Population 2,225,000 (UA)
Goiânia is a planned city founded on October 24, 1933 by then Governor Pedro Ludovico to serve as the new state capital and administrative center. Prior to this date, the state capital was the town of Goiás.
Goiânia is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Goiás. The first buildings in this planned city, designed by Atílio Correia Lima, were inspired by Art Deco. The collection of buildings in the city is still representative, with a total of 22 of them listed as National Heritage. While Goiânia's economy today is based on a variety of industries, the local economy's roots are found in the agricultural industry thriving in and around the city. The supply of agricultural equipment, tools, fertilizer and various other products make up a large portion of the city's economic activity.
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Pray for new schools to take place at the YWAM base in order to train more missionaries in this city.
Pray for the children's ministry that the base is involved in