Aguaray

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Aguaray
Ciudad Norte de Aguaray/Aguada del zorro
City
Aguaray is located in Argentina
Aguaray
Aguaray
Location of Aguaray in Argentina
Coordinates: 22°30′S 63°50′W / 22.500°S 63.833°W / -22.500; -63.833Coordinates: 22°30′S 63°50′W / 22.500°S 63.833°W / -22.500; -63.833
Country Argentina
Province Salta
Department General José de San Martín
Founded 1911
Government
 • Mayor DR.Alfredo Darouiche
Area
 • Total 280 km2 (110 sq mi)
Elevation 568 m (1,864 ft)
Time zone ART (UTC-3)
CPA base A4566
Dialing code +54 3875
Climate Cwa

Aguaray (Spanish pronunciation: [aɣwaˈɾai]) is a city in the province of Salta, General José de San Martín department, in northern Argentina. On the north border of the country of Bolivia and Salvador Mazza, south to the city of Tartagal

Climate[edit]

Climate data for Aguaray (1939–1990)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Daily mean °C (°F) 24.4
(75.9)
23.5
(74.3)
22.5
(72.5)
19.7
(67.5)
17.3
(63.1)
14.4
(57.9)
14.2
(57.6)
15.8
(60.4)
18.2
(64.8)
21.7
(71.1)
23.0
(73.4)
24.0
(75.2)
19.9
(67.8)
Average precipitation mm (inches) 226
(8.9)
179
(7.05)
172
(6.77)
98
(3.86)
22
(0.87)
10
(0.39)
3
(0.12)
5
(0.2)
7
(0.28)
49
(1.93)
105
(4.13)
194
(7.64)
1,070
(42.13)
Source: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria[1]

Abstract foundation[edit]

  • 1911, bad experience of the first oil drilling by the Bureau of Mines of the Nation
  • 1917,The former employees of the national distribution, is rooted in the place "Aguaray", dedicated to agriculture and livestock, timber and trade activity.
  • The first school began in 1925 of the teacher Laura Molina
  • 1924, the sister city is founded, Tartagal
  • 1928, the railway station was founded
  • 1938, founded the house of authority
  • 1939, foundation of the commissary
  • 1969, opens Hospital City of Aguaray Dr. Luis Guemes

Mayors of the city[edit]

  • Sr. Laudino Delgado
  • Sr. Julian Anad
  • Sr. Ernesto Aparicio
  • Sr. Sergio Nieva
  • Sr. Lauro Roman
  • Sr. Lucio Ledesma
  • Sr. Juan Salas
  • Sr. Rafael Bacha
  • Sr. Jose Osvaldo Zelarayan
  • Sr. Ismael Silva
  • Sr. Federico Gonzales
  • Sr. Tomas Ramos
  • Sr, Hector Carlos Alberto Elizaran
  • Sr. Armando Velasquez
  • Sr. Sergio Nieva
  • Sr. Luis Gutierrez
  • Sr. Ciro Guardatti
  • Sr. Horacio Cabeza
  • Sr. Guillermo Vazques
  • Sr. David Vera
  • Sr. Carlos Orellana Garcia
  • Sr. Reynaldo Chein
  • Sr. Emilio Ferreyra
  • Sr. Ernesto Morales
  • Sr. Alberto Nazer
  • Sr. Angel Eduardo Blasco
  • Sr. Enrique Campos
  • Sr. Alberto Creche
  • Sr. Roberto Alberto Carmuega
  • Sr. Juan de Juanini
  • Sr. Angel Eduardo Blasco
  • Sr. Luis Zabala
  • Sr. Gloria Delma Tejerina de Salvatierra
  • Sr, Jose Oscar Gil
  • Sr. Norman Domingo Monteros
  • Sr. Juan Carlos Alcoba.
  • Sr. Alfredo Darouiche. (present 2016)

School and education[edit]

  • School 4.324 Julio Ramon Pereyra (1925)
  • School 4.440 Maria Agapita Toro de Lahud (1928)
  • School 4.735 San Francisco de Asis (1934)
  • School 4.542 Dr. Roberto Lanzi (1941)
  • School 4.736 Mision la Loma (1944)
  • School 4.736 San Miguel Arcangel (1947)
  • School 4.525 de Timboirenda (1948)
  • School 4.100 San Jose de Yacuy (1955)
  • School 7.018 Nocturna Policarpo Segovia (1963)
  • School 4.134 Gauchos de Guemes (1963)
  • School 4.137 Virgen de Fatima (1964)
  • High school de comercio 5.006 Mariano Moreno (1964)
  • High School 3.120 de educación Tecnica (1966)
  • School 4.149 Dique Itiyuro 1968)
  • School 4.159 Regimiento 1 de infanteria Patricios de Campo Largo (1970)
  • School 4.175 de Macueta
  • School 4.210 Vicente Lopez y Planes (1973)
  • School 4.242 Monseñor Francisco de la Cruz Muguerza (1977)
  • BSPA 7.082 Republica Oriental del Uruguay (1988)
  • High School 3.143 educación Tecnica (1984)
  • School Technical 7.133 Monotecnica (1990)
  • High School 3.130 tecnica Emeta II (1992)
  • Tertiary school 7.052 Anexo de Educación Especial (1998)
  • School 8.178 de la familia Agricola, padre Ernesto Martearena (2001)
  • School 4.777 de el Algarrobal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Estadísticos de Precipitaciones y Balance Hídrico". Las Precipitaciones del Noroeste Argentino (in Spanish). Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria. Retrieved 3 April 2016. 

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