Berilo is a municipality in the northeast of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. As of 2007 the population was 13,214 in a total area of 586 km². The elevation is 401 meters. It is part of the IBGE statistical meso-region of Jequitinhonha and the micro-region of Capelinha. It became a municipality in 1963. The economy is based on cattle raising and agriculture, with the main crops being coffee, pineapple, sugarcane, and corn. There were plantations of eucalyptus trees for charcoal production. In 2005 there were 1830 rural producers but only 1 tractor. As of 2005 there was one hospital and 5 public health clinics. Educational needs were met by 19 primary schools and 2 middle schools. There were 304 automobiles in 2006, giving a ratio of 40 inhabitants per automobile (there were 813 motorcycles). There was one bank in 2007. Neighboring municipalities are: Francisco Badaró, Chapada do Norte, Virgem da Lapa, and José Gonçalves de Minas. The distance to Belo Horizonte is 545 km. The nearest major population center, Minas Novas (pop. 30,578 in 2007), is 42 km. on secondary roads. Wikipedia
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