La Matanza is a district made up of the following areas: San Justo, Aldo Bonzi, Ciudad Evita, Ciudad Madero, González Catán, Gregorio de Laferrere, Isidro Casanova, La Tablada, Lomas del Mirador, Rafael Castillo, Ramos Mejía, Tapiales, Veinte de Junio, Villa Luzuriaga, and Virrey del Pino.
La Matanza is located in Western Greater Buenos Aires, 16 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
The municipality of La Matanza was founded on January 27th, 1856. In December the same year, the town of San Justo was founded and its civil center was constructed over donated plots of land.
In the year 1858 the train station General San Martín of the West Railway was constructed and inaugurated. The station was later be renamed to Ramos Mejía Station.
La Matanza has always been a district of low population, the first real demographic exposition it had took place in the 1930's with the immigration waves from Europe and the provinces of Argentina. This population was attracted by the industrial explosion that took place in Argentina during the 1940's and 1950's.
The process of urbanization started to change the pace of life as the jobs multiplied and the construction of neighborhoods took place.
Today La Matanza is an area of great contrast in which the middle class residential areas coexist with the ones with least resources.
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- La Matanza limits with the districts of:
Tres de Febrero,
Marcos Paz in Western Greater Buenos Aires;
In Southern Greater Buenos Aires with: Lomas de Zamora, Esteban Echeberria, Ezeiza, Cañuelas;
and with the following areas of City of Buenos Aires: Villa Riachuelo, Villa Lugano, Mataderos y Liniers.