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List of cities in Argentina

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of cities in Argentina. For a more extensive list of cities in a particular province, see the main article, linked to in each applicable section.

Largest cities

Map of Argentina
Map of Argentina
Buenos Aires, Capital of Argentina
Buenos Aires, Capital of Argentina
San Salvador de Jujuy
San Salvador de Jujuy
# Name Population (2010)
1. Buenos Aires 13,588,171
2. Cordoba 1,454,645
3. Rosario 1,236,089
4. Mendoza 937,154
5. La Plata 794,327
6. Tucumán 787,294
7. Mar del Plata 593,337
8. Salta 539,187
9. Santa Fe 490,171
10. San Juan 461,213
11. Resistencia 385,726
12. Santiago del Estero 358,633
13. Corrientes 346,334
14. Neuquén 341,301
15. Posadas 319,469
16. San Salvador de Jujuy 310,106
17. Bahía Blanca 291,327
18. Paraná 264,076
19. Formosa 222,226
20. San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca 197,413
21. San Luis 182,414
22. La Rioja 178,872
23. Comodoro Rivadavia 175,196
24. Río Cuarto 163,048

List of Argentine cities of 45,000 to 150,000 inhabitants

This is a list of the localities of Argentina of 45,000 to 150,000 inhabitants ordered by amount of population according to the data of the 2001 INDEC Census.

Alphabetical order by province

Buenos Aires Province

Catamarca

Chaco

Chubut

Córdoba

Corrientes

Entre Ríos

Formosa

Jujuy

La Pampa

La Rioja

Mendoza

Misiones

Neuquén

Río Negro

Salta

San Juan

San Luis

Santa Cruz

Santa Fe

Santiago del Estero

Tierra del Fuego

Tucumán

See also

References

Further reading

  • Thomas A. Rumney (2013). "Argentina: Urban Geography". Geography of South America: a Scholarly Guide and Bibliography. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-8635-3.

External links

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