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San Miguel de Tucumán

About San Miguel de Tucumán

527,607 in city
806,006 in metro
90 km² (35 mi²)
450 m
San Miguel de Tucumán is the capital city of the Tucumán Province and the fifth largest metropolitan area in Argentina. The city is located 1300 km northwest of Buenos Aires at the foothills of the Aconquija Range. Tucumán holds an important place in Argentina’s history since the country’s independence from Spain was proclaimed here on July 9, 1816. Over the past decades, the city has lost most of its former architectural identity as most of its old buildings and houses in the downtown area were demolished and replaced by new, in many cases tasteless, apartment and office blocks. This same transformation has given San Miguel de Tucumán one of the densest skylines in the country.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
130 All Buildings
under construction

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Torre San Martín 930 282 ft 2011
2 Torre Muñecas 246 ft 1997
3 576 Bureau Center 210 ft 2011
4 25 de Mayo 869 - -
5 Rivadavia 639 - -

Building types

No. Type
127 high-rise building
3 low-rise building