ChatRush

All the chats in Entre Rios

  1. Chats in Departamento de Colón
  2. Chats in Departamento de Concordia
  3. Chats in Departamento de Diamante
  4. Chats in Departamento de Federación
  5. Chats in Departamento de Federal
  6. Chats in Departamento de Feliciano
  7. Chats in Departamento de Gualeguay
  8. Chats in Departamento de Gualeguaychú
  9. Chats in Departamento de Islas del Ibicuy
  10. Chats in Departamento de La Paz
  11. Chats in Departamento de Nogoyá
  12. Chats in Departamento de Paraná
  13. Chats in Departamento de San Salvador
  14. Chats in Departamento de Tala
  15. Chats in Departamento de Uruguay
  16. Chats in Departamento de Victoria
  17. Chats in Departamento de Villaguay
Entre Rios

The Province of Entre Ríos or, more briefly, Entre Ríos, is one of the 23 provinces in the Argentine Republic. In turn, it is one of the 24 self-governing states or jurisdictions of the first order that make up the country, and one of the 24 national legislative electoral districts. The capital and most populous city is Paraná. It is located east of the Central region of the country, bounded on the north by Corrientes, on the east by the Uruguay River that separates it from Uruguay, on the south and east by the Paraná River that separates it from the Province of Buenos Aires and Santa Fe, respectively.

With 78 781 km² it is the eighth largest jurisdiction of the first order - ahead of San Luis, Formosa, Jujuy, Misiones, Tucumán, Tierra de Fuego and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, the least extensive - and with 15.6 inhabitants / km², and the seventh most densely populated jurisdiction, behind the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, the Province of Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Mendoza and Tucumán. Geographically, it is a component of Argentine Mesopotamia, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná rivers in the Argentine Littoral.15 percent of its territory is made up of islands and flood lands. It is often considered as a province of "insular" character, because it is surrounded by rivers and streams. Its main accesses are constituted by bridges and a subfluvial tunnel. The surface and deep water network, through aquifers and suitable for immediate consumption, is up to 12 times higher than in any other Argentine province. The province played an important role in the organization stage of the Argentine national state. Being Federal Territory of the Capital of the country during the presidency of Justo José de Urquiza, first constitutional president of Argentina.