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All the chats in Cordoba

  1. Chats in Departamento de Calamuchita
  2. Chats in Departamento de Capital
  3. Chats in Departamento de Colón
  4. Chats in Departamento de Cruz del Eje
  5. Chats in Departamento de General Roca
  6. Chats in Departamento de General San Martín
  7. Chats in Departamento de Ischilín
  8. Chats in Departamento de Juárez Celman
  9. Chats in Departamento de Marcos Juárez
  10. Chats in Departamento de Presidente Roque Sáenz Peña
  11. Chats in Departamento de Punilla
  12. Chats in Departamento de Río Cuarto
  13. Chats in Departamento de Río Primero
  14. Chats in Departamento de Río Segundo
  15. Chats in Departamento de San Alberto
  16. Chats in Departamento de San Javier
  17. Chats in Departamento de San Justo
  18. Chats in Departamento de Santa María
  19. Chats in Departamento de Tercero Arriba
  20. Chats in Departamento de Totoral
  21. Chats in Departamento de Tulumba
  22. Chats in Departamento de Unión
Cordoba

Córdoba, officially Province of Córdoba is one of the 23 provinces that make up 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 Cordoba, also having as alternate capital to the city of Villa de la Concepcion del Río Cuarto according to the provincial Law N °10169 promulgated on 10/25/2013.

It is located to the west of the Central region of the country, bounded on the north by Catamarca and Santiago del Estero, on the east by Santa Fe, on the southeast by the Province of Buenos Aires, on the south by Province of La Pampa and on the west by San Luis and The Rioja. With 3 567 654 habs. In 2010 it is the second most populated jurisdiction of the first order -behind the Province of Buenos Aires-, with 165 321 km², it is the fifth largest one -behind the Province of Buenos Aires, Santa Cruz, Chubut and Río Negro - and with 18.5 inhabitants / km², it is the sixth most densely populated, behind the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, the Province of Tucumán, the Province of Buenos Aires, the Province of Misiones and the Province of Santa Fe.40% of the population is agglomerated in the provincial capital, with 1,329,604 inhabitants, making it the second urban agglomeration of the country after Greater Buenos Aires.