This report brings together a selection of maps of Argentina, most of them, used in our reports. Each of the maps, expresses information on various aspects of Argentina. In some cases we have included maps on the same subjects, with different approaches of different authors. We have also included links to related topics, that expand the information contained in each of the maps. Moreover, most of them has a link to download a version of the map in high resolution.
Types Argentina Maps
Maps divided into the following groups:
Political maps Argentina
Official Map of Argentina with Political Division, prepared by the National Geographic Institute. The map includes the continental, insular and maritime space. All on the same scale. Division by provinces and neighboring countries.
Learn more about limits, lengths and surfaces we suggest see Dimensions of Argentina. For more information on maps, location, area and population of each province, see Argentina Provinces
Map of Argentina with a focus on its American mainland. The Antarctic part is shown in a different scale. It also expresses the division into provinces, capitals and major cities.
Physical maps Argentina
Map of modern representation of the topography and landforms, including:
Named mountain ranges and height of the main peaks. Provincial and national boundaries.
Major rivers and their tributaries, lakes and reservoirs. Atlantic coast and major accidents.
On this last topic you can find information and images Hydrography in Argentina .
Download version 1828×2714 px
This map contains information about the different heights of the relief and geographical depressions. Major hills, mountains, plains, ridges and peaks of Argentina.
It differs from the previous one, mainly because it allows to understand that landform belongs to each province.
Besides presenting the location of the provincial capitals, major cities and heights, defined by different colors.
Download version 1687×2700 px
Maps of Argentina by Region
Because of our vast territory and rich biodiversity, there are different approaches, about the number of geographic regions present in our country. This map shows the presence of 8 geographical regions, endorsed by numerous studies on the subject. Those regions are described in the report on Argentina Geographic Regions.
These maps made by our team, are based on an extensive report by Lillo Institute http://surdelsur.com/en/fundacion-miguel-lillo/ In this report, the Argentine territory is divided for study into regions, domains and biogeographic provinces . For an approach to the subject, we suggest see the report Regiones biogeográficas argentinas.
This map shows the different regions of the Argentine territory according to environmental characteristics, its flora and its most emblematic fauna.
Download version 1537×2279 px
The environmental map is a map of ecoregions, which the most emblematic flora and fauna. Location of the national parks, and natural sites distinguished by UNESCO as World Heritage.
Download version 1578×2345 px
Map where it is represented different types of climates and its division into varieties according to their location in each climate zone.
Download version 1701×2722 px
This map shows, in general terms, four major climatic regions. The following report analyzes the Types of Climate in Argentina.
Maps attractions of Argentina
Physical map representing the various tourist activities that can be performed in each region.
Download version 1537×2459 px
Map with division by provinces exhibiting the major archaeological sites of Argentina.
Download version 1537×2459 px
Download version 1527×2390 px
There are two interesting features to consider, the first of which involves downloading maps, for school use. Get them by clicking here.
The second resource is a collection of maps of the Argentine Provinces. Click here.
Both services are managed by the Instituto Geográfico Nacional. (National Geographic Institute).
- Ministerio de Educación (Ministry of Education). Argentina Maps Map Library
- IGN. Instituto Geográfico Nacional (National Geographic Institute). Map Service