Neuquén Destination Guide
Delve into Neuquén in Argentina!
Neuquén in the region of Neuquén with it's 242,092 residents is located in Argentina - some 613 mi (or 987 km) South-West of Buenos Aires, the country's capital.
Current time in Neuquén is now 09:59 AM (Sunday). The local timezone is named "America / Argentina / Salta" with an UTC offset of -3 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Santa Rosa, General Fernandez Oro, Cinco Saltos, Centenario, Talca or San Carlos de Bariloche. While being here, make sure to check out Neuquén, Ferri and Cipolletti as well. We discovered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Noelia Pucci - La Kukaracha
Noelia Pucci, su Orquesta Inestable y san Lorenzo City en vivo en el Aula Magna de la UNC, Neuquén, ocho de agosto de 2008
Ciudad de Neuquén
Ciudad de Neuquén
BALLET DEL SUR® 2008 - CINE TEATRO ESPA...
Ballet Del Sur. Cine Teatro Español de la ciudad de Neuquén, Argentina
PSY-EL BAILE DEL CABALLO Gandam Style
El Baile del Caballo Gandam Stile
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Interesting facts about this location
Confluencia is a department located in the east of Neuquén Province in Argentina. Neuquén, the capital city of the province, is located in this department. The department is named Confluencia after the confluence of the rivers Negro and Limay.
Located at -38.95, -68.06 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 0 mi away.
Neuquén is a province of Argentina, located in the west of the country, at the northern end of Patagonia. It borders Mendoza Province to the north, Rio Negro Province to the southeast, and Chile to the west. It also meets La Pampa Province at its northeast corner.
Located at -38.95, -68.06 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.
The Neuquén River is the second most important river of the province of Neuquén in the Argentine Patagonia, after the Limay River.
The Limay River is an important river in the northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the region of Comahue). It is born at the eastern end of the Nahuel Huapi Lake and flows in a meandering path for about 380 km, collecting the waters of several tributaries, such as the Traful, the Pichileufú and the Collón Curá. It then meets the Neuquén River and together they become the Río Negro. At this confluence lies the city of Neuquén.
FaSinPat, formerly known as Zanon, is a worker-controlled ceramic tile factory in the southern Argentine province of Neuquén, and one of the most prominent in the recovered factory movement of Argentina. The name is short for Fábrica Sin Patrones, which means "Factory Without Bosses" in Spanish.
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