Berazategui Partido

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Berazategui
Partido de Berazategui
Department
Berazategui Partido in relation to Gran Buenos Aires
Berazategui Partido in relation to Gran Buenos Aires
Country Argentina
Established 1960
Founded by provincial law
Capital Berazategui
Government
 • Mayor Juan Patricio Mussi, Partido Justicialista
Population
 • Total 320,224[1]
Demonym berazateguense
Postal Code B1880, B1884, B1885, B1886, B1890, B1893
IFAM BUE013
Area Code 011, 02229
Coordinates 34°47′S 58°24′W / 34.783°S 58.400°W / -34.783; -58.400
Website http://www.berazategui.gov.ar

Berazategui is a partido in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. With a surface of 188 km² (73 sq mi) and a population of 320,224 (2010 census [INDEC]),[1] it is located at the southeast of the Greater Buenos Aires urban conglomerate, and its capital is Berazategui city.

It was part of the Quilmes Partido until 1960.

The majority of the population are concentrated in the city of Berazategui which has an important commercial district with a pedestrian centre.

Berazategui is also home to Asociación Deportiva Berazategui, a football club that play in the regionalised 4th division of Argentine football.

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