Hurlingham, Buenos Aires
|• Intendant||Luis Acuña|
|Elevation||26 m (85 ft)|
|Population (2010 census [INDEC])|
|CPA Base||B 1686|
|Area code(s)||+54 11|
With a long history of nearly 140 years based on the contribution of British colonies, German, Italian and Spanish, was created with the gestation of Hurlingham Club that led to the village.
The municipality was created by the provincial Law No. 11,610 in December 1994 and functions as a municipality since 1995. The town, located in the central-east of the province, is known for its green spaces (golf research INTA, boundaries to Camino del Buen Ayre. In addition, the game is also known for being the youngest of the Province of Buenos Aires.
 Origin of name
The Hurlingham Club was founded in 1888 by the English community in the area, following the original Hurlingham Club, founded in Fulham (United Kingdom). According to the history of the Hurlingham Club, the name was inherited from the Hurlingham House, home of the club was founded, originally built by Dr. William Cadogan in 1760.
The word "ham" in Old English meant "house" may have been related to the name referring to "The House of Hurling", an ancient Irish sport. However, this has not been confirmed by staff of the Hurling Club in Fulham, who know the origin of the name.
The city has three rugby clubs of the match: Curupaity, Hurling Club and El Retiro all associated with Unión de Rugby de Buenos Aires. Also at the Hurlingham Club develops open one of the world's oldest polo.
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