Morón is a district made up of the following areas: Castelar, Morón, Haedo, El Palomar, and Rafael Castillo.
Morón is located in Western Greater Buenos Aires, 17 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
Morón's first inhabitants were the nomad people known as the "Querandies" that were attracted by the "Arroyo Moron" (Moron Stream) that supplied them with water.
During the middle of the 18:th century, a small rural town was formed around the Church "Nuestra Señora del Buen Viaje" (Our Lady of the Good Voyage). Through the years, there was some trouble between neighbors since the property limits were not properly fenced, and it was hard to tell where one ended and the other one started.
When the district called "Cañada de Morón" was founded in 1785, the mayor's main task was resolving problems between neighbors. The jurisdiction of the area reached up to the "Fortin de Lobos" (Wolves Fort). Between the years 1800 and 1805 the first division of Moron took place, creating the area called "Cañada de la Paja" reaching from Merlo up to Lobos. In 1806 the area of Merlo was reincorporated into Moron, but the city of San Salvador de Lobos remained independent of the jurisdiction of Moron.
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