Almirante Brown Partido

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Almirante Brown
Partido de Almirante Brown
Department
Almirante Brown location in Gran Buenos Aires
Almirante Brown location in Gran Buenos Aires
Country Argentina
Established 1875
Founded by provincial law
Capital Adrogué
Government
 • Mayor Darío Giustozzi, FPV
Population
 • Total 555,731[1]
Demonym brownense
Postal Code B1846
IFAM BUE004
Area Code 011
Coordinates 34°47′S 58°24′W / 34.783°S 58.400°W / -34.783; -58.400
Website http://www.almirantebrown.gov.ar

Almirante Brown is a partido of the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, located at the south of the Gran Buenos Aires urban area, at coordinates 34°47′S 58°24′W / 34.783°S 58.400°W / -34.783; -58.400.

It has an area of 129.33 km² (49.9 sq mi) and 555,731 inhabitants (2010 census [INDEC]),[1] and its capital is Adrogué.

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The partido is named after Irish born General William Brown who led the Argentine navy in the Argentine War of Independence and helped Argentina gain her independence from the Spanish Empire.

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