Tiradentes (disambiguation)

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Tiradentes (1746–1792) was a Brazilian hero of the Independence Movement.

Tiradentes political activist for Brazilian independence

Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, known as Tiradentes, was a leading member of the Brazilian revolutionary movement known as Inconfidência Mineira, whose aim was full independence from Portuguese colonial power and creation of a Brazilian republic.

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Tiradentes, Minas Gerais Municipality in Southeast, Brazil

Tiradentes is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is located at 21°06′37″S44°12′41″W, has an area of 83.5 km², and a maximum elevation above sea level of 927 m. Tiradentes had an estimated population of 6,364, as of 2004. The original village was established in 1702 and became a city on 19 January 1718. In 1889 the city was renamed from São José del Rey in honour of the national hero who was born nearby.

Tiradentes do Sul is a municipality in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Tiradentes (São Paulo Metro) metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Tiradentes is a station on Line 1 (Blue) of the São Paulo Metro. It's placed nearby Escola Técnica Estadual de São Paulo, near access to the ROTA headquarters and for the Tiradentes Avenue. It has two accesses toward it.


Grêmio Esportivo Tiradentes, commonly known as Tiradentes, was a is a Brazilian football team, based in city of Ceilândia, in the Distrito Federal, founded in 1967 and dissolved circa 2001. The winner of the Championship of the Federal District of 1988 competed five times in the Série C and once in the Série B and in the Copa do Brasil. For a short time, the club was known as Flamengo Esportivo Tiradentes de Brasília.

Sociedade Esportiva Tiradentes, commonly known as Tiradentes, are a Brazilian football team from Teresina. They won the Campeonato Piauiense five times and competed in the Série A five times. The women's team competed twice in the Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino.

Associação Esportiva Tiradentes

Associação Esportiva Tiradentes, commonly known as Tiradentes, is a Brazilian football club based in Fortaleza, Ceará state. They competed in the Série C once.

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