Salta

city, capital of Salta provincia (province), northwestern Argentina. It lies in the irrigated Andean valley of Lerma, on a headstream of the Salado ...
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Salta

provincia (province), northwestern Argentina. It is bounded to the southwest by Chile, to the north by Bolivia, and to the northeast by Paraguay. The ...
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Salta

Salta, city (1991 pop. 370,302) capital of Salta prov., NW Argentina, in the Lerma valley. It is the commercial center of a region rich in agricultural produce, minerals (chiefly oil), and forest products. Corn, tobacco, wine grapes, and livestock are shipped through the city. Salta has retained its...
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Salta

The Salta was an Argentinean Cavallini type submarine of 920 tons displacement launched in 1932. The Salta was powered by two Tosi 6-cylinder diesel engines providing a top speed of 17.5 knots surfaced and 9 knots submerged. She was armed with one 4 inch gun; one 37 mm anti-aircraft gun and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes.
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Salta

Winegrowing region or province with capital of the same name in the northwest corner Argentina with about 1,500 hectares of vineyards. The area lies between the regions Jujuy in the north and Catamarca or. La Rioja in the south. The vineyards extend mostly at 1,500 to 2,400 meters above sea level on the slopes of the Andean valleys in the Valley Ca...
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