A brief glimpse into the past

[Cearense A '19] 5ª Rodada | FC Atlético Cearense 5 X 1 AD Iguatu | TV ARTILHEIRO
[Cearense A '19] 5ª Rodada | FC Atlético Cearense 5 X 1 AD Iguatu | TV ARTILHEIRO

[23.01.2019] Campeonato Cearense | Série A | 1ª Fase | 5ª Rodada | Futebol Clube Atlético Cearense 5 X 1 Associação Desportiva Iguatu | Estádio Municipal ...



[Cearense '19] Coletivas Pós-Jogo Ferroviário AC 4 X 1 AD Iguatu | TV ARTILHEIRO
[Cearense '19] Coletivas Pós-Jogo Ferroviário AC 4 X 1 AD Iguatu | TV ARTILHEIRO

[16.01.2019] Entrevistas Coletivas Siloé (FAC), Edson Cariús (FAC), Marcelo Vilar (FAC), Elanardo (IG) e Roberto Carlos (IG) | Pós-Jogo Ferroviário Atlético ...



[Cearense A '19] 3ª Rodada | Ferroviário AC 4 X 1 AD Iguatu | Narr.: Dênis Medeiros | TV ARTILHEIRO
[Cearense A '19] 3ª Rodada | Ferroviário AC 4 X 1 AD Iguatu | Narr.: Dênis Medeiros | TV ARTILHEIRO

[16.01.2019] Campeonato Cearense | Série A | 1ª Fase | 3ª Rodada | Ferroviário Atlético Clube 4 X 1 Associação Desportiva Iguatu | Estádio Presidente Varga ...



10 Chances Perdidas - Barbalha 2x0 Iguatu
10 Chances Perdidas - Barbalha 2x0 Iguatu

Lances que poderiam ter gerado gol na derrota do Iguatu diante do Barbalha pelo Cearense 2019.



Team, Place & City Details

Tiradentes, Minas Gerais
Tiradentes, Minas Gerais

Tiradentes is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is located at 21°06′37″S 44°12′41″W, has an area of 83.5 km², and a maximum elevation above sea level of 927 m.

Tiradentes (disambiguation)

Tiradentes was a Brazilian hero of the Independence Movement.

Tiradentes
Tiradentes

Joaquim José da Silva Xavier , known as Tiradentes (pronounced [tʃiɾɐˈdẽtʃis]), was a leading member of the Brazilian revolutionary movement known as Inconfidência Mineira, whose aim was full independence from Portuguese colonial power and creation of a Brazilian republic. When the separatists' plot was uncovered by authorities, Tiradentes was arrested, tried and publicly hanged.

Tiradentes do Sul

Tiradentes do Sul is a municipality in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The municipality would be partially flooded by the proposed Panambí Dam.

Tiradentes (São Paulo Metro)
Tiradentes (São Paulo Metro)

Tiradentes is a station on Line 1 of the São Paulo Metro. It's placed nearby Escola Técnica Estadual de São Paulo (São Paulo's State Technical School — ETESP), near access to the ROTA headquarters and for the Tiradentes Avenue.

Expresso Tiradentes
Expresso Tiradentes

Expresso Tiradentes is the bus rapid transit system in São Paulo, Brazil. It is a mid-capacity transportation system that began construction in mid- 1997, under the name of Fura-Fila.

Inconfidência Mineira
Inconfidência Mineira

Inconfidência Mineira was an unsuccessful separatist movement in Brazil in 1789. It was the result of a confluence of external and internal causes in what was then a Portuguese colony.

Public holidays in Brazil

In Brazil, public holidays may be legislated at the federal, statewide and municipal levels. Most holidays are observed nationwide.Apart from the yearly official holidays , the Constitution of Brazil also establishes that election days are to be considered national holidays as well.

Iguatu
Iguatu

Iguatu is a city in Ceará, a Brazilian State, with a population of 103,255 . Agenor Neto is the city's mayor.

Iguatu, Paraná
Iguatu, Paraná

Iguatu is a municipality in the state of Paraná in the Southern Region of Brazil.

Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls

Iguazú Falls or Iguaçu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. Together, they make up the largest waterfall system in the world.

Iguazu River
Iguazu River

The Iguazu River is a river in Brazil and Argentina. It is an important tributary of the Paraná River.

Iguaçu National Park
Iguaçu National Park

Iguaçu National Park is a national park in Paraná State, Brazil. It comprises a total area of 185,262.5 hectares (457,794 acres) and a length of about 420 kilometres (260 mi), 300 kilometres (190 mi) of which are natural borders by bodies of water and the Argentine and Brazilian sides together comprise around 260,000 hectares (640,000 acres).