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Iso 3166-2:ar

ISO 3166-2:AR is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Argentina, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 1 city and 23 provinces. The city Buenos Aires is the capital of the country and has special status similar to the provinces.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is AR, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Argentina. The second part is a letter, originally used in vehicle registration plates (the letters I and O are not used since they could be mistaken as 1 and 0 respectively and were left out of license plates), and currently used in postal codes.

Contents

  • Current codes 1
  • Changes 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

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Code Subdivision name (es) Subdivision category
AR-C city
AR-B province
AR-K province
AR-H province
AR-U province
AR-X } province
AR-W province
AR-E province
AR-P province
AR-Y province
AR-L province
AR-F province
AR-M province
AR-N province
AR-Q province
AR-R province
AR-A province
AR-J province
AR-D province
AR-Z province
AR-S province
AR-G province
AR-V province
AR-T province

Changes

The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter
Newsletter II-2 2010-06-30 Typographical correction of a name and update of the list and code sources

See also

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: AR
  • Provinces of Argentina, Statoids.com
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