In the interior region of the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, there is a county (municipio) and city called as Campinas. It is the third largest city in the state following Sao Paulo and Guarulhos. The area of the county is 797.6 square kilometers. Out of the total population, more than 98 percent is in the urban region. Campinas is located on the central plateau. The society at this place has given rise to textile industry, sugar refining, food industries and metallurgical factories. It is a coffee-trading center and a major transportation hub. The city has developed into a processing and distribution center for a diversified agricultural region.
The population of Campinas as per the 2004 estimate was 1.059 million.
Campinas is blessed with excellent climate all around the year and for more than 200 days in a year there are sunny and hot days. The average yearly temperature is 22.4 degrees Celsius and this varies from 7.2 degrees Celsius to 35.9 degrees Celsius.
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