Argentina, from Tierra del Fuego to IguazĂș

    Argentina, from Tierra del Fuego to IguazĂș
    From the southernmost point of the world to the most incredible waterfalls on the planet, from the wonderful Patagonia to the vast expanses of the Pampas

    Argentina is a very big country and that is also why very varied, to the point that the climate itself is different in the north than in the south.


    It can be divided into four parts: the fertile plains of Pampas, in the center of the country, with the large cities of Buenos Aires (the capital, with 13 million inhabitants) Cordova, sources of Argentine well-being.


    the plateau of Patagonia, in the southern half until Land of Fire. Much of this region is semiarid in the north and cold in the far south, but the forests They grow on the western frontier, dotted with great lakes.


    The subtropical plains of Great Chaco, to the north, with the cities of Chaco e Formosa, characterized by livestock farms where the famous and tasty Argentine meat comes from.


    And finally, the chain of Ande, on the western border with Chile. Argentina has around 5 thousand kilometers of cost line and varies between areas with sand dunes e Cliffs. The most famous places in the country are Iguazu Falls and Patagonia.


    The Falls are generated by the IguazĂș River located on the border between the Brazilian state of ParanĂĄ and the Argentine province of Misiones. There Devil's throat (Devil's Throat), on the Argentine side, a U-shaped gorge 150 meters deep and 700 meters long, is the most impressive.


    La Patagonia It is divided between Argentina and Chile and includes Tierra del Fuego. The region owes its name to the Patagonians, a term used by Ferdinand Magellan to refer to the natives of those lands, whom he confused with giants. The entire area is part of the Los Glaciares National Park. He Uppsala Glacier It is the largest in South America, with an approximate area of ​​900 square kilometers, and ends in Argentino lake. In the terminal part, the glacier floats on the lake and this favors the calving of enormous icebergs. iceberg that are adrift.


    About 80 km from the town of El Calafate is the glacier Perito Moreno Glacier which extends for approximately 300 square kilometers and is the most accessible and visited glacier as it is one of the few that can be reached by car.

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