Tres de Febrero is a district made up of the following areas: Ciudadela.
Tres de Febrero is located in Western Greater Buenos Aires, 16 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
Tres de Febrero, like the rest of the areas of Buenos Aires, had its lands distributed among the founders of the city by Juan de Garay. Tres de Febrero used to be part of what was known as the "Pago de las Conchas" (Land of the Shells) and then as "Curato de San Isidro" (The Curatorship of San Isidro). The lands that made "Pago de las Conchas" occupied what is today Tres de Febrero together with the areas of San Isidro, Vicente López, and San Martín in the Nothern Part of Greater Buenos Aires.
In the decade of the 1860's, San Martin got separated from San Isidro while Tres de Febrero stayed under the jurisdiction of San Martin. Then, in the year 1876 with the arrival of the railway the area began to grow and increase in population. The area that grew most during this period was the one called Caseros, because, until 1906, it was the only place that had a train station, around which the first important urban center was generated.
The military quarters of Campo de Mayo, Ciudadela, and the Military School (inaugurated in 1937), all had a great influence on the development of the area, and their location close to the city of Buenos Aires was also a decisive factor.
In 1958 the area of Caseros was founded incorporating Ciudadela, Santos Lugares, Ciudad Jardín Lomas del Palomar, and Sáenz Peña. Tres de febrero was created on lands from the area of Caseros in 1959 when the district was made independent of San Martin.
The last plots to be occupied were the ones in the areas of Loma Hermosa, El Libertador, Churruca, Remedios de Escalada, and 11 de Setiembre, that all completed their respective processes of urbanization around the year 1970.
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- Real Estate Tres de Febrero.
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- Tres de Febrero limits with the areas of:
Hurlingham in Western Greater Buenos Aires;
to the North of Greater Buenos Aires with: General San Martin and San Miguel;
and with the following areas of the city of Buenos Aires: Liniers, Versalles, Villa Real and part of Villa Devoto.