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Tres de Febrero-5 things to do and see

Tres de Febrero is one of the one hundred and thirty five towns of the province of Buenos Aires. It is part of the urban area known as Gran Buenos Aires, reaching the west side of it. It is located northwest of Buenos Aires. It is declared Provincial Capital of Sport for all the achievements in sports industry and promoted events.

1. Citadel

Citadel is an area and railway station located in the southern part of Tres de Febrero in the western suburbs. It was known first as Rancho de Castro, then as Villa Liniers and finally Citadel. During the British invasions of Buenos Aires, Santiago de Liniers enlisted men, horses and other resources in the area. This names were lost, but all victims become heroes of this rail station.

3. Churruca


Churruca is a part of Tres de Febrero, in the western suburbs of Buenos Aires. It is a neighborhood of small houses, there are many shops and it is a urbanized area. Churruca is the newest town of Tres de Febrero. Located northwest, it is divided with Baccante area, where the town was formed and began to fill. It has only four thousand inhabitants.

5. The Liberator

The Liberator

The Liberator is a part of Tres de Febrero, in the north. The region is located near Parana River, and it has very low seismicity.

2. Caseros


Caseros is a part of Tres de Febrero, and located in the center of Tres de Febrero. Battle of Caseros was held here, and this battle is most known battle in Tres de Febrero. The lands that now belong to the towns of Caseros was delivered by Captain Juan in the second foundation of Buenos Aires. There were two camps settled here. It became property of Isidro Burgos who sold it. The lands were intended for cultivation and agriculture.

4. Ciudad Jardín Lomas del Palomar

Ciudad Jardín Lomas del Palomar

Ciudad Jardín Lomas del Palomar was also known as Garden area is a part of Tres de Febrero. The name of the town derives from the Palomar built in the late eighteenth century by Diego Home, which is still preserved in the Colegio Militar de la Nación. In 1904, Lieutenant General Paul Ricchieri laid the foundation stone of the present building of the Military College which opened in 1937 and which is located in this town.

Tres de Febrero has something special in the air, and you must visit it if you ever come in this part of the South America.

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