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Bebedouro is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2003 was 78,433. The area is 684.43 square kilometres. The elevation is 573 metres. The distance from São Paulo city is about 390 km. The foundation of the city took place on May 3, 1884. The name comes from a stream used by cowboys in the 19th century for stopping and taking water. The city grew because of coffee, and, today, it is famous because of orange cultivation and orange juice factories. The municipality contains 3 districts: Bebedouro, Botafogo and Turvínea. There are two more villages: Andes and Areias. Andes is considered as an urban area, although it is not officially a district. There is another locality famous historically because in the past it was a train station between Bebedouro and Botafogo: Mirante de São Paulo. In Bebedouro, there are 3 hospitals, 13 health centers, several shopping stores, 1 movie theater, 1 theater, three museums, 1 cultural center, more than 10 supermarkets, two colleges, more than 30 schools, and 7 hotels.
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