Chos Malal Department

Chos Malal Department
Chos Malal
—  Department  —
Country Argentina
Province Neuquén
Capital Chos Malal
Area
 - Total 4,330 km2 (1,671.8 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 - Total 14,185
 - Density 3.3/km2 (8.5/sq mi)
Important cities Chos Malal
  • Caepe Malal
  • Chapua
  • Costa Tilhue
  • Coyuco-Cochico
  • El Alamito
  • La Salada
  • Lonco Vaca
  • Los Menucos
  • Tricao Malal
  • Villa Curí Leuvú

Chos Malal is a department located in the north of Neuquén Province, Argentina.

Geography

The Department limits with Chile at the North, Mendoza Province at the nordeast, Pehuenches Department at southeast, Ñorquín Department at southwest and Minas Department at west.

Coordinates: 37°22′42″S 70°16′20″W / 37.37833°S 70.27222°W / -37.37833; -70.27222


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