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Encyclopedia > Rio Negro Province


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Río Negro Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1107 words)
The economy of the province is concentrated in the agriculture at the fertile valleys of the Río Negro River, specially at the Alto Valle but also at the Valle Medio.
The province produces almost 70% of the apples and pears of the country, most it for exportation with 38% of it as fresh fruit and 40% as juice concentrate, through the port of San Antonio Oeste.
The province is divided in 13 departments (Spanish departamentos).
Rio Negro province (340 words)
Río Negro province is a varied region from the Atlantic to the Andes.
In the east, beautiful and extended beaches cover the coast, in the north the fertile Río Negro Valley produces the best apples in the world and in the middle of the province the desert spreads out, while in the west is plente of forests and lakes.
This system uses the Negro river to water by channels the fruits plants that cover the Río Negro Valley, being this one the main economic region of the province.
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