San Juan Province

San Juan Province may refer to:

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Argentine Political Parties - Current Parties - Other Parties
... of Production and Labour (Frente de la Producción y el Trabajo, San Juan Province) Chaco Deserves More (Chaco Merece Más, Chaco Province) Civic and ...
List Of Current Argentine Deputies - List of Current Deputies - San Juan Province
2005-2013) Eduardo Mauricio Ibarra, Union for San Juan, (2009-2013) Héctor Daniel Tomas, PJ - Front for Victory, (2009-2013) José Rubén Uñac, PJ - Front for Victory ...
Ischigualasto - Paleontology - Dinosaurs
... An undescribed theropod is present in San Juan Province Color key Notes Uncertain or tentative data are in crossed out data are discredited ... novasi San Juan Province Cancha de Bochas Member Partial skeleton including limb bones, pelvic bones and caudal vertebrae Basal sauropodomorph closely related to Saturnalia Eodromaeus E ... murphi San Juan Province Valle de la Luna Member A nearly complete skeleton and another partial skeleton Basal theropod Eoraptor E ...
List Of National Historic Monuments Of Argentina - San Juan Province
... Birthplace of Domingo Sarmiento, San Juan Church and Convent of Santo Domingo, San Juan Temple of San José de Jáchal, San José de Jáchal Achango Chapel, Las Flores Mills of Sardiña ...

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