Santiago del Estero
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Santiago del Es·te·ro(dĕl ə-stĕr′ō, ĕ-stĕ′rō)
A city of north-central Argentina north of Córdoba. Originally founded in 1553, it is the oldest continuous settlement in the country.
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Santiago del Estero(Spanish del esˈtero)
(Placename) a city in N Argentina: the oldest continuous settlement in Argentina, founded in 1553 by Spaniards from Peru. Pop: 385 000 (2005 est)
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Santia′go del Es•te′ro(dɛl ɛˈstɛər oʊ)
a city in N Argentina. 263,471.
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