Plaza Huincul

Plaza Huincul is a city in the Argentine Patagonia. It is located in the department Confluencia in Neuquén province. Together with the neighboring city of Cutral - Có it forms a conurbation with a population of 46,268, making it this agglomeration the second largest in the province.


The city was founded on 24 April 1966.


Near the city was found in 1918 in petroleum. The most important is the company to Repsol YPF owned refinery.


The greatest attraction in the city is the paleontological museum Carmen Funes in which the fossils of the Argentinosaurus are issued.

  • Place in Neuquén