Pilao Arcado is a municipality within the state of Bahia within the North-East location of Brazil. Pilao Arcado covers 11,731.5 km2, and has a populace of 35,255 with a population density of three inhabitants in line with square kilometer. Pilao Arcado became at the start inhabited by indigenous people of the Mocoase and Acoroase ethnic groups. The first Portuguese population got here from the Guerreiro e Bernardo circle of relatives, each of Portuguese nobility. A chapel named Santo Antonio do Pilao Arcado and a parish of the identical call were set up in 1771.
The municipality fell into violence among 1842 and 1848. War became d among the families of Militao Placido de Franca Antunes and Captain Bernardo Jose Guerreiro. The conflict ended on August 1, 1848 with the loss of life of the final adult son of the Guerreiro circle of relatives. Fighting between the families happened in both Pilao Arcado and close by Sento Se. Sento Se is a municipality inside the state of Bahia in the North-East area of Brazil.