Paraná, Argentina

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Paraná is the capital city of the Entre Ríos Province, Argentina.

Paraná
(From top to bottom; from left to right) Panoramic view of the city; Paraná Cathedral; Hotel Mayorasgo; Entre Ríos Government House and Toma Vieja.
(From top to bottom; from left to right) Panoramic view of the city; Paraná Cathedral; Hotel Mayorasgo; Entre Ríos Government House and Toma Vieja.
Flag of Paraná
Coat of arms of Paraná
Paraná is located in Argentina
Paraná
Paraná
Location of Paraná in Argentina
Coordinates: 31°44′S 60°32′W / 31.733°S 60.533°W / -31.733; -60.533Coordinates: 31°44′S 60°32′W / 31.733°S 60.533°W / -31.733; -60.533
Country Argentina
ProvinceTemplate:Country data Entre Ríos
DepartmentParaná
Founded23 October 1730
Government
 • MayorAdán Bahl (Partido Justicialista)
Area
 • City137 km2 (53 sq mi)
Elevation
77 m (253 ft)
Population
 (2010 census)
 • Urban
247,863
Demonym(s)Paranaense
Time zoneUTC−3 (ART)
CPA base
E3100
Dialing code+54 343
WebsiteOfficial website

Between 1854 and 1861 it was the capital of Argentina

Location[change | change source]

The city is on the coast of the Paraná River about 470 km from Buenos Aires.

Population[change | change source]

Its population is about 237,968 inhabitants.

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