Prahuaniyeu

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Prahuaniyeu
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Prahuaniyeu
Prahuaniyeu
Prahuaniyeu is located in Argentina
Prahuaniyeu
Prahuaniyeu
Location of Prahuaniyeu in Río Negro and Argentina
Coordinates: 41°16′41″S 67°56′31″W / 41.278°S 67.942°W / -41.278; -67.942Coordinates: 41°16′41″S 67°56′31″W / 41.278°S 67.942°W / -41.278; -67.942
Country  Argentina
Province Río Negro
Department Nueve de Julio
Government
 • Presidente Orlando Goicochea
Population (2001)
 • Total 139
Postal code R8534
Area code(s) 02934

Prahuaniyeu is a village and municipality in Río Negro Province in Argentina,[1] located 70 kilometres (43 mi) south of Los Menucos on the Meseta de Somuncurá. The major economic activity is sheep and goat farming, with lambs and wool produced for sale.

On May 18 2011 Sol Líneas Aéreas Flight 5428, en route from Neuquén to Comodoro Rivadavia, crashed near this location at around 9 PM (GMT-3). The impact killed all 22 people aboard, including a baby.[2]

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