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|Municipality and village|
|Province||Entre Ríos Province|
It is named after Salvador Maciá (1855-1929), a physician and provincial governor.
There are 6,180 inhabitants ( DEC, 2001 ), representing a growth of 33.56% compared with 4,347 inhabitants ( DEC, 1991 ) the previous census.
National day of beekeeping
Takes place every year in the "Parque del Centenario"
- Ministerio del Interior (in Spanish)
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