Geography of Argentina

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Argentina?
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What is the capital city of Argentina?
Buenos Aires
What region consists of southern Argentina and southern Chile?
Patagonia
What Argentinian mountain contains the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere?
Aconcagua
What object is depicted on the flag of Argentina?
Sun of May
What islands are called the Islas Malvinas by Argentinians?
Falkland Islands
What is the name of the region of fertile grasslands in Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil?
The Pampas
What massive waterfalls are found on the border of Argentina and Brazil?
Iguazú Falls
Which two cities are considered to be the second-biggest cities in Argentina?
Córdoba
Rosario
On what major river estuary is the Argentinian capital located?
Río de la Plata
What island chain is located on the far south of Argentina?
Tierra del Fuego
What is the southernmost city in Argentina, as well as the capital of the above?
Ushuaia
What language has the second-most native speakers in Argentina after Spanish?
Italian
Which two major rivers, both starting with P, join together near the city of Corrientes?
Paraná
Paraguay
What Argentinian city is one of world's "Great Wine Capitals"?
Mendoza
What semiarid lowland plains region covers much of central-northern Argentina?
Gran Chaco
What massive region is Argentina one of the seven countries to claim?
Antarctica
What river makes Argentina's border with Uruguay and Brazil?
Uruguay River
What salt lake is home to the lowest point in the Americas?
(hint: Spanish for "coal")
Laguna del Carbón
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