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Río Ceballos

Río Ceballos
City
Río Ceballos is located in Argentina
Río Ceballos
Río Ceballos
Location of Río Ceballos in Argentina
Coordinates:
Country  Argentina
Province Córdoba
Department Colón Department
Elevation 729 m (2,392 ft)
Population
 • Total 16,632
Demonym(s) riocabellense
Time zone ART (UTC-3)
CPA base X5111
Dialing code +54 3543

Río Ceballos is a city and tourist destination in the Province of Córdoba located in the center of Argentina. Río Ceballos is located at the foot of the Sierras Chicas, about 30 km north of the provincial capital of Córdoba and is part of the Greater Córdoba area. Río Ceballos is accessed from Córdoba by taking Route E-53 north passing the Airport or by Cordoba City through Villa Allende, Mendiolaza and Unquillo, vía Route E-57. The Natural Hydrologic Reserve "La Quebrada Park" ("Parque La Quebrada") is 7 km beyond Río Ceballos taking the San Martin Avenue till its end.

Río Ceballos had 16,632 inhabitants according to the 2001 census, representing an increase of 29.9% over the population counted for the 1991 census. It has the fourth largest population of cities in the Greater Córdoba area.

External links

  • Welcome Argentina
  • Commercial, Industrial and Tourist Center of Río Ceballos (in Spanish)
  • Red Rio Ceballos

Municipal information: Municipal Affairs Federal Institute (IFAM), Municipal Affairs Secretariat, Ministry of Interior, Argentina. (Spanish)

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