Bandeira bəndĕē´rä [key], 9,462 ft (2,884 m) high, in the Serra do Caparaó, situated on the border between Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo states, SE Brazil. It was considered Brazil's highest point until the discovery of Neblina Peak in 1962.
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