Santa Cruz Argentina Zip code

About Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Province is a province in Argentina. It is in the southern part of the country, in Patagonia, and it is called that. On its northern side, it is bordered by Chubut Province. Chile is to the west and south. It also has an Atlantic coast on its east. There are more people in Santa Cruz Province than there are in Buenos Aires Province. It is the second-largest province in Argentina, after Buenos Aires Province. The Tehuelches are the first people to live in the province. Even though Europeans started exploring the area in the 16th century, they kept their independence until the late 19th century. Soon after the Conquest of the Desert in the 1870s, the area was organised as the Territory of Santa Cruz, which was named after its first capital, Puerto Santa Cruz, which was in the middle of the desert. In 1888, the capital moved to Rio Gallegos. It has been there ever since, and it has never moved. It was during a gold rush in the late 1800s and early 1900s that a lot of people from Europe came to the territory. Argentina made Santa Cruz a province in 1957, and it was the first province to be named after itself.

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What is Santa Cruz Zipcode Format?
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