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Argentina Provinces

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In Argentina, each of the twenty-three federated states named in the Constitution of the Argentine Nation is called a province, which together with the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires constitute the first-order territorial divisions of the country. The provinces have full autonomy, are part of the Nation and are legally prior to it, according to the principles of federalism established in the National Constitution.

Provinces of Argentina
CategoryFederated state
LocationArgentina
Number23 Provinces
1 Autonomous city
Populations127,205 (Tierra del Fuego Province) - 15,625,084 (Buenos Aires Province)
GovernmentProvincial government
SubdivisionsBuenos Aires City: Commune (15)
Buenos Aires Province: Partido (135)
Other provinces: Department (378)

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