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FLAG: The national flag consists of a white horizontal stripe between two light blue horizontal stripes. Centered in the white band is a radiant yellow sun with a human face. There are coins of 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 centavos, and notes of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and pesos. Shaped like a wedge with its point in the south, Argentina, the second-largest country in South America , dominates the southern part of the continent.
Argentina is slightly less than three-tenths the size of the United States with a total area of 2,, sq km 1,, sq mi ; the length is about 3, km 2, mi n — s and the width, 1, km mi e — w.
To then Argentina is bounded by Bolivia ; to the ne by Paraguay ; to the e by Brazil , Uruguay , and the Atlantic Ocean ; and to the s and w by Chile , with a total boundary length of 9, km 6, mi. Argentina lays claim to a section of Antarctica of about 1,, sq km , sq mi. In , Argentina almost went to war over three Chilean-held islands in the Beagle Channel. The case was referred to papal mediation; on 29 November , the two countries signed a treaty that confirmed Chile's sovereignty over the three islands.
Argentina's capital city, Buenos Aires , is located along the eastern edge of the country on the Atlantic coast. Except for the mountainous western area, Argentina is for the most part a lowland country. It is divided into four topographical regions: the Andean region, Patagonia, the subtropical plain of the north, and the pampas. Within the Andes there are over 1, volcanoes, about 28 of which are still considered to be active. Rising from a narrow coastal plain, it extends westward in a series of plateaus.
In most places, the altitude range is 90 — m — 1, ft , although it may rise to 1, m 5, ft. Patagonia is a semiarid, sparsely populated region. It includes the barren island of Tierra del Fuego , part of which belongs to Chile. The most characteristic feature of Argentine topography, however, is the huge expanse of lush, well-watered level plains known as the pampas. The major Argentine rivers, which originate in the Andean west or the forested north, flow eastward into the Atlantic Ocean.