List of basic Argentina topics

The following outline is provided as an overview of, and introduction to Argentina:

Argentina – country in South America, the continent's second largest by land area, after Brazil. It is constituted as a federation of 23 provinces and an autonomous city, Buenos Aires. It is the eighth-largest country in the world by land area and the largest among Spanish-speaking nations.

General reference

Geography of Argentina

 Chile 5,308 km
 Paraguay 1,880 km
 Brazil 1,261 km
 Bolivia 832 km
 Uruguay 580 km
  • Coastline: 4,989 km

Environment of Argentina

Natural geographic features of Argentina

Regions of Argentina

Main article: Regions of Argentina

The provinces of Argentina are often grouped into six geographical regions. From North to South and West to East, these are:

Ecoregions of Argentina

Main article: Ecoregions of Argentina

Administrative divisions of Argentina

Provinces


a Not a Province. Autonomous City and seat of National Government.
(Also known as Buenos Aires City).
b or Provincia del Río Negro.
c Tierra del Fuego Province includes claims over Argentine Antarctica, Falkland Islands, and South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands.

Municipalities of Argentina

Demography of Argentina

Main article: Demographics of Argentina, Ethnography of Argentina

Government and politics of Argentina

Main article: Government of Argentina and Politics of Argentina

Branches of the government of Argentina

Executive branch of the government of Argentina

Legislative branch of the government of Argentina


Judicial branch of the government of Argentina

Main article: Court system of Argentina

Foreign relations of Argentina

International organization membership

The Argentine Republic is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Argentina

Main article: Law of Argentina

Military of Argentina

Main article: Armed Forces of the Argentine Republic

Local government in Argentina

Main article: Local government in Argentina

History of Argentina

Main article: History of Argentina

History of Argentina, by period

History of Argentina, by region

  • History of Buenos Aires
    • Timeline of Buenos Aires history

History of Argentina, by subject

Culture of Argentina

Main article: Culture of Argentina

Art in Argentina

Sports in Argentina

Main article: Sports in Argentina

Economy and infrastructure of Argentina

Main article: Economy of Argentina

Education in Argentina

Main article: Education in Argentina

See also

Main article: Argentina

References

External links

  • Atlas of Argentina
  • Business News and Analysis in English
  • Government of Argentina (Spanish)
  • Official website
  • Information about Buenos Aires
  • The President of Argentina
  • DMOZ
Country Data
  • The World Factbook
  • World Bank's country data profile for Argentina.
  • World Intellectual Property Handbook: Argentina


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