|Hugo Ávila, FJ
|23,582 km2 (9,105 sq mi)
|0.96/km2 (2.5/sq mi)
Tinogasta is a western department of Catamarca Province in Argentina.
The provincial subdivision has a population of about 22,500 inhabitants in an area of 23,582 km2 (9,105 sq mi), and its capital city is Tinogasta, which is located around 1,415 km (879 mi) from Buenos Aires.
Catamarca is a province of Argentina, located in the northwest of the country. The province had a population of 334,568 as per the 2001 census [INDEC], and covers an area of 102,602 km2. Its literacy rate is 95.5%. Neighbouring provinces are : Salta, Tucumán, Santiago del Estero, Córdoba, and La Rioja. To the west it borders the country of Chile.
San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca is the capital and largest city in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina, on the Río Valle River, at the feet of the Cerro Ambato. The city name is normally shortened as Catamarca.
Cerro Walther Penck is a massive complex volcano in the Andes, located in northwestern Argentina, Catamarca Province, Tinogasta Department, at the Puna de Atacama. It is just southwest of Ojos del Salado, the highest volcano in the world. Walther Penck itself is perhaps the third highest active volcano in the world.
Tinogasta is a city in the west of the province of Catamarca, Argentina, on the right-hand shore of the Abaucán River, about 280 km from the provincial capital San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca. It had about 11,500 inhabitants at the 2010 census [INDEC]. It is the head town of the department of the same name. The name of the city comes from the Kakana words tino ("meeting") and gasta ("town").
Capital is a department of Catamarca Province in Argentina.
Paclín is a department of Catamarca Province in Argentina.
Villa Pomán is a village in the Pomán Department, Catamarca Province, Argentina.
The Abaucán is a river in Argentina which flows through the provinces of Catamarca and La Rioja, areas with very low precipitation. The river water is provided by the ingress of two larger rivers, the Fiambalá and the Chaschuil.
Fiambalá is a town in the department of Tinogasta, located in the west part of Catamarca Province, Argentina. It is located at the beginning of the Altiplano at 1.505 m.a.s.l. and 320 km from the capital of Catamarca, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca. It is situated along the Abaucán and La Troya rivers.
Banda de Lucero is a village and municipality in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina, and is located in the Tinogasta Department.
El Puesto (Tinogasta) is a village and municipality in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina.
La Puntilla (Tinogasta) is a village and municipality in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina.
Medanitos (Tinogasta) is a village and municipality in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina.
Saujil (Tinogasta) is a village and municipality in Catamarca Province, in northwestern Argentina. Saujil translates as "illuminated place" in the indigenous Cacán language.
Santa Rosa (Tinogasta) is a town and municipality in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina.
La Puntilla may refer to:
Tinogasta Airport was a public airport located 3 kilometres (2 mi) north-northwest of Tinogasta, a town in the Catamarca Province of Argentina.
Cerro Blanco is a caldera in the Andes of the Catamarca Province in Argentina. Part of the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes, it is a volcano collapse structure located at an altitude of 4,670 metres (15,320 ft) in a depression. The caldera is associated with a less well defined caldera to the south and several lava domes.
El Puesto may refer to:
Medanitos may refer to: