Aluminé

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Aluminé
Aluminé is located in Argentina
Aluminé
Aluminé
Location in Argentina
Coordinates: 39°13′S 70°57′W / 39.217°S 70.950°W / -39.217; -70.950Coordinates: 39°13′S 70°57′W / 39.217°S 70.950°W / -39.217; -70.950
Country  Argentina
Province Neuquén Province
Department Aluminé Department
Founded October 20, 1915
Government
 • Mayor Damián Romero
Elevation 985 m (3,232 ft)
Population (2001 census [INDEC])
 • Total 3,720
CPA Base B 8345
Area code(s) +54 02942
Website www.alumine.gov.ar
Aluminé in 2007.

Aluminé is a second class municipality and the capital city of Aluminé Department located in Neuquén Province, Argentina.

History[edit]

Aluminé was established in 1915, due to the departmental reorganization of the Neuquén Territory, today the Neuquén Province.

Geography[edit]

Located in the left shore of the Aluminé River, surrounded by mountains, is the entry to the "Distrito del pehuén" (Pehuen district) to the Mapuche community and the ten lakes: Quillén, Hui Hui, Rucachoroy, Pulmarí, Nonpehuén, Pilhue, Ñorquinco, Polcahue, Moquehue and Aluminé.

References[edit]

Aluminé, Spanish Wikipedia