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Nevados del Aconquija, Chicligasta Department, Tucumán, Argentina

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Name(s) in local language(s):Nevados del Aconquija

The "Nevados de Aconquija" are the mountainous cord limítrofre highest among the provinces of Tucumán and Catamarca. It has the highest peaks of the province such as:
"Cerro Bolsón", 5050 metres above sea level,
"Cerro el Zarzo", 5064 metres above sea level,
"Cerro de la Bolsa", 5300 metres above sea level,
"Cerro del Bolsón", 5550 metres above sea level,
"Cerro de las Dos Lagunas" or "Cerro de Los Cóndores", 5450 metres above sea level,
"Cerro Tipillas", 5142 metres above sea level,
"Glaciar Chimberi", 5500 metres above sea level, among the most important.

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Hugo A. Peña (1970). Minerales y Rocas de Aplicación de la Provincia de Tucumán. Dirección Provincial de Minas. Tucumán.

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