The State of Amazonas, Brazil
With an area of 1,570,745.7 km2, Amazonas is the largest State in Brazil.
As a matter of fact, Amazonas is bigger than most countries in the World; France, for example, the biggest country in Western Europe, has an area of 547,030 km2, and Texas, the biggest State of mainland USA, has an area of 695,621 km2.
Below, a map of the State of Amazonas.
The capital city is Manaus.
Other important cities are Itacoatiara, Manacapuru, Parintins, Tefé and Tabatinga.
There are 62 cities in the State; see list of all cities in Amazonas.
The map below shows the location of Amazonas in Brazil.
Amazonas makes borders with the neighbour countries of Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia, and with the Brazilian States of Roraima, Pará, Mato Grosso, Acre and Rondônia.