Hurlingham is a district made up by the following areas: William C. Morris, Hurlingham, and Villa Tesei.
Hurlingham is located in Western Greater Buenos Aires, 23 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
Hurlingham used to be a part of the old area of Moron. It is the smallest area in the whole of Greater Buenos Aires. Hurlingham dates back to the middle of the 19:th century when, in 1863, a flour mill was installed in the north-east corner of the district then known as Paso Morales.
The mill was installed by Louis Languevin, and the construction helped the area to develop faster. During that same time Nicola Machiavello constructed Hurlingham's first general store. These two facts were the main reasons that Hurlingham came to exist. The districts name, though, did not come from either the mill of the store, but from one of the areas clubs.
In 1888, English residents founded a club called the Hurlingham Club that was dedicated to Polo and "Hurlin," a sport similar to hockey and of Irish origin. The district, and its main city, were both named after this Irish sport, and the club that had it as its main attraction.
Asides from Hurlingham and Villa Tesei, the neighborhood of William C. Morris, is located in the district. This area had a notable growth during mid 19:th century thanks to immigration from the provinces of Argentina and bordering countries.
On December 28th 1994, by means of the Provincial Law Number 11,610/94 the area of Moron is divided into Moron, Ituzaingo and Hurlingham. A year later the municipality of Hurlingham is created keeping the laws of the old area of Moron.
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- Hurlingham limita con los partidos: Tres de Febrero, Morón, Ituzaingó; to the North of Greater Buenos Aires with: San Miguel.