General Pinto Partido
Partido de General Pinto
|Established||October 22, 1891|
|Founded by||provincial law 2437|
|• Mayor||Alexis Raúl Guerrera, FpV|
|• Total||2 km2 (0.8 sq mi)|
|• Density||5,600/km2 (14,000/sq mi)|
The provincial subdivision has a population of about 11,000 inhabitants in an area of 2,540 km2 (981 sq mi), and its capital city is General Pinto, which is located around 355 km (221 mi) from Buenos Aires.
The partido and its district capital are named after General Manuel Guillermo Pinto, who fought in the defence of Buenos Aires against the English and in the Argentine War of Independence. He later went on to serve as Governor of Buenos Aires.
The partido was reduced in size in 1991 due to the creation of Florentino Ameghino Partido.
- General Pinto
- Colonia San Ricardo (Estación Iriarte)
- Dos Hermanos
- El Peregrino
- Ingeniero V. Balbín (Villa Roth)
- Los Callejones
- Pazos Kanki
- Villa Francia (Estación Coronel Granada)
- (Spanish) General Pinto
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