Misiones

It is world-renowned for the Iguazú Falls,
one of the Great Wonders of the world.

The Paraná Forest, the red soil, the mate, the religious and popular festivals are cultural and gastronomic heritages ideal for enjoying adventure tourism, watching birds and camping under the stars.

Its system of protected areas is one of the most visited ones in the country and makes Misiones one of the provinces with the greatest preservation in natural resources.

The Jesuit Missions of the Guaraní peoples, declared a UNESCO World Heritage, are proof of the way the indigenous culture merged with the European culture in San Ignacio, Loreto, Santa Ana, Santa María and Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Littoral Region

Capital

Posadas

Average annual temperature

20°C

Population

1,101,593 inhabitants

Administrative division

75 municipalities. The main cities are Oberá, Eldorado, Posadas, Puerto Iguazú, Garupá and Apóstoles

River Regime

1,700 mm per year

Surface area

29,801 Km²

Climate

Subtropical without dry season

Relief

Paraná Forest, Atlantic forest

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