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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La Matanza Partido

La Matanza ('The Slaughter' in Spanish) is a partido (county or department) located in the urban agglomeration of Greater Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Merlo Partido

Cities: Merlo, San Antonio de Padua, Parque San Martín, Mariano Acosta, Libertad and Pontevedra
La vuelta del malón (The return of the raiders) by Ángel Della Valle (1892), Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.
Juan Dillon, Merlo's first Mayor.
Aerial sight of Avenida Ituzaingó (present days Avenida del Libertador San Martín), Merlo city's main street, around 1950. In upper-right corner, Parque San Martín.
Raúl Othacehé, mayor of Merlo since 1991.
Population growth since 1869.
Estación Merlo, Merlo Railway Station, Merlo city.
Estación Marinos del Crucero Belgrano, Belgrano Sur line, Pontevedra, Merlo.
Upper Reconquista River.
Arroyo Torres, (Torres Creek), Parque San Martín, Merlo. It is a highly contaminated water course, tributary of the Reconquista River.

Merlo is a partido of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

San Isidro Partido

flag of San Isidro
Catedral de San Isidro.
Monument in honour of Domingo de Acassuso placed in San Isidro.

San Isidro is a partido of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina found in the north of Greater Buenos Aires.

Provinces of Argentina.

General Lavalle

City located in the east of the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

City located in the east of the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Provinces of Argentina.

It's the administrative center of the partido of General Lavalle, and the General Lavalle municipality.

Morón Partido

Morón is a partido (second level administrative division) of the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Veinticinco de Mayo Partido

Veinticinco de Mayo Partido (25 May) is a partido in the centre-north of Buenos Aires Province in Argentina.

Veinticinco de Mayo, Buenos Aires

Town situated in the centre of Buenos Aires Province in Argentina and has a population of 22,581 (2001).

Town situated in the centre of Buenos Aires Province in Argentina and has a population of 22,581 (2001).

Founded on 8 November 1836, it is the capital city of the partido of the same name.

Merlo, Buenos Aires

Coat of Arms of Francisco de Merlo's.
Merlo Railway Station, 1880
Avenida Ituzaingó (today the Avenida del Libertador San Martín), Merlo's main street, around 1950.
Avenida del Libertador General San Martín.
Merlo Railway Station.
Bank of the Province of Buenos Aires, Merlo branch.
Sullivan House, a residential house dating from the 19th century
Landaburu House, a historic residence
Merlo Municipal Palace
The Church of Our Lady of Mercy (Benoit)
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento school (Benoit)

Merlo is the head town of the eponymous partido of Merlo and seat of the municipal government, located in the Greater Buenos Aires urban area of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

Exaltación de la Cruz Partido

Exaltación de la Cruz Partido is a partido in the north-east part of Buenos Aires Province in Argentina.

Ezeiza Partido

Ezeiza Partido is a partido (second-level administrative subdivision) located in the southern part of Gran Buenos Aires in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.