Campo Grande International Airport (IATA: CGR, ICAO: SBCG), sometimes also informally referred to as Antônio João Airport, after the neighborhood where it is located, is the airport serving Campo Grande, Brazil.
Latitude and longitude of Campo Grande
Campo Grande (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈkɐ̃pu ˈɡɾɐ̃dʒi], Great Field) is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the Center-West region of the country. The city is nicknamed Cidade Morena ("Swarthy City" in Portuguese) because of the reddish-brown colour of the region's soil. It has a population of 796,252, according to a 2011 IBGE estimate, while its metropolitan area is home to 991,420 people (2010).
Latitude: -20° 26' 34.01" S
Longitude: -54° 38' 47.00" W
Articles of interest in Campo Grande
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Autódromo Internacional de Campo Grande is a motorsports circuit located in Campo Grande, Brazil.
Terenos is a municipality located in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul.
Morenão, also known as Estádio Universitário Pedro Pedrossian, is the home ground of Operário and Esporte Clube Comercial.