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Capital Department, Tucumán

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Area  90 km²
Province  Tucumán Province
Capital  San Miguel de Tucumán
Points of interest  Casa de Tucumán, El Rosedal, Ninth of July Park, Plaza Independencia, Our Lady of the Incarnatio
Colleges and Universities  National University of Tucum, Saint Thomas Aquinas, National Technological University, Universidad de San Pablo ‑ T

Capital Department is a department located in the center-north of the Tucumán Province, Argentina. At the 2001 census, its population was 527,607 and its population density was 5,862/km². The city of San Miguel de Tucumán covers almost all of the 90 km² of the department’s area. It is the smallest department in area, but the most populated as well.

Contents

Map of Capital Department, Tucum%C3%A1n, Argentina

Geography

The entire department lies on a plain presenting a gentle slope heading toward the Salí River located at the east end.

Adjacent departments

  • Tafí Viejo Department – north
  • Cruz Alta Department – east
  • Lules Department – south and southwest
  • Yerba Buena Department – west
  • References

    Capital Department, Tucumán Wikipedia


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