year 2010; source: Map of the Violence, page 30.
5) Approximate maximum and minimum temperatures (in C and F) and pluviosity levels (in mm) for the months of June and July.
Source: Brazilian Institute of Meteorology; click on the link "Graficos Meteorologicos"; select parameters (maximum of 4 parameters) to generate graphs; a graph of Max and Min Temperatures, for the period 1961 to 1990, for the city of Rio de Janeiro, will look like the image below:
graph temperatures