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Bonfim (Porto)

Bonfim is a Portuguese parish, located in the municipality of Porto. The population in 2011 was 24,265, in an area of 3.10 km².

Bonfim

Bonfim may refer to:

People:

  • Éder José Oliveira Bonfim (born 1981), Brazilian football player
  • Bruno Bonfim (born 1979), middle-distance freestyle swimmer from Brazil
  • Dante Bonfim Costa (born 1983), usually known simply as Dante, is a Brazilian football player
  • Erick Flores Bonfim or simply Erick Flores (born 1989), Brazilian Attacking Midfielder
  • Giovânio Bonfim, or simply Wando, (born 1963), former Brazilian football player
  • José Travassos Valdez (1787–1862), Portuguese soldier and statesman
  • Leandro do Bonfim (born 1984), Brazilian attacking midfielder

Locations:

  • Bonfim, Roraima, municipality located in the mideast of the state of Roraima in Brazil
  • Bonfim (Porto), Portuguese parish, located in the municipality of Porto
  • Bonfim Paulista (São Paulo Good End), a district of the city of Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Bonfim, diocese in the city of Salvador, Bahia
  • Bonfim, Minas Gerais, municipality in Brazil

Buildings:

  • Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim (Salvador), the most famous Catholic churches in Salvador, in Bahia, Brazil
  • Estádio do Bonfim, multi-use stadium in Setúbal, Portugal