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Pico da Bandeira, or Mount Bandeira (Portuguese for Flag Peak) is the third highest mountain in Brazil, situated on the border of Espírito Santo and Minas Gerais states. It is the highest point in both states. It was historically considered the highest mountain in Brazil until 1965, when Pico da Neblina, next to the Venezuelan border, was explored, measured, and found to be higher.
Latitude: -20° 26' 4.19" S
Longitude: -41° 47' 28.19" W
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