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Córdoba Province, Argentina
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Córdoba Province, Argentina

Córdoba is a province of Argentina, located in the north of the country. The capital is Córdoba. The province has a population of 3,066,801 (2001), and covers an area of 165,321 km². Neighboring provinces are from the north clockwise Santiago del Estero, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires, La Pampa, San Luis, La Rioja and Catamarca.

The province is divided in 26 departments (spanish departamentos)

Department (Capital)

  1. Calamuchita (San Agustín)
  2. Capital (Córdoba)
  3. Colón (Jesús María)
  4. Cruz del Eje (Cruz del Eje)
  5. General Roca (Villa Huidobro)
  6. General San Martín (Villa María)
  7. Ischilín (Deán Funes)
  8. Juárez Celman (La Carlota)
  9. Marcos Juárez (Marcos Juárez)
  10. Minas (San Carlos)
  11. Pocho (Salsacate)
  12. Presidente Roque Saénz Peña (Laboulaye)
  13. Punilla (Cosquín)
  14. Río Cuarto (Río Cuarto)
  15. Río Primero (Santa Rosa de Río Primero)
  16. Rio Seco (Villa de María)
  17. Rio Segundo (Villa del Rosario)
  18. San Alberto (Villa Cura Brochero)
  19. San Javier (Villa Dolores)
  20. San Justo (San Francisco)
  21. Santa María (Alta Gracia)
  22. Sobremonte (San Francisco del Chañar)
  23. Tercero Arriba (Oliva)
  24. Totoral (Villa del Totoral)
  25. Tulumba (Villa Tulumba)
  26. Unión (Bell Ville)

Major cities

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Provinces of Argentina
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, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands | Tucumán