|Gral. Patricio Escobar
|Founded||August 30 de 1901|
|• Intendente municipal||Eduardo Burgos|
|• Total||354 km2 (137 sq mi)|
|Elevation||121 m (397 ft)|
|• Density||22/km2 (60/sq mi)|
|Time zone||-4 Gmt|
|Area code(s)||(595) (531)|
Before its founding by decree, was called "Yukeri."
The average temperature is 21 °C, the highest in 39 the summer and the lowest in winter, 2.
Escobar has a total of 8,815 inhabitants, of which 4,645 males and 4,170 females, according to estimates by the Directorate General of Statistics, Census and Surveys.
Another economic activity is also cattle rising.
- Elementary School No. 669 "Lic. Rosa Marin de Gamarra"
- School "Emancipación Nacional"
It has a Health Centre, Police and Post Office. Several rural areas are part of District Escobar: Arroyo Pora, Chircal, Guazú-Cua, Mbocayaty, General Aquino.
It has an area of pools, spa Itá Coty, which offers a cool stream, down from the hills, surrounded by abundant vegetation and stones. Visitors can go on camping; there are canteens and sports fields to enjoy a pleasant experience.
It has a centuries-old "train station".
On October 1 patronal feast of Santa Teresa del Niño Jesús is made a procession through the main streets of the town, with caravan riders and the patron saints of the various chapels of companies Escobar.
Emigdio Ayala Báez, composer and musician, author of "Mi dicha lejana" and "A mi pueblito Escobar."
- Illustrated Geography of Paraguay, SRL Distributed Arami, 2007. ISBN 978-99925-68-04-0
- Geography of Paraguay, First Edition 1999, Publisher Hispanic Paraguay SRL.