Rio Branco is a Brazilian municipality, capital of the kingdom of Acre. Located in the valley of the Acre River in northern Brazil, it's miles the most populous municipality within the state, with 319,825 population nearly 1/2 the country populace, in keeping with the 2011 census. Rio Branco became one of the first settlements to seem on the banks of the Acre River. In 1913 it have become a county. In 1920 it have become the capital of the territory of Acre, and in 1962, the nation capital.
It is the place of job for the economic and cultural location. Rio Branco has a lengthy moist season spanning from October through May and a noticeably short dry season overlaying the remaining four months. The metropolis on common sees roughly 1.9 metres or 6 ft three inches of rainfall annually. Rio Branco reports its heaviest rainfall from December via March, averaging over 200 millimetres or 8 inches of precipitation per month at some stage in that time frame.