Caseros Department

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Caseros Department
Department
Location of Caseros Department within Santa Fe Province
Location of Caseros Department within Santa Fe Province
Coordinates: 33°3′S 61°10′W / 33.050°S 61.167°W / -33.050; -61.167Coordinates: 33°3′S 61°10′W / 33.050°S 61.167°W / -33.050; -61.167
Country  Argentina
Province Santa Fe
Head town Casilda
Area
 • Total 3,449 km2 (1,332 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 79,096
 • Density 23/km2 (59/sq mi)
Time zone ART (UTC-3)

The Caseros Department (in Spanish, Departamento Caseros) is an administrative subdivision (departamento) of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. It is located in the south of the province. Its head town is the city of Casilda (population 32,000).

Its neighbouring departments are Belgrano and Iriondo in the north, San Lorenzo in the west, and Constitución and General López in the south; to the west its border markthe interprovincial limit with Córdoba.

The towns and cities in this department are (in alphabetical order): Arequito, Arteaga, Berabevú, Bigand, Casilda, Chabás, Chañar Ladeado, Gödeken, Los Molinos, Los Quirquinchos, San José de La Esquina, Sanford, Villada.

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