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  1. Let's see how globalized and diverse NintendoRadar is! Vote above, and if you want, post images and interesting topics about your city! Mine is: Barra Mansa, located in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. By american standards, I would say it is a middle-sized city, by population (near 200,000). Quite calm (it's translated name is Meek Inlet (or something like that), after all), but it's been getting a lot more chaotic (in traffic, I mean) in these last years. Interesting (and international) historic fact: In World War 2, Brazil was still kind indecisous about joining the war efforts (as any latin nation was); however, when Roosevelt visited Vargas to discuss our entry in the side of the Allies, America agreed in subsidize the construction of CSN, Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional (or National Siderurgy Company), to boost our nation industry. The location of the facility? Yup, Barra Mansa (nowadays, it is in Volta Redonda, an old district of ours, that the plant is located). The plant is much more massive than this image; it looks like an city on its own! So, what's yours?

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