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Encyclopedia > Santa Fe Province
Santa Fe
Capital Santa Fe
Area 133,007 km²
Population 3,000,701 (2001)
Density 22.56/km²
Governor Jorge Obeid (PJ)
Demonym Santafesino
ISO 3166-2 AR-S

Santa Fe is a province of Argentina, located in the north of the country. Neighboring provinces are from the north clockwise Chaco, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Buenos Aires, Córdoba and Santiago del Estero. Image File history File links Flag_of_Santa_Fe_province_in_Argentina. ... Santa Fe is the capital city of the Santa Fe Province of Argentina. ... A square metre (US spelling: square meter) is by definition the area enclosed by a square with sides each 1 metre long. ... World map of the population density in 2006 Population density is a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume. ... Peronism (also called justicialism) is an Argentine para-fascist political ideology based on the ideas and programs associated with former president Juan Perón. ... A demonym or gentilic is a word that denotes the members of a people or the inhabitants of a place. ... ISO 3166-2:AR is an ISO standard which defines geocodes: it is the subset of ISO 3166-2 which applies to Argentina. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (520x1004, 13 KB) File links The following pages link to this file: Santa Fe Province ... Argentina consists of 23 provinces (provincias, singular - provincia), and 1 federal district (Capital Federal *). Capital Federal * Buenos Aires Catamarca Chaco Chubut Córdoba Corrientes Entre Ríos Formosa Jujuy La Pampa La Rioja Mendoza Misiones Neuquén Río Negro Salta San Juan San Luis Santa Cruz Santa Fe Santiago... There are things that have the name Chaco: South America: Gran Chaco, a region in South America Chaco Province, Argentina in the northeastern part of the country Chaco, a region in Paraguay Chaco Department, historical in Paraguay and proposed in Bolivia Gran Chaco Province, Bolivia (in Tarija Department) Chaco War... Corrientes is a province in northeast Argentina, in the Mesopotamia region. ... Map of Argentina highlighting the province Entre Ríos is a province of Argentina, it lays and borders north of Buenos Aires Province, south of Corrientes Province, east of Santa Fe Province, and west of Uruguay. ... The Buenos Aires province (IPA: , Spanish: Provincia de Buenos Aires) is the largest, wealthiest and most populated province of Argentina. ... Córdoba is a province of Argentina, located in the centre of the country. ... Santiago del Estero is a province of Argentina, located in the north of the country. ...


Its more important cities are Rosario (population 908,000), the capital Santa Fe (369,000), Rafaela (83,000), Villa Gobernador Gálvez (74,000), Venado Tuerto (69,000), Reconquista (66,000) and Santo Tomé (58,000). The illiteracy rate of the province is 3.7%. Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... Santa Fe is the capital city of the Santa Fe Province of Argentina. ... Rafaela is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, about 96 km from the provincial capital. ... Villa Gobernador Gálvez is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, located on the western ravine of the Paraná River, within the metropolitan area of Greater Rosario, separated from Rosario, to the north, by the Saladillo Stream, approximately at 33° S 61° W. To the south it... Venado Tuerto is a city in the south-west of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 365km from the provincial capital. ... Reconquista is a city in the north of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 327 km from the provincial capital. ... Santo Tomé is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ...

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History

The aboriginal tribes who inhabited this region were the Tobas, Timbúes, Mocovíes, Pilagás, Guaycurúes and Guaraníes. They were nomadic, lived from hunting, fishing and fruit recollection. The Toba are an ethnic group in Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. ... The Mocovi language is a Guaicuruan language of Argentina spoken by about 4,500 people. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Communities of nomadic people move from place to place, rather than settling down in one location. ...


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The first European settlement was established in 1527, at the confluence of the Paraná and Carcarañá rivers, when Sebastián Gaboto, on his way to the north, founded a fort named Sancti Spiritus, which was destroyed two years later by the natives. Europe is conventionally considered one of the seven continents of Earth which, in this case, is more a cultural and political distinction than a physiographic one, leading to various perspectives about Europes borders. ... The sun rising over the Paraná River, from the north-east of Rosario, Argentina. ... The Carcarañá River is a river in Argentina. ... Sebastian Cabot may refer to: Sebastian Cabot (1476-1557), Italian explorer Sebastian Cabot (1918-1977), British actor This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...


In 1573 Juan de Garay founded the city of Santa Fe in the surroundings of present town Cayastá, but the city was moved in 1651 and 1660 to its present location. Juan de Garay (born in 1528 in Orduña, Spain - died near the River Plate in 1583) was an Spanish conquistador. ...


In 1812 the lawyer and general Manuel Belgrano created and displayed for the first time the Argentine flag on the banks of the Paraná River, at Rosario (by that time a small village), 160 km south of Santa Fe. Manuel Belgrano (June 3, 1770 – June 20, 1820) was an Argentine lawyer, politician, and military leader, born in Buenos Aires. ... The flag has a 9:14 ratio The ornamental flag The national flag of Argentina dates from 1812. ... Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ...


In 1815, while Alvear's central government felt due to Ignacio Álvarez Thomas' rebellion (at that time commander of an army sent to Santa Fe against Artigas), Francisco Candioti, the local militia chief, took over, peacefully, of government, thus starting the era of Santa Fe as an autonomous province. This period was short lived, since that same year Candioti died and central government reestablished the dependent government. However, in 1816, the caudillos Mariano Vera and Estanislao López deposed the governor delegate and proclaimed the sovereignty of the province and its membership into Artigas's Free Peoples League (Liga de Pueblos Libres). Carlos María de Alvear Carlos María de Alvear y Balbastro (October 25, 1789 - November 3, 1852) was an Argentine general and politician of the early 19th century. ... Ignacio Álvarez Thomas José Ignacio Álvarez Thomas (February 15, 1787 - July 19, 1857) was a South American military commander and politician of the early 19th century. ... José Gervasio Artigas (June 19, 1764 - September 23, 1850) was a national hero of Uruguay and is sometimes called the father of Uruguayan independence. // His life Born in Montevideo of in a wealthy family, at the age of twelve he moved to the countryside and devoted himself to rural tasks... The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view. ... Estanislao López (1786–1838) was a governor and caudillo of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, between 1818 and 1838, a hero of provincial federalism and an ally of Juan Manuel de Rosas. ... Sovereignty is the exclusive right to exercise supreme political (e. ... José Gervasio Artigas (June 19, 1764 - September 23, 1850) was a national hero of Uruguay and is sometimes called the father of Uruguayan independence. // His life Born in Montevideo of in a wealthy family, at the age of twelve he moved to the countryside and devoted himself to rural tasks...


López drew, in 1818, a provincial constitution of a strongly conservative flavour, after rejecting a project proposed by a provincial assembly; Santa Fe was the first province to have its constitution. During the civil strifes of 1820, Santa Fe troops were decisive in the defeat of Buenos Aires' centralist army. So, in time, López gradually became the Federation's Patriarch, establishing himself as the central figure of the Federal Party until his death in 1838. Conservatism or political conservatism is any of several historically related political philosophies or political ideologies. ... Buenos Aires (English: Fair Winds, originally Ciudad de la Santísima Trinidad y Puerto de Santa María de los Buenos Aires, City of the Holy Trinity and Port of Saint Mary of the Fair Winds) is the capital of Argentina and its largest city and port, as well as...


After López's death it was his secretary and right hand, José María Cullen the one elected governor. However, being Cullen a potential rival of Buenos Aires governor and Confederation's Foreign Affairs Representative, Juan Manuel de Rosas, he sook and got Cullen's capture and execution, naming pro-Rosas Juan Pablo López as governor. The new governor mantained in power, alterning with Pascual Echagüe, until the province invasion by Justo José de Urquiza's Great Army in 1851, and during his term the province adopted a new constitution in 1841. Brigadier General Don Juan Manuel de Rosas Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas y López de Osornio (born Juan Manuel Ortiz de Rozas, 1793-1877) was a conservative Argentinian politician who ruled Argentina from 1829 to 1852. ... Justo José de Urquiza y García (October 18, 1801 â€“ April 11, 1870) was an Argentine general and politician. ...


After the organization of the nation, the province entered an era of peace and prosperity; in 1872 the railways already connected many points of the province, as well as the telegraph lines, and in 1889 the Universidad de Santa Fe was founded.


The political hegemony of the conservative groups was challenged by the new ideas brought by the European immigrants gave birth to the Unión Cívica Radical (UCR) and the Partido Demócrata Progresista (PDP), and the creation of the Federación Agraria Argentina ("Argentine Agrarian Federation"). These two parties had many strong electoral contests with the province's conservative parties. Non-native population in Argentina, 1869–1991 The original inhabitants of Argentina were descendents of Asian peoples that crossed the Bering Land Bridge into North America and then, over thousands of years, reached the southern end of South America. ... The Radical Civic Union (Unión Cívica Radical, or UCR) is the foremost opposition party in Argentina. ...


After the Electoral Reform of Roque Sáenz Peña in 1912, the UCR reached the government and stayed until the coup of 1930. During this time, more precisely in 1919, The Universidad Nacional del Litoral was founded. In 1932 it was the PDP who got the governor's seat. Roque Sáenz Peña Lahitte (1851 - 1914) was President of Argentina from 12 October 1910 to 9 August 1914. ... ...


The province importance kept growing, as a major agricultural producer, with Rosario as one of the most important ports of Argentina. Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ...


Geography and climate

Most of the province consists of green flatlands, part of the humid Pampas, bordering to the north with the Gran Chaco region. There are low sierras to the west. The north has higher temperatures with an annual average of 21 °C and precipitations of up to 1,100 mm in the east, decreasing towards the west, where there is a distinctive dry season during the winter. The south presents lower temperatures, and slightly less precipitations. The pampas (from Quechua for plain) are the fertile lowlands that extend across c. ... Landscape in the Gran Chaco, Paraguay The Gran Chaco (Quechua chaqu, hunting land), dubbed by some as the last South American frontier, is an arid, sparsely populated, very hot, semi-desertic, lowland region of the River Plate basin, divided between Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina and a small portion in Brazil called... The degree Celsius (symbol: °C) is an SI derived unit of temperature. ...


The main river, and connection to open sea through the Río de la Plata is the Paraná River. There are also other tributaries to the Paraná including the Salado del Norte, the Carcarañá and the Arroyo del Medio. The plain lands tend to be flooded after heavy rains due to the growth of the Paraná and Salado rivers. In 2003 a rapid rise of the Salado produced a catastrophic flood of the capital and many communities in the north-center of the province, prompting the evacuation of no less than 100,000 people and major economic losses. Río de la Plata in relation to Uruguay and Argentina A satellite view of the estuary The Río de la Plata (from Spanish: River of Silver), also known by the English name River Plate, as in the Battle of the River Plate, or sometimes [La] Plata River, is... The sun rising over the Paraná River, from the north-east of Rosario, Argentina. ... The Salado River (in Spanish Río Salado, literally Salty River) is a river that crosses several provinces of Argentina, flowing 1,500 kilometres from its source in the Salta Province to end in the Paraná River, in the Santa Fe Province. ... The Carcarañá River is a river in Argentina. ... The Arroyo del Medio (Spanish, lit. ... See also: 2002 in Argentina, other events of 2003, 2004 in Argentina // Events January 3 January: The Assembly of the Justicialist Party, with three presidential candidates, proposes using the Ley de Lemas in the main election instead of selecting one candidate in primaries. ... This article is about the flooding of Santa Fe, capital of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, in April 2003. ...


Economy

Santa Fe's economy is one of the most important of the country. Twenty-one percent of the cultivated lands of Argentina are in Santa Fe, whose main crops are soybean (main national producer), sunflower, maize, wheat and rice. In smaller scale strawberry, honey and derivatives (300,000 beehives), wood and cotton are produced. This article or section contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... Binomial name Helianthus annuus L. The sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual plant in the Family Asteraceae with a large flower head (inflorescence). ... Binomial name Zea mays L. Maize (Zea mays ssp. ... Species T. boeoticum T. compactum T. dicoccoides T. dicoccon T. durum T. monococcum T. spelta T. sphaerococcum References:   ITIS 42236 2002-09-22 Wheat (Triticum spp. ... Species Oryza glaberrima Oryza sativa Rice refers to two species (Oryza sativa and Oryza glaberrima) of grass, native to tropical and subtropical southeastern Asia and to Africa, which together provide more than one fifth of the calories consumed by humans[1]. Rice is an annual plant, growing to 1-1. ... Species 20+ species; see text The strawberry (Fragaria) is a genus of plants in the family Rosaceae, and the fruit of these plants. ... Honey honey comb A capped frame of honeycomb Honey is a sweet and viscous fluid produced by honeybees and other insects from the nectar of flowers. ... The term Beehive can refer to several different things: Beehive (beekeeping) is a human-provided structure in which bees are induced to live and raise their young. ...

The green grass of the province is ideal for the 6.5 million heads of cattle (20% of national stock), which is not only source of meat but of 2,600 million of litres of milk per year (40% of the national production), which is processed by over 5,000 dairies. Image File history File links Monumento_a_la_Bandera_(1). ... Image File history File links Monumento_a_la_Bandera_(1). ... Monumento a la Bandera, Rosario, Argentina The National Flag Memorial (in Spanish, Monumento Nacional a la Bandera) in Rosario, Argentina, is a monumental complex built near the shore of the Paraná River. ... Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... Binomial name Bos taurus Linnaeus, 1758 Cattle (called cows in vernacular usage, kine archaic, or ky as the Scots plural of coo) are domesticated ungulates, a member of the subfamily Bovinae of the family Bovidae. ... Dairy farm near Oxford, New York A dairy is a facility for the extraction and processing of animal milk (mostly from cows, sometimes from buffalo, sheep or goats) and other farm animals, for human consumption. ...


The ports between Rosario and San Lorenzo are departure points for the export of the production of the Santa Fe and many other provinces; through them leave 65% of the Argentine cereal and 55% of the country's exports. In 2004, Santa Fe's exports (7,170 million USD) accounted for 21% of the national total. Between 2001 and 2004 they increased 65.2%. Derivates of soybean, flours and vegetable oils comprised about 2,000 million USD and over 7.6 million tonnes. [1] In 2005 the ports of southern Santa Fe shipped 60% of the grains, 93% of the agricultural subproducts and 85% of the vegetable oils exported by Argentina. [2] Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... San Lorenzo is a city in the south of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, located north of Rosario, on the western shore of the Paraná River, and forming one end of the Greater Rosario metropolitan area, approximately at 32°49′59″ S 60°51′39″ W. It is the...


The industry of Santa Fe represents 30% of its production and is also among the top in Argentina. Mills that produce different flours and oils, beer, and other food industries, leather and textiles, hydrocarbon refineries, steel (1 million tonnes a year) and metals production, industrial and agricultural machines, car industry and others. The term mill, depending on context, can refer to: Mill (factory) – a place of business for making articles of manufacture; e. ... Look up flour in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with cooking oil. ... A selection of bottled beers A selection of cask beers Beer is the worlds oldest and most popular alcoholic beverage. ... Hydrocarbons are refined at oil refineries and processed at chemical plants In chemistry, a hydrocarbon is any chemical compound that consists only of the elements carbon (C) and hydrogen (H). ... The old steel cable of a colliery winding tower Steel is a metal alloy whose major component is iron, with carbon being the primary alloying material. ...


Tourism is not an important activity in spite of the wide range of hotels and restaurants. Rosario, home to the National Flag Memorial (Monumento Nacional a la Bandera) and a number of museums, receives a number of visitors from Argentina. The replica of the Sancti Spiritus Fort, the ruins of Cayastá and the city of Santa Fe are also common destinations. Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... Monumento a la Bandera, Rosario, Argentina The National Flag Memorial (in Spanish, Monumento Nacional a la Bandera) in Rosario, Argentina, is a monumental complex built near the shore of the Paraná River. ... Santa Fe is the capital city of the Santa Fe Province of Argentina. ...


Government

The provincial government is divided in the usual three branches: the executive, headed by a governor, popularly elected for non-reelection four-year terms, who appoint the cabinet; the legislative, formed by a bi-cameral legislature (a 50-member Chamber of Deputies and a 19-member Senate, all elected for four-year terms); and the judiciary, headed by the Supreme Court and completed by several inferior tribunals.


Since 1991, the executive and legislative officials were elected in single-round elections by a controversial system called Ley de Lemas. This system was repealed in 2004; the new one includes compulsory primary elections, which were held for the first time in August 2005, with good results according to most analyses. The parliamentary election of 23 October 2005 was the first main election without the Ley de Lemas. The Ley de Lemas (Spanish, Law of Lemmas) is a law dictating a voting system that employs an unusual open-list party-list proportional representation method. ... The examples and perspective in this article do not represent a worldwide view. ... 2005 : January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December- → Deaths in August August 31: Michael Sheard August 26: Lord Fitt August 24: Jack Slipper August 24: Maurice Cowling August 24: Dr. Tom Pashby August 23: Brock Peters August 22: Lord Lane August 21: Robert Moog August... Argentina held national parliamentary elections on Sunday, 23 October 2005. ... October 23 is the 296th day of the year (297th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 69 days remaining. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Administrative division

The province is divided in 19 departments (in Spanish, departamentos), and the departments are divided in districts which can be organised as communes or municipalities (the latter are the ones over 10,000 inhabitants, usually referred to as "cities"). Departments (Spanish: departamentos) form the second level of administrative division in the provinces of Argentina. ... A commune is an administrative subdivision of various European and African countries, including Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Senegal, and the Scandinavian countries. ... A municipality or general-purpose district (compare with: special-purpose district) is an administrative local area generally composed of a clearly defined territory and commonly referring to a city, town, or village government. ...

Aerial view of Rosario and the Paraná River
Aerial view of Rosario and the Paraná River
Departament Population Area Head town
Belgrano 41,449 2,386 km² Las Rosas
Caseros 79,096 3,449 km² Casilda
Castellanos 162,165 6,600 km² Rafaela
Constitución 83,045 3,225 km² Villa Constitución
Garay 19,913 3,964 km² Helvecia
General López 182,113 11,558 km² Melincué
General Obligado 166,436 10,928 km² Reconquista
Iriondo 65,486 3,184 km² Cañada de Gómez
La Capital 489,505 3,055 km² Santa Fe
Las Colonias 95,202 6,439 km² Esperanza
9 de Julio 28,273 16,870 km² Tostado
Rosario 1,121,441 1,890 km² Rosario
San Cristóbal 64,935 14,850 km² San Cristóbal
San Javier 29,912 6,929 km² San Javier
San Jerónimo 77,253 4,282 km² Coronda
San Justo 40,379 5,575 km² San Justo
San Lorenzo 142,097 1,867 km² San Lorenzo
San Martín 60,698 4,860 km² Sastre
Vera 51,303 21,096 km² Vera

Image File history File links An aerial photograph of Rosario, Argentina, from above the Paraná River. ... Image File history File links An aerial photograph of Rosario, Argentina, from above the Paraná River. ... Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... The sun rising over the Paraná River, from the north-east of Rosario, Argentina. ... Las Rosas is a city in the southwest of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, located 165 km from the provincial capital. ... Casilda is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... Rafaela is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, about 96 km from the provincial capital. ... Villa Constitución is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and head town of the Constitución Department. ... Helvecia is a town (comuna) in the center-east of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, on the San Javier River (which empties promptly into the Paraná River). ... Melincué is a town (comuna) in the south of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 287 km from the provincial capital. ... Reconquista is a city in the north of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 327 km from the provincial capital. ... Cañada de Gómez is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... Santa Fe is the capital city of the Santa Fe Province of Argentina. ... Esperanza is a city in the center of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... Tostado is a city in the northwest of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 334 km north-west from the provincial capital. ... The Rosario Department (in Spanish, Departamento Rosario) is an administrative subdivision (departamento) of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... Rosario is the largest city of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, and the third most populous in the country, after Buenos Aires and Córdoba. ... San Cristóbal is a city in the center-north of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 179 km north-northwest from the provincial capital. ... San Javier is a city in the northeast of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 156 km north-northeast from the provincial capital. ... Coronda is a small city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... San Justo is a city in the center region of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 99 km north from the provincial capital. ... The San Lorenzo Department (in Spanish, Departamento San Lorenzo) is an administrative subdivision (departamento) of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ... San Lorenzo is a city in the south of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, located north of Rosario, on the western shore of the Paraná River, and forming one end of the Greater Rosario metropolitan area, approximately at 32°49′59″ S 60°51′39″ W. It is the... Sastre is a town (comuna) in the west of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 139 km west from the provincial capital. ... Vera is a city in the north of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. ...

External links

  • Official website
  • Inforama - Maps and information on departments and municipalities in Santa Fe.
  • Pictures from Santa Fe Province Images and photos from cities in Santa Fe.

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Santa Fe Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1284 words)
Santa Fe is a province of Argentina, located in the north of the country.
After the organization of the nation, the province entered an era of peace and prosperity; in 1872 the railways already connected many points of the province, as well as the telegraph lines, and in 1889 the Universidad de Santa Fe was founded.
Twenty-one percent of the cultivated lands of Argentina are in Santa Fe, whose main crops are soybean (main national producer), sunflower, maize, wheat and rice.
Santa Fe, Argentina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (370 words)
Santa Fe is the capital city of the Santa Fe Province of Argentina.
Santa Fe is the commercial and transportation center for a rich agricultural area that produces grain, vegetable oils, and meats.
Santa Fe was originally founded in the nearby site of Cayastá (where there is an historical park containing the burial place of Hernandarias, the first American-born governor in South America) in 1573.
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