Los Toldos (Sometimes referred to as General Viamonte) is a small city in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, situated in the of General Viamonte Partido, which developed around a station of the same name on the Buenos Aires Western Railway. It is located at 310 km (193 mi) from Buenos Aires and has about 17,600 inhabitants (2001).
It is most famous as the birthplace of Argentine first lady Eva Perón in 1919.
The town of Los Toldos is home to an Indigenous Mapuche colony.
FF.CC. Los Toldos Train Station
- Parque Balneario Municipal (Municipal Balneario Park)
- (Spanish) Carnaval de Los Toldos
- Laguna La Azotea or Rehue
- (Spanish) La Casa de María Eva Duarte de Perón (María Eva Duarte de Perón's House)
- Monasterio Benedictino Santa María (Benedictine Monastery of St Mary)
- Monumento al Indio (Indian Monument)
- Plaza Bernardino Rivadavia (Bernardino Rivadavia Square)
- Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Pilar (Nuestra Señora del Pilar Church)
- Monasterio Hermanas de la Santa Cruz (Hermanas de la Santa Cruz Monastery)
- Museo de Artes e Historia de Los Toldos (Los Toldos Museum of Art and History)
- Aeroclub General Viamonte
- Vivero Escuela de Educación Especial Nº 501
Coordinates: 35°00′S 61°02′W / 35.000°S 61.033°W