Assuming that YOU were in either of those locations:
Northern Argentina is closer to the equator. The latitude of the equator is zero. Latitudes increase as you move farther from the equator, both north and south.
The northernmost point in Argentina is near 21.8° south latitude while the southernmost point in Spain is about 36° N near Gibraltar.
There are Spanish islands closer to the equator, the Canary Islands, at 27.6° N, but even so northern Argentina is closer to the equator by about 6° of latitude.
Northern Argentina is closer to the equator than southern Argentina is.
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Northern Argentina. Southern Argentina includes part of Antartica.
Northern Argentina is closer (about 1500 miles or 2400 kilometers south of the equator). Argentina (and most of South America) is south of the equator, so northern Argentina is closer to the equator than southern Argentina. (Argentina extends from about 22°S to about 55°S latitude.)
The northern half of Argentina is closer to the equator than the southernmost point in Spain.
The northern edge of Argentina is closer to the equator than the southern edge of Spain is. But southern Argentina is farther from the equator than any part of Spain.
If you could find a way to put North Carolina into northern Argentina, it would be closer to the equator there than it would be if it were in southern Spain.
In Argentina, you closer to northern than to Spain in southern.
Florida is closer to the equator than southern Argentina or any part of Spain is, although it's closer to southern Spain than it is to Argentina. But northern Argentina is closer to the equator than either Florida or any part of Spain. Southern Spain is also closer to Florida than it is to Argentina, but no part of any of them is as close to the Equator as Ecuador or Gabon is.
Argentina, like Chile, is very long north-to-south, and extends from about 20Â° S to about 55Â° S latitude. So northern Argentina is closer by far to the equator, central Argentina is about midway, and southern Argentina is closer to the south pole.
If you live in the U.S. you are closer to the EQUATOR.
No.Southern Michigan is about 43Â° north of the equator, while northern Argentina is only about 20Â° south of the equator. Argentina extends as far south as 55Â° S latitude, the southern tip of South America.
Most of Argentina is farther from the equator than all of southern Spain is,but there's a part in the north that's closer. I'm not in either country.There are some parts of Argentina that are farther from the equator than any placein Spain is, but there are certainly places in northern Argentina that are closer to theequator than many parts of southern Spain are.
Northern Argentina is only 21 degrees south of the equator. All US states except Hawaii are north of the equator by more than 24 degrees. Southern Michigan is nearly twice as far north (42 degrees north). *(Argentina does extend south as far as 55 degrees, which is as far from the equator as southern Alaska.)
Since you didn't say where you live, we can't really figure that out, can we? I personally am closer to northern Argentina...
Yes? Northern Argentina
Southern Spain is closer by a few hundred miles to Illinois. Some locations in the southern and western US are closer to Argentina.
The llama is closer to the equator.
People in most of Argentina are closer to the equator than people in southern Spain. Spain is between 37 and 43 degrees north of the equator. Only 20% of Argentina is more than 37 degrees south of the equator.
Santa Barbara, and southern California, is closer to Argentina than to Spain. Northern California (above Sacramento) is very slightly closer to Spain.
Yes. Spain is in Europe and north of the equator. It's southern part is closest to the equator.