ChatRush

All the chats in Chaco

  1. Chats in Chacabuco
  2. Chats in Departamento de Almirante Brown
  3. Chats in Departamento de Bermejo
  4. Chats in Departamento de Comandante Fernández
  5. Chats in Departamento de Doce de Octubre
  6. Chats in Departamento de Dos de Abril
  7. Chats in Departamento de General Belgrano
  8. Chats in Departamento de General Donovan
  9. Chats in Departamento de General Güemes
  10. Chats in Departamento de Independencia
  11. Chats in Departamento de Libertad
  12. Chats in Departamento de Libertador General San Martín
  13. Chats in Departamento de Maipú
  14. Chats in Departamento de Mayor Luis J. Fontana
  15. Chats in Departamento de Nueve de Julio
  16. Chats in Departamento de O’Higgins
  17. Chats in Departamento de Presidencia de la Plaza
  18. Chats in Departamento de Quitilipi
  19. Chats in Departamento de San Fernando
  20. Chats in Departamento de San Lorenzo
  21. Chats in Departamento de Sargento Cabral
  22. Chats in Departamento de Tapenagá
  23. Chats in Departamento del Primero de Mayo
  24. Chats in Fray Justo Santa María de Oro
  25. Chats in Veinticinco de Mayo
Chaco

The Province of Chaco or Chaco is one of the 23 provinces of the Argentine Republic. In turn, it is one of the 24 self-governing states that make up the country and one of the 24 national legislative electoral districts. The capital and most populous city is Resistencia. It is located in the north of the country, in the Norte Grande Argentino region, bounded on the north by the Bermejo and Teuco rivers that separate it from Formosa, on the east by the Paraguay and Paraná rivers that separate it, respectively, from the Republic of Paraguay and the province of Corrientes, to the south with Santa Fe and to the west with Santiago del Estero and the province of Salta in the northwest.

It is considered "young" because it was created after the Organization of the National State. Its economy is based on the primary sector, where cotton, soybeans, cattle production and wood extraction stand out. It has one of the largest native populations composed of mataco - guaycurúes, among others as well as numerous descendants of immigrants from Europe: Czechs, Slovaks, Bulgarians, Croats, Montenegrins, Italians and Spaniards. In 2010, Chaco became the second Argentine Province to adopt more than one official language, declaring in 2010 the languages ​​qom, moqoit and wichi as alternative official languages ​​of the Province. In this way, Chaco would join its neighboring Province of Corrientes as the only ones of the Argentine Republic to possess more than one official language.