Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Brazil

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1514
Funchal (established by the Portuguese, see footnote) - Portugal
1551
São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos (detached from Funchal) - Brazil
1575
São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro (Prel., detached from São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos) -Brazil
1614
Pernambuco (Prel., detached from São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos) - Brazil
1614
São Luís do Maranhão (ecclesiastical administration, detached from Pernambuco) - Brazil
1676
Olinda (D, and new name, previously Pernambuco Prel.) - Brazil
1676
São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
1676
São Salvador da Bahia (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Lisboa) - Brazil
1677
São Luís do Maranhão - Brazil 
1720
Belém do Pará (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1745
Goiás (Prel., detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1745
Mariana (detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1745
São Paulo (detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1746
Cuiabá (Prel., detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1826
Cuiabá - Brazil
1826
Goiás - Brazil
1848
São Pedro do Rio Grande (detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1854
Diamantina (detached from Mariana) - Brazil
1854
Ceará (detached from Olinda) - Brazil 
1892
Amazonas (detached from Belém) - Brazil
1892
Curitiba (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1892
Niterói (detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1892
Paraíba (detached from Olinda) - Brazil
1892
São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1895
Espírito Santo (detached from Niterói) - Brazil 
1900
Alagoas (detached from Olinda) - Brazil
1900
Pouso Alegre (detached from Mariana) - Brazil
1902
Piauí (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1903
Santarém (Prel., detached from Belém) - Brazil
1906
Belém do Pará (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1906
Mariana (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1907
Campanha (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1907
Nossa Senhora do Monserrate do Rio de Janeiro (Abb., detached from São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro and also given the Federal Territory of Rio Branco, detached from Amazonas) - Brazil
1907
Uberaba (detached from Goiás) - Brazil
1908
Botucatu (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1908
Campinas (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1908
Florianópolis (detached from Curitiba) - Brazil
1908
Ribeirão Preto (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1908
São Carlos do Pinhal (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1908
São Paulo (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1908
Taubaté (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1909
Natal (detached from Paraíba) - Brazil
1910
Alto Solimões (AP, detached from Amazonas) - Brazil
1910
Aracaju (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1910
Corumbá (detached from Cuiabá) - Brazil
1910
Cuiabá (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1910
Floresta (detached from Olinda) - Brazil
1910
Montes Claros (detached from Diamantina) - Brazil
1910
Olinda (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1910
Pelotas (detached from São Pedro do Rio Grande) - Brazil
1910
Porto Alegre (Metr., and new name, previously São Pedro do Rio Grande, was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1910
Santa Maria (detached from São Pedro do Rio Grande) - Brazil
1910
São Luís de Cáceres (detached from Cuiabá) - Brazil
1910
Tefé (AP, detached from Amazonas) - Brazil
1910
Uruguaiana (detached from São Pedro do Rio Grande) - Brazil
1911
Santíssima Conceição do Araguaia (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1913
Araçuaí (detached from Diamantina) - Brazil
1913
Barra (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1913
Caetité (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1913
Ilhéus (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1914
Cajazeiras (detached from Paraíba) - Brazil
1914
Crato (detached from Ceará) - Brazil
1914
Paraíba (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Olinda) - Brazil
1914
Registro do Araguaia (Prel., detached from Cuiabá) - Brazil
1915
Caratinga (detached from Manaus) - Brazil
1915
Sobral (detached from Ceará) - Brazil
1915
Fortaleza (Metr., and new name, previously Ceará, was part of the Metropolitan Province of Olinda) - Brazil
1915
Porto Nacional (detached from Goiás) - Brazil
1916
Guaxupé (detached from Pouso Alegre) - Brazil
1916
Penedo (detached from Alagoas) - Brazil
1917
Diamantina (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Mariana) - Brazil
1917
Maceió (new name, previously Alagoas) - Brazil
1918
Aterrado (detached from Mariana, and from Uberaba) - Brazil
1918
Garanhuns (detached from Olinda) - Brazil
1918
Nazaré (detached from Olinda) - Brazil
1918
Olinda e Recife (Metr., new name, previously Olinda [Metr.]) - Brazil
1918
Pesqueira (new name, previously Floresta) - Brazil
1919
Acre e Purus (Prel., detached from Amazonas) - Brazil 
1920
Bom Jesus do Piauí (Prel., detached from Piauí) - Brazil
1920
Maceió (Metr.) - Brazil
1921
São Luís do Maranhão (AD) - Brazil
1921
Belo Horizonte (detached from Mariana) - Brazil
1922
Barra do Piraí (detached from Niterói) - Brazil
1922
Campos (detached from Niterói) - Brazil
1922
São José do Grajaú (Prel., detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1921
São Luís do Maranhão (Metr., previously AD) - Brazil
1923
Petrolina (detached from Pesqueira) - Brazil
1924
Bananal (Prel., detached from Porto Nacional) - Brazil
1924
Belo Horizonte (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Mariana) - Brazil
1924
Juiz de Fora (detached from Mariana) - Brazil
1924
Santos (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1924
São João do Alto Tocantins (Prel., detached from Goiás) - Brazil
1924
Sorocaba (detached from São Paulo, from Botucatu, and from Taubaté) - Brazil
1925
Bragança Paulista (detached from São Paulo, and from Campinas) - Brazil
1925
Lábrea (Prel., detached from Amazonas) - Brazil
1925
Porto Velho (Prel., detached from Amazonas, and from São Luís de Cáceres) - Brazil
1925
Rio Negro (Prel., previously AP) - Brazil
1925
Valença (detached from Barra do Piraí) - Brazil
1926
Cafelândia (detached from Botucatu) - Brazil
1926
Curitiba (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Paulo) - Brazil
1926
Foz do Iguaçu (Prel., detached from Curitiba) - Brazil
1926
Jacarezinho (detached from Curitiba) - Brazil
1926
Ponta Grossa (detached from Curitiba) - Brazil
1926
São Peregrino Laziosi no Alto Acre e Alto Purus (Prel., new name, previously Acre e Purus) - Brazil
1927
Florianópolis (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Porto Alegre) - Brazil
1927
Joinville (detached from Florianópolis) - Brazil
1927
Lages (detached from Florianópolis) - Brazil
1928
Assis (detached from Botucatu) - Brazil
1928
Gurupi (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1928
Marajó (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1929
Diamantino (Prel., detached from Cuiabá) - Brazil
1929
Guajará-Mirim (Prel., detached from São Luís de Cáceres, and from Porto Velho) - Brazil
1929
Jaboticabal (detached from São Carlos do Pinhal) - Brazil
1929
Jataí (Prel., detached from Goiás) - Brazil
1929
Paracatu (Prel., detached from Montes Claros, and from Uberaba) - Brazil
1929
Rio Preto (detached from São Carlos) - Brazil 
1931
Juruá (Prel., detached from Tefé AP) - Brazil
1932
Goiás (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Mariana) - Brazil
1933
Bonfim (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1933
Palmas (Prel., detached from Lages, and from Ponta Grossa) - Brazil
1934
Caxias (detached from Porto Alegre) - Brazil
1934
Guamá (Prel., new name, previously Gurupi) - Brazil
1934
Mossoró (detached from Natal) - Brazil
1934
Nossa Senhora do Monserrate do Rio de Janeiro (Abb., suppressed)- Brazil
1934
Rio Branco (AA, detached from Nossa Senhora do Monserrate do Rio de Janeiro) - Rio de Janeiro
1934
Vacaria (Prel., detached from Porto Alegre) - Brazil
1934
Xingu (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará, from Santarém, and from Santíssima Conceição do Araguaiana) - Brazil
1937
Lorena (detached from Taubaté) - Brazil
1938
Limoeiro do Norte (detached from Fortaleza) - Brazil
1939
Caicó (detached from Natal) - Brazil
1939
Caxias do Maranhão (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1939
Pinheiro (Prel., detached from São Luís do Maranhão, and from São José do Grajaú) - Brazil 
1940
Chapada (Prel., detached from Cuiabá) - Brazil
1941
Amargosa (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1941
Oliveira (detached from Belo Horizonte) - Brazil
1942
Leopoldina (detached from Mariana, and from Juiz de Fora) - Brazil
1944
Oeiras (detached from Piauí) - Brazil
1944
Parnaíba (detached from Piauí) - Brazil
1944
Piracicaba (detached from Campinas) - Brazil
1944
Rio Branco (Prel., previously AA) - Brazil
1944
Teresina (new name, previously Piauí) - Brazil
1946
Petrópolis (detached from Niterói, and from Barra do Piraí) - Brazil
1948
Caruaru (detached from Olinda e Recife) - Brazil
1948
Nossa Senhora do Monserrate do Rio de Janeiro (Abb., reestablished) - Brazil
1949
Campina Grande (detached from Paraíba) - Brazil
1949
Macapá (Prel., detached from Santarém) - Brazil 
1950
Alto Solimões (Prel., previously AP) - Brazil
1950
Brasil (Mil.Ord.) - Brazil
1950
Lins (new name, previously Cafelândia) - Brazil
1950
Tefé (Prel., previously AP) - Brazil
1951
Brasil [for Orientals without an Ordinary of their own Rite] (ApEx) - Brazil
1951
Passo Fundo (detached from Santa Maria) - Brazil
1952
Cametá (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1952
Manaus (Metr., and new name, previously Amazonas D, was part of the Metropolitan Province of Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1952
Marília (detached from Lins) - Brazil
1952
Natal (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Paraíba) - Brazil
1952
Teresina (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1954
Santo André (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1954
Santo Antônio de Balsas (Prel., detached from Caxias do Maranhão) - Brazil
1954
Tocantinópolis (Prel., detached from Porto Nacional) - Brazil
1954
Tubarão (detached from Florianópolis) - Brazil 
1955
Parintins (Prel., detached from Manaus) - Brazil
1955
Patos de Minas (detached from Uberaba) - Brazil
1955
Sete Lagoas (detached from Belo Horizonte, and from Diamantina) - Brazil
1956
Afogados da Ingazeira (detached from Pesqueira) - Brazil
1956
Bananal (Prel., suppressed, territories incorporated in Cristalândia, and in Goiás) - Brazil
1956
Jataí - Brazil
1956
São João do Alto Tocantins (Prel. suppressed, territories incorporated in Cristalândia, in Formosa and in Uruaçu) - Brazil
1956
Cristalândia (Prel., detached from Bananal, and from São João do Tocantins) - Brazil
1956
Formosa (Prel., detached from São João do Tocantins, and from Goiás) - Brazil
1956
Goiânia ( Metr., detached from Goiás [Metr.]) - Brazil
1956
Goiás [Metr.] (suppressed) - Brazil
1956
Goiás (detached from suppressed Metr. Goiás, and from Bananal Prel.) - Brazil
1956
Governador Valadares (detached from Diamantina, from Araçuaí, and from Caratinga) - Brazil
1956
Londrina (detached from Jacarezinho) - Brazil
1956
Maringá (detached from Jacarezinho) - Brazil
1956
Uruaçu (detached from Goiás, and from São João do Tocantins) - Brazil
1957
Campo Grande (detached from Corumbá, and from Registro do Araguaia) - Brazil
1957
Dourados (detached from Corumbá) - Brazil
1957
Januária (detached from Montes Claros, and from Paracatu) - Brazil
1957
Óbidos (Prel., detached from Santarém) - Brazil
1957
São Carlos (new name, previously São Carlos do Pinhal) - Brazil
1957
Vacaria - Brazil
1957
Vitória da Conquista (detached from Amargosa) - Brazil
1958
Acre and Purus (Prel.) (new name, previously São Peregrino Laziosi no Alto Acre e Alto Purus [Prel.]) - Brazil
1958
Aparecida (Metr., detached from Taubaté, and from São Paulo) - Brazil
1958
Botucatu (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Paulo) - Brazil
1958
Palmas (Prel. suppressed) - Brazil
1958
Cachoeiro de Itapemirim (detached from Espírito Santo) - Brazil
1958
Campinas (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Paulo) - Brazil
1958
Carolina (Prel., detached from São José do Grajaú) - Brazil
1958
Chapecó (detached from Palmas, and from Lages) - Brazil
1958
Divinópolis (detached from Belo Horizonte, and from Aterrado) - Brazil
1958
Palmas (D, detached from (Prel.) Palmas, which is suppressed) - Brazil
1958
Ribeirão Preto (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Paulo) - Brazil
1958
São Mateus (detached from Espírito Santo) - Brazil
1958
Vitória (Metr., and new name, previously Espírito Santo, was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1959
Toledo (detached from Foz do Iguaçu) - Brazil
1959
Campo Mourão (formed from the largest part of the Prel. of Foz do Iguaçu, which was suppressed) - Brazil
1959
Foz do Iguaçu (suppressed, territory incorporated in the new dioceses of Campo Mourão, and Toledo) - Brazil
1959
Jales (detached from Rio Preto) - Brazil
1959
Patos (detached from Cajazeiras, and from Campo Grande) - Brazil
1959
Ruy Barbosa (detached from São Salvador da Bahia, from Bonfim, from Caetité, and from Barra) - Brazil
1959
Santa Cruz do Sul (detached from Porto Alegre) - Brazil 
1960
Aracaju (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Maceió) - Brazil
1960
Bagé (detached from Pelotas, and from Uruguaiana) - Brazil
1960
Brasília (detached from Goiânia) - Brazil
1960
Estância (detached from Aracaju) - Brazil
1960
Luz (new name, previously Aterrado) - Brazil
1960
Niterói (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
1960
Nova Friburgo (detached from Barra do Piraí, and from Petrópolis) - Brazil
1960
Nova Iguaçu (detached from Niterói, from Campos, and from Valença) - Brazil
1960
Presidente Prudente (detached from Assis) - Brazil
1960
Propriá (detached from Aracaju) - Brazil
1960
São João da Boa Vista (detached from Ribeirão Preto) - Brazil
1960
São João del Rei (detached from Mariana, and from Campanha) - Brazil
1960
São Raimundo Nonato (Prel., detached from Bom Jesus de Piauí) - Brazil
1960
Teófilo Otoni (detached from Araçuaí) - Brazil
1961
Abaeté do Tocantins (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1961
Cândido Mendes (Prel., detached from Pinheiro) - Brazil
1961
Frederico Westphalen (detached from Santa Maria, and from Passo Fundo) - Brazil
1961
Humaitá (Prel.,detached from Manaus, and from Porto Velho) - Brazil
1961
Iguatu (detached from Fortaleza, and from Crateús) - Brazil
1961
Rondonópolis (Prel., new name, previously Chapada -Prel.) - Brazil
1961
Santo Ângelo (detached from Uruguaiana) - Brazil
1961
São Luís de Montes Belos (Prel., detached from Goiânia, from Goiás, and from Jataí) - Brazil
1961
Uberlândia (detached from Uberaba) - Brazil
1962
Bom Jesus da Lapa (detached from Barra) - Brazil
1962
Brazil [Ukr.] (ApEx) - Brazil
1962
Caravelas (detached from Ilhéus) - Brazil
1962
Feira de Santana (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1962
Juazeiro (detached from Barra, and from Bonfim) - Brazil
1962
Juiz de Fora (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Mariana) - Brazil
1962
Mogi das Cruzes (detached from São Paulo, and from Taubaté) - Brazil
1962
Palmares (detached from Olinda e Recife, and from Garanhuns) - Brazil
1962
Palmeira dos Índios (detached from Maceió, and from Penedo) - Brazil
1962
Paracatu - Brazil
1962
Paranaguá (detached from Curitiba) - Brazil
1962
Pouso Alegre (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Mariana) - Brazil
1962
Uberaba (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Belo Horizonte) - Brazil
1962
Viana (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1963
Borba (Prel., detached from Manaus, and from Parintins) - Brazil
1963
Coari (Prel., detached from Manaus) - Brazil
1963
Crateús (detached from Iguatu, and from Sobral) - BrazilOversiktskart
1963
Itacotiara (Prel., detached from Manaus) - Brazil
1963
Ponta de Pedras (Prel., detached from Belém do Pará) - Brazil
1963
Roraima (Prel., new name, previously Rio Branco -Prel.) - Brazil
1964
Apucarana (detached from Londrina, and from Campo Mourão) - Brazil
1964
Bauru (detached from Botucatu, and from Lins) - Brazil
1964
Floresta (detached from Pesqueira, and from Petrolina) - Brazil 
1965
Barra do Piraí-Volta Redonda (new name, previously Barra do Piraí) - Brazil
1965
Guarapuava (detached from Ponta Grossa, from Campo Mourão, and from Toledo) - Brazil
1965
Itabira (detached from Mariana, and from Diamantina) - Brazil
1966
Anápolis (detached from Goiânia) - Brazil
1966
Brasília (Metr., was directly under the Holy See) - Brazil
1966
Caxias do Sul (new name, previously Caxias) - Brazil
1966
Ipameri (detached from Goiânia) - Brazil
1966
Ituimbara (detached from Goiânia) - Brazil
1966
Jundiaí (detached from São Paulo, and from Campinas) - Brazil
1966
Miracema do Norte (Prel, detached from Porto Nacional) - Brazil
1966
Rubiataba (Prel., detached from Goiás, and from Uruaçu) - Brazil
1967
Livramento de Nossa Senhora (detached from Caetité) - Brazil
1968
Bacabal (detached from São Luís do Maranhão, and from São José de Grajaú) - Brazil
1968
Caçador (detached from Lages) - Brazil
1968
Claraval (Abb., detached from Guaxupé) - Brazil
1968
Itapeva (detached from Botucatu, from Santos, and from Sorocaba) - Brazil
1968
Paranavaí (detached from Maringá) - Brazil
1968
Rio do Sul (detached from Florianópolis, and from Joinville) - Brazil
1969
Guiratinga (Prel., new name, previously Registro do Araguaia -Prel.) - Brazil
1969
Marabá (Prel., new name, previously Santíssima Conceição do Araguaiana -Prel.) - Brazil
1969
São Félix (Prel., detached from Cristalândia, from Registro do Araguaia, and from Santissima Conceição do Araguaia) - Brazil 
1970
Londrina (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Curitiba) - Brazil
1971
Brejo (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1971
Cruz Alta (detached from Santa Maria) - Brazil
1971
Erexim (detached from Passo Fundo) - Brazil
1971
Franca (detached from Ribeirão Preto) - Brazil
1971
Itapipoca (detached from Fortaleza) - Brazil
1971
Nossa Senhora do Paraíso em São Paulo [Gr.-Melk.] - Brazil
1971
Nossa Senhora do Líbano em São Paulo [Mar.] - Brazil
1971
Paulo Afonso (detached from Bonfim) - Brazil
1971
Quixadá (detached from Fortaleza) - Brazil
1971
Rio Grande (detached from Pelotas) - Brazil
1971
São João Batista em Curitiba [Ukr.] (D, and new name, previously Brazil ApEx) - Brazil
1971
Tianguá (detached from Sobral) - Brazil
1973
Barretos (detached from Ribeirão Preto, and from Jaboticabal) - Brazil
1973
Cornélio Procópio (detached from Jacarezinho) - Brazil
1973
Umuarama (detached from Campo Mourão) - Brazil
1974
Alagoinhas (detached from São Salvador da Bahia) - Brazil
1974
Picos (detached from Oeiras, and from Teresina) - Brazil
1974
Registro (detached from Santos, and from Itapeva) - Brazil 
1975
Campo Maior (detached from Teresina, and from Parnaíba) - Brazil
1975
Joaçaba (detached from Lages, from Chapecó, and from Caçador) - Brazil
1976
Limeira (detached from Campinas, and from Piracicaba) - Brazil
1976
Santíssima Conceição do Araguaia (Prel., detached from Cristalândia, and from Marabá) - Brazil
1976
União da Vitória (detached from Ponta Grossa, from Guarapuava, and from Curitiba) - Brazil
1977
Coroatá (detached from São Luís do Maranhão) - Brazil
1977
Oeiras-Floriano (new name, previously Oeiras) - Brazil
1978
Campo Grande (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of Cuiabá) - Brazil
1978
Coxim (Prel., detached from Campo Grande) - Brazil
1978
Cascavel (detached from Toledo) - Brazil
1978
Foz do Iguaçu (detached from Toledo) - Brazil
1978
Itabuna (detached from Ilhéus) - Brazil
1978
Jequié (detached from Amargosa, and from Vitória da Conquista) - Brazil
1978
Três Lagoas (detached from Campo Grande) - Brazil
1978
Vila Rondônia (Prel., detached from Guajará-Mirim, and from Porto Velho) - Brazil
1979
Barreiras (detached from Barra) - Brazil
1979
Carolina - Brazil
1979
Cascavel (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of Curitiba) - Brazil
1979
Diamantino - Brazil
1979
Formosa - Brazil
1979
Guajará-Mirim - Brazil
1979
Guamá - Brazil
1979
Humaitá - Brazil
1979
Irecê (detached from Ruy Barbosa, and from Barra) - Brazil
1979
Itabira-Fabriciano (new name, previously Itabira) - Brazil
1979
Marabá - Brazil
1979
Maringá (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of Londrina) - Brazil
1979
Pinheiro - Brazil
1979
Ponta de Pedras - Brazil
1979
Porto Velho - Brazil
1979
Roraima - Brazil
1979
Rubiataba-Mozarlândia (18/4, Prel., new name, previously Rubiataba -Prel.) - Brazil
1979
Rubiataba-Mozarlândia (16/10) - Brazil
1979
Santarém - Brazil
1979
Santíssima Conceição do Araguaia - Brazil 
1980
Duque de Caxias (detached from Nova Iguacu, and from Petrópolis) - Brazil
1980
Guarabira (detached from Paraíba) - Brazil
1980
Itaguaí (detached from Barra do Piraí-Volta Redonda, and from Nova Iguaçu) - Brazil
1980
Macapá - Brazil
1980
Novo Hamburgo (detached from Porto Alegre) - Brazil
1980
Parintins - Brazil
1980
Rio Negro - Brazil
1980
Tocantinópolis - Brazil
1981
Abaetetuba (previously prel. Abaeté do Tocantins) - Brazil
1981
Almenara (detached from Araçuaí, and from Teófilo Otoni) - Brazil
1981
Balsas (D, and new name, previously Santo Antônio de Balsas) - Brazil
1981
Bom Jesus do Gurguéia (D, and new name, previously Bom Jesus do Piauí (Pr.)) - Brazil
1981
Bragança do Pará (new name, previously Guamá) - Brazil
1981
Guiratinga - Brazil
1981
Guarulhos (detached from Mogi das Cruzes) - Brazil
1981
Jardim (detached from Corumbá) - Brazil
1981
Miracema do Norte - Brazil
1981
São Gabriel da Cachoeira (new name, previously Rio Negro) - Brazil
1981
São José do Grajaú - Brazil
1981
São José dos Campos (detached from Taubaté, and from Mogi das Cruzes) - Brazil
1981
São Luís de Montes Belos - Brazil
1981
São Raimundo Nonato - Brazil
1982
Barra do Garças (detached from Guaratinga) - Brazil
1982
Ituiutaba (detached from Uberaba, and from Uberlândia) - Brazil
1982
Porto Velho (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of Manaus) - Brazil
1982
Sinop (detached from Diamantino) - Brazil
1983
Cândido Mendes - Brazil
1983
Ji-Paraná (D, and new name, previously Vila Rondônia -Prel.) - Brazil
1983
Teixeira de Freitas-Caravelas (new name, previously Caravelas) - Brazil
1984
Grajaú (new name, previously São José do Grajaú) - Brazil
1985
Guanhães (detached from Diamantina, from Governador Valadares, and from Itabira-Coronel Fabriciano) - Brazil
1986
Rio Branco (D, and new name, previously Acre and Purus -Prel.) - Brazil
1986
Rondonópolis - Brazil
1987
Cruzeiro do Sul (D, new name, previously Juruá -Prel.) - Brazil
1987
Imperatriz (detached from Carolina) - Brazil
1987
Palmas-Francisco Beltrão (new name, previously Palmas) - Brazil
1988
Itaituba (Prel., detached from Santarém) - Brazil
1989
Campo Limpo (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1989
Luziânia (detached from Anápolis, from Ipameri, and from Uruaçu) - Brazil
1989
Miracema do Tocantins (new name, previously Miracema do Norte) - Brazil
1989
Osasco (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1989
Santo Amaro (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil
1989
São Miguel Paulista (detached from São Paulo) - Brazil 
1990
Colatina (detached from Vitória) - Brazil
1991
Alto Solimões - Brazil
1991
Zé Doca (new name, previously Cândido Mendes) - Brazil
1991
Cachoeira do Sul (detached from Santa Maria) - Brazil
1992
Sorocaba (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of São Paulo) - Brazil
1994
Araçatuba (detached from Lins) - Brazil
1996
Eunápolis (detached from Itabuna, and from Teixeira de Freitas-Caravelas) - Brazil
1996
Palmas (Metr., detached from Porto Nacional, and from Miracema do Tocantins, in the Metropolitan Province of Goiânia) - Brazil
1997
Amparo (detached from Campinas, and from Limeira) - Brazil
1997
Juína (detached from Ji-Paraná, and from Diamantino) - Brazil
1997
Paranatinga (Prel., detached from Sinop, from Rondonópolis, and from Barra do Garças) - Brazil
1998
Criciúma (detached from Tubarão) - Brazil
1998
Itapetininga (detached from Sorocaba, and from Itapeva) - Brazil
1998
Ourinhos (detached from Botucatu, from Assis, and from Itapeva) - Brazil
1999
Caraguatatuba (detached from Santos) - Brazil
1999
Osório (detached from Caxias do Sul, and from Porto Alegre) - Brazil
2000
Blumenau (detached from Florianópolis, from Joinville, and from Rio do Sul) - Brazil
2000
Catanduva (detached from Rio Preto, from São Carlos, and from Jaboticabal) - Brazil
2000
Janaúba (detached from Montes Claros, and from Januária) - Brazil
2001
Montes Claros (Metr., was part of Metropolitan Province of Diamantina) - Brazil
2002
Coxim - (D, previously Prel.) - Brazil
2003
São José do Rio Preto (new name, previously Rio Preto) - Brazil
2003
Nossa Senhora do Monserrate do Rio de Janeiro (suppressed, territory incorporated in São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro) - Brazil
2004
Castanhal (detached from Belém do Pará (AD), and from Bragança do Pará (D)) - Brazil
2005
Serrinha (detached from Feira de Santana (AD), and from Paulo Afonso (D)) - Brazil
2006
São José dos Pinhais (detached from Curitiba (AD)) - Brazil
2008
Floriano (detached from Floriano-Oeiras) - Brazil
2008
Oeiras (new name, previously Floriano-Oeiras) - Brazil
2008
Montenegro (detached from Porto Alegre) - Brazil
2016
Votuporanga (detached from Jales, and from São José do Rio Preto) - Brazil
2017
Cruz das Almas (detached from São Salvador ds Bahía) - Brazil
av Webmaster publisert 29.07.2009, sist endret 24.11.2017 - 10:50