Calmon is a city Brésil ienne northern of the State of Santa Catarina. It is located by a Latitude of 26º 36 ' 00" south and by a Longitude of 51º 05 ' 49" west, with a Altitude of: 1200 meters. Its population was estimated at: 4069 inhabitants in 2006. The municipality extends on 640 km ².
General informationThe community of São Castling, already installed in the area, changed name into 1909 to become Calmon, during the inauguration of the railway station by the Public Minister for Labor, Miguel Calmon Of the Pine E Almeida. The locality believed then not far from the line of Railroad, living exploitation of the Bois. It sheltered the largest sawmill of South America, supplied with forests of Araucaria S. During the Guerre of Contestado, on September 5th 1914, the sertanejos set fire to the station and destroyed the sawmill.
Close citiesCalmon is close to the municipalities ( municípios ) following:
- Matos Costa
- Oporto União
- Timbó Large
- Lebon Governed
- General Carneiro in the State of the Paraná
- Official site of the municipality
- Calmon on the official site of the State de Santa Catarina
- Given on Calmon on the site of the federation of the municipalities of Santa Catarina
- Card of Calmon in the base of data of the IBGE
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