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Santarém is a city in the state of Pará in Brazil. The Tapajós joins the Amazon River there, and it is a popular location for tourism. Santarém is also the name of the city in Portugal that gave its name to this Brazilian city. The Brazilian city is the home to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santarém. Santarém is an important regional market center in Lower Amazonia located midway between the larger cities of Belém and Manaus. The city has seen many 'cycles' of development dominated by one or a few economic activities, including (in the last century) rubber tapping, coffee production and gold mining. Most recently, there has been a huge growth in the area of soy plantations. Another popular place for tourism is the village of Alter do Chão (Brazil), which is located by the Tapajós river.
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