Ituzaingó is a districts made up by the following areas: Parque Leloir, Ituzaingó Norte, Ituzaingó Sur, El Jaguel, Loma Verde, Villa Udaondo, and Villa Vitacal.
Ituzaingó is located in Western Greater Buenos Aires, 16 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
On January 4th, 1874, the train station named Ituzaingó was founded to remember the battle in which Argentinean forces lead by General Carlos Maria de Alvear defeated the Brazilian Empire, on February 20th, 1827. Ituzaingo is a word in the language guaraní that means "Water which falls abundantly at regular intervals." One of the first families to inhabit the area was the Leloir family, that with their plantation of more than 400,000 trees gave Ituzaingo recognition as an important natural reserve.
The Ituzaingó district was part of Moron up until 1994, when on December 28th, the district of Moron was divided into Hurlingham, Moron, and Ituzaingo and was made official by the provincial law Number 11,610.
Ituzaingó is located very near to the city of Buenos Aires, at the short distance of only 23 km, but still has the benefit of a large number of green spaces provided by the large variety trees in the area.
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- Ituzaingó limits with the areas of: Hurlingham, Morón, Merlo, Moreno; and in the North of Greater Buenos Aires with: San Miguel.