This is a topographic map of Argentina, featuring its various landforms.
ThoughtCo says that the South American country of over 44 million people has a total land area of 1,073,518 square miles (2,780,400 square kilometers).
There is a vast amount of lowland in most of the country, which is marked in blue.
The western part of the country, the Andes region, is mountainous (marked in yellow). Within the range lies the Aconcagua mountain, Argentina’s highest peak. Located within the country’s border with Chile, it stands at over 22,800 feet (6,900 meters), according to Britannica.
Learn more about what’s good in Argentina through these books:
- Lonely Planet Argentina (Country Guide)
- The Food and Cooking Of Argentina: 65 Traditional Recipes from the Heart of South America
- Argentina – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture
- The British in Argentina: Commerce, Settlers and Power, 1800–2000 (Britain and the World)
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