Argentine topographic map

Elevation and landscape map of Argentine

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Argentina is a country known for its wide variety of landscapes, from the breathtaking Andes to the lush rainforest and vast pampas. It has an average elevation of 1,952 feet (595 metres) above sea level and its highest point is Cerro Aconcagua at 22,841 feet (6,959 metres). At its lowest point, Argentina’s terrain dips down to 40 feet below sea level near Laguna del Carbon in Tierra del Fuego. For those looking for more detailed information on the topography of Argentina, our site provides a topographic map online for free. On our map there are designations of heights and other important attributes such as rivers, lakes, roads and mountain ranges.

Besides its diverse terrain, Argentina is also renowned for its wildlife and wildlife reserves that cover 12 percent of the country’s area. This includes the Ibera wetlands in Corrientes which serves as a habitat to over 350 species of birds as well as mammals such as capybara and ocelot. With around 2 million square kilometers there’s plenty to explore in this South American country!

On our website, you can find a topographic map of Argentina online for free!