Climate Because Argentina is south of the Equator, the seasons are the reverse of Europe, North America and much of Asia, being similar to Australia. Summer in Buenos Aires (months of January and February) is quite hot while winter is damp and chilly. Rain falls throughout the year, fro100 cm per year (39 inches) in Buenos Aires to less than 50 cm (20 inches) in Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes. In Argentina the Annual temperatures range from 24°C (75°F) to 11°C (51°F) in Buenos Aires (sea level) and Córdoba (420 m/1270 ft), and 24°C (75°F) to 8°C (46°F) in Mendoza (820 m/2484ft). Further south the weather becomes colder with a cold temperature of 0 degrees in winter for the city of Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego.
The flag and what it means •The blue and white colors represent blue sky and clouds the yellow represent’s the sun.
Borders Countries that border Argentina are Brazil in the Northeast, Uruguay in the East side ,Paraguay in the North ,Bolivia in the Northwest , Chile in the West Oceans that border Argentina is the Atlantic Ocean
Natural Resources Argentina’s Natural Resources are Trees Sand Gold Silver Gas copper
Waterfall Waterfall This is a waterfall in Argentina
Andes Mountains This is the Andes Mountains in Argentina
Tigre River This is the Tigre River in Argentina
Population and Politics Capital: Buenos Aires Population: 40,913,584 (July 2009 est.) Conventional Name: Argentine Republic Local Name: Republica Argentina Chief of State: President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Head of State: President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
Interesting facts Did you know Argentina is the second largest country in South America? Did you know Spanish is Argentina’s official language? Did you know Argentina is the place where some of the oldest and largest fossils of a dinosaur have under ground?