Partidos of Buenos Aires

Political division of the province and its capital La Plata (red dot)

Second-level administrative subdivision only in the.

- Partidos of Buenos Aires
Political division of the province and its capital La Plata (red dot)

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Vicente López Partido

Districts of Vicente López
Maipú Avenue.
Santa Teresita catholic church in Florida.
View of the area from the Río de la Plata.

Vicente López is a partido in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Lanús Partido

The main avenue, Hipólito Yrigoyen, in Lanús district.

Lanús is a partido in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, at the south of the Gran Buenos Aires urban conglomerate neighbouring Buenos Aires city.

Municipality building.

Zárate, Buenos Aires

Port city in the northeast of the.

Port city in the northeast of the.

Municipality building.
The General Bartolomé Mitre Bridge, part of the Zárate-Brazo Largo bridge complex.
Partial view of private commercial docks in Zárate.
The "Homero Exposito" Amphitheater, located in the "Italia" Square.

It is the headquarters for and the only city in the partido of the same name.

San Antonio de Areco Partido

San Antonio de Areco is a partido (county) in the north of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Tandil

Piedra Movediza ("Moving Stone"), c. 1890
City Hall
Replica of the Piedra Movediza installed in 2007
Argentina's president Mauricio Macri was born in Tandil.
Juan Martín del Potro is a well known sport personality from the city.
Plaza Independencia (Independence Square)
Lago del Fuerte (Fortress Lake), with its artificial geyser
Statue outside Ramón Santamarina hospital
Entrance to Independence Park
Railway station platform (Roca Railway)
The city's rural surroundings
Road to the city's old fort
Lago del Fuerte in 2014
City skyline from Independence Park
Centinela rock formation outside of the city

Tandil is the main city of the homonymous partido (department), located in Argentina, in the southeast of Buenos Aires Province, just north-northwest of Tandilia hills.

Junín Partido

Location of the Municipality of Junín in the Buenos Aires province.

Junín Partido is a county (partido) in the.

San Antonio de Areco

Central plaza, San Antonio de Areco.
Ricardo Güiraldes Museum.

San Antonio de Areco is a city in northern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, and administrative seat of the partido of San Antonio de Areco.

Pilar, Buenos Aires

City in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina with a population of 299,077 as per the.

City in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina with a population of 299,077 as per the.

The Pando-Carabassa House, headquarters of the Argentine Polo Association.
Estancia La Magdalena (1868), in nearby Zelaya.

The Parish of Our Lady of the Pillar was consecrated in 1856, and the partido (county) of Pilar was established in 1864, its first municipal mayor being Tomás Márquez.

Provinces of Argentina.

Departments of Argentina

Departments (departamentos) form the second level of administrative division (below the provinces), and are subdivided in municipalities.

Departments (departamentos) form the second level of administrative division (below the provinces), and are subdivided in municipalities.

Provinces of Argentina.

They are extended in all of Argentina except for the Province of Buenos Aires and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, the national capital, each of which has different administrative arrangements (respectively partidos and comunas).

San Justo, Buenos Aires

City and the seat of government of La Matanza Partido, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

City and the seat of government of La Matanza Partido, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Avenida Arieta
The San Justo Women's Chorus

Its strategic location on National Highway 3 and Provincial Highway 4 (the Greater Buenos Aires beltway), make it among the most active, for its size, in the partido.