Partido de Brandsen
Brandsen Partido in Buenos Aires Province
|Established||November 21, 1875|
|Founded by||Provincial law 994|
|Patron saint||Santa Rita de Cascia|
Brandsen is a north-eastern partido of the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. In 2001 the city and district had a population of 22,500 people. It covers an area of 1.126 km². The capital is also known as Brandsen.
Founded on November 21, 1875 it lies about 70 kilometres from Buenos Aires. The area was named after Argentine colonel, Federico de Brandsen, who was killed in the battle of Ituzaingó in the Cisplatine War.
- El Chaja
- Gobernador Obligado
- Las Golondrinas
- Los Bosquecitos
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