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Properties for Sale in Beberibe, Ceará, Brazil

Beberibe is a municipality in the state of Ceará in Brazil. Its estimated population in 2006 is 46,439. The main beaches of Beberibe (“praias”) are:

The Beberibe Cliffs Natural Monument was instituted in 2004 to protect the sea cliffs of Beberibe, which were being visited by 400 people per day. The designation protects the cliffs from damage and allows visitors to access them only with authorized guides

But it was not until the start of the 19th century that the village became occupied when Baltazar Ferreira do Vale, a resident of Riacho Fundo, in Cascavel, and Pedro Queiroz Lima, a resident from the farm of Mirador, in Aquiraz, bought farms there.

the status of Beberibe as a Municipality or a District continually changed up until 1951, when, petitioned by Appeals Court judge Boanerges Facó, governor Raul Barbosa passed a law establishing Beberibe as a municipality and the autonomy which came with such a designation. It was not until 1955 that the Municipality was officially installed.

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