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What are the main mountains in Brazil?

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There are a variety of popular mountain ranges in Brazil, including the Serra do Espinhaco, the Pico da Bandeira and the Pedra da Mina. Brazil also boasts some tall mountain ranges, including the Tumucumaque, Imeri and the Pacaraima mountain ranges.

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What are the main mountains in Brazil?
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Mount Roraima is one of the most popular hiking mountains in the region. It lies on the border between Brazil and Venezuela. It is the highest mountain in the Pakaraima, and it is part of the Guiana Highlands. The highest inhabited peak located in Santa Catarina is the Morro do Igreja. This mountain is also considered the coldest point in Brazil because temperatures in the winter often drop below freezing.

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