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Country is Argentina (AR):

Santa Cruz Latitude Facts: -49.031 and Santa Cruz Longitude Facts: -69.193

 

Argentina Region is: Santa Cruz

Argentina Cities are:  Caleta Olivia El Calafate Los Antiguos Pico Truncado Piedra Buena Puerto Deseado Puerto San Juli Puerto Santa Cruz Rfo Gallegos Rfo Turbio

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