Pico Truncado

Pico Truncado is a town and municipality in Santa Cruz Province in southern . In 1921, the village's railway station was the site of one of the few open engagements between the Argentine Army and anarchist strikers at the time of the events known as Patagonia rebelde, where the army suffered its only fatality of the campaign.
Latitude
-46.7992° or 46° 47' 57.1" south
Longitude
-67.9577° or 67° 57' 27.6" west
Open Location Code
475J622R+8W
Population
26,600
United Nations Location Code
AR JPT
Elevation
286 metres (938 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 2985531434
Geo­Names ID
3841309
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Also Known As

  • Armenian: Պիկո Տրունկադո
  • Catalan: Pico Truncado
  • Cebuano: Pico Truncado
  • Dutch: Pico Truncado
  • Egyptian Arabic: پيكو ترونكادو
  • French: Pico Truncado
  • German: Pico Truncado
  • Hebrew: פיקו טרונקדו
  • Italian: Pico Truncado
  • Lithuanian: Piko Trunkadas
  • Occitan (post 1500): Pico Truncado
  • Persian: پیکو ترونکادو
  • Polish: Pico Truncado
  • Portuguese: Pico Truncado
  • Russian: Пико-Трункадо
  • Russian: Пико Трункадо
  • Spanish: Pico Truncado
  • Swedish: Pico Truncado
  • Ukrainian: Піко-Трункадо
  • Pico Troncado

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