Río Cuarto


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Río Cuarto

(rē`ō kwär`tō), city (1991 pop. 138,996), Córdoba prov., central Argentina, in the W Pampa, on the Río Cuarto. It is the commercial center for a large agricultural area yielding fruit, flour, and cattle. The city was settled in the 18th cent. The movement to overthrow Juan Perón in 1955 began at the air force base in Río Cuarto.

Río Cuarto

 

a city in Argentina on the Cuarto River (Paraná River basin), in Córdoba Province. Population, 65,600 (1960). A railroad junction, Río Cuarto is a commercial center of an agricultural region on the edge of the Pampa. Cattle are fattened in the area. A food-processing industry is located in the city.