Place:Avellaneda (partido), Buenos Aires, Argentina


NameAvellaneda (partido)
Alt namesAvellaneda Partido
Avellanedasource: Wikipedia
Barracas al Sudsource: Family History Library Catalog
Barracas al Sursource: Encyclopædia Britannica (1988) I, 735
Coordinates34.667°S 58.333°W
Located inBuenos Aires, Argentina     (1850 - )
source: Family History Library Catalog

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Avellaneda is a partido in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It has an area of 55.17 km² (21.3 sq mi) and a population of 340,985.[1] Its capital is the city of Avellaneda.

The partido is located in the Gran Buenos Aires urban area, separated from Buenos Aires city by the Riachuelo River. Connecting it to the federal district are two main bridges, being the most important the Puente Pueyrredón, that connects Mitre, the main Avenue in Avellaneda Partido, directly with the 9 de Julio Avenue. The Avellaneda bridge connects Isla Maciel with La Boca neighbourhood.

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