There are many different types of landforms in Argentina from plain grasslands to one of the seven wonders of the world. Argentina is the home of the Igazu Falls. The Igazu Falls is a man made waterfall and was awarded the title as one of the seven wonders of the world. Another landform is the Aconcagua Mountain in the Mendoza chain. At 22,834 feet, Aconcagua is the highest point of all of South America. Pampas is a large area that is just grassland where they grow crops which extends from Buenos Aires to Santa Fe. With many different landforms in the marvelous country, you will just want to see them all.
Argentina has a mixed climate. In the north it is temperate, in the center it is arid, and in the south there are glaciers. With all these different climates you might think it is hard for people to live here, but most people live in the capital, Buenos Aires, because it is temperate. Just remember, if you ever go to Argentina bring sandals but also bring a jacket.
Argentina borders the Atlantic Ocean. The Rio Parana flows in the east of this country. Rio de la Plata is an estuary and one of the major waterways of the Western Hemisphere. The main rivers of Argentina are the Parana with the tributary, the Salado, the Colorado River, the Río Negro, and the Chubut.