Besides Cordobés, any regional accents??

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Tucumáno … Salteño… they are quite distinctive.

Mendocinos as well can sound a little Chileno.

Will also add that some Argentinos like make fun of those from Zona Norte of Buenos Aires for the way their “accent” comes across too. In short yes, there are various accents here.
 
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Tucumáno … Salteño… they are quite distinctive.

Mendocinos as well can sound a little Chileno.

Will also add that some Argentinos like make fun of those from Zona Norte of Buenos Aires for the way their “accent” comes across too. In short yes, there are various accents here.
Cool, i haven't visited those places yet. Do they have their own slang as well?
 

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San Juanino speech is very musical - same style as Mendocinos, but more lilt. Santa Fecinos are similar to BA, but they are known in some instances to pronounce the H after dropping the S. "Las Heras" (La Seras for Porteño) becomes "La Hera".
 

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La Rioja has a very particular accent. They pronounce the letter “R” with somewhat of a cross between the English “sh” and “z” sound. The western part of the province is absolutely phenomenal for outdoor adventures FYI
 
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