Tolar Grande

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Tolar Grande
Municipality and village
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Country Argentina
Province Salta
DepartmentLos Andes
Government
 • Presidente comunalSergio Alejandro Villanueva
Area
 • Total5,322 sq mi (13,785 km2)
Elevation
11,509 ft (3,508 m)
Population
(2009)[1]
 • Total148
Postal code
A4413
Websitewww.tolargrande.gov.ar/

Tolar Grande is a village and rural municipality in Salta Province in northwestern Argentina.[2]

Overview[edit]

The village is located in the middle of the Puna de Atacama, 357 km far from the city of Salta and near the Salar de Arizaro. It is served by the Salta–Antofagasta railway and is 170 km from Chilean borders at Socompa. The tourist attraction Ojos de Mar lies nearby.[1] With a municipal area of 13,785 km², it covers at almost half of the Los Andes Department territory.

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Media related to Tolar Grande at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 24°36′S 67°27′W / 24.600°S 67.450°W / -24.600; -67.450