Buenos Aires is one of the most populated cities in Argentina, and at the same time, this city is the capital of this country as well. Located in America, you may find the city easily with the following GPS coordinates: 36.30S latitude / 60.00W longitude. For routing in Buenos Aires, please check the free driving directions Buenos Aires service below.
When you visit Argentina, be prepared that the official spoken language(s) is Spanish, and the officially used currency is Argentine peso (ARS), since 1813.
Buenos Aires, the capital city, has numerous population; 13 349 000 counted together with the city’s metropolitan areas. While Buenos Aires counts around the inhabitants mentioned earlier, the mother country, Argentina, bears 44 688 864 sum citizens spreading on its 1 073 518,00 sq mi / 2 780 400 km2 territory.
The form of the ruling government in Argentina is Federal presidential constitutional republic, and interestingly note that the people here share the motto: En Unión y Libertad (In Unity and Freedom), while salute for the national anthem called: Himno Nacional Argentino (Argentine National Anthem).
Google maps Buenos Aires, and the satellite map of the city is a free and useful dynamic tool to discover the capital of Argentina and the neighboring countries like Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay.
Please have a look at the information page of this country for a wide range of information such as economic data, population, geographical knowledge, additional Argentina Google maps, satellite imagery, etc.
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Short geographic information for Argentina
Second in South America only to Brazil in size and population, Argentina is a plain, rising from the Atlantic to the Chilean border and the towering Andes peaks. Aconcagua (22,834 ft, 6,960 m) is the highest peak in the world outside Asia. Bolivia and Paraguay also border Argentina on the north, and by Uruguay and Brazil on the east. The northern area is the swampy and partly wooded Gran Chaco, bordering Bolivia and Paraguay. South of that are the rolling, fertile Pampas, which are rich in agriculture and sheep- and cattle-grazing and support most of the population. Further south is Patagonia, a region of cool, arid steppes with some wooded and fertile sections.