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Country is Argentina (AR):

Santa Fe Latitude Facts: -32.0566257668712 and Santa Fe Longitude Facts: -61.0303067484662

 

Argentina Region is: Santa Fe

Argentina Cities are:  Acebal Aguirre Alcorta Alvear Amen Arequito Armstrong Arroyito Arroyo Seco Arruf= Arteaga Avellaneda B. De Irigoyen Bella Vista Berabev Bigand Bombal Bustinza Ca Ca Calchaquf Campo Andino Capit Carcara Carlos Pellegrini Carmen Del Sauce Carreras Casalegno Casilda Centeno Ceres Chab Ciudad Evita Clason Colonia Belgrano Colonia La Brava Colonia Margarita Coronda Coronel Arnold Coronel Bogado Coronel Rodrfguez Correa Desmochado Afuera Dfaz Egusquiza El Laurel El TrTbol Elisa Elortondo Empalme Villa Constituci=n Ensanche De Colonia Ella Esmeralda Esperanza Eusebia Felicia Fighiera Firmat Florencia Franck Fray Lufs Beltr Funes G Gobernador Crespo Gobernador G Granadero Baigorria Hughes Humberto 1 Irigoyen Jes L=pez La Lucila Largufa Larrechea Las Ca Las Garzas Las Parejas Las Petacas Las Rosas Las Toscas Loma Alta Los Molinos Los Quebrachos Los Quirquinchos Lucio V. L=pez Maciel Maizales Malabrigo Marcelino Escalada Marfa Susana Marfa Teresa Matheu Matilde Monje Monte Flores Montes De Oca Mu Mugueta Murphy Nelson Oliveros Oro Pilar PTrez Pueblo Puerto San Lorenzo Pujato Rafaela Reconquista Recreo Rodriguez Rold Romang Rosario Rufino Saladero Cabal Saladillo San Antonio San Carlos Centro San Carlos Norte San Carlos Sud San Crist=bal San Genaro San Ger=nimo San Ger=nimo Del Sauce San Ger=nimo Norte San Gregorio San Guillermo San Javier San Jer=nimo San Jorge San JosT San JosT De La Esquina San JosT Del Rinc=n San Justo San Lorenzo Sanford Santa Clara Santa Clara De Buena Vista Santa Fe Santo TomT Sarmiento Sastre Sauce Viejo Soldini Sunchales Tacural Timbues Tortugas Tostado Totoras Uranga Venado Tuerto Vera Villa Ca Villa Constituci=n Villa Estela Villa Gobernador G Villa Guillermina Villa Mugueta Villa Ocampo Villa Parque Villa Trinidad Wheelwright

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