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No tae be ramfeeselt wi the autonomous ceety o Buenos Aires, the core ceety o Greater Buenos Aires.
Gran Buenos Aires
Greater Buenos Aires
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Ceeties Leet o ceeties in Greater Buenos Aires
Aurie
 • Metro 3,830 km2 (1,480 sq mi)
Population (INDEC 2010 Census[1]) 12,801,365 (24 partidos, plus Federal Destrict)
 • Metro 13,641,973 (includin partidos no yet conurbatit)
 • Metro density 3,342.39/km2 (8,656.8/sq mi)

Greater Buenos Aires (Spaingie: Gran Buenos Aires; GBA) is the urban agglomeration comprisin the autonomous ceety o Buenos Aires an the adjacent 24 partidos (municipalities) ower the Province o Buenos Aires. Thus, it does no constitute a single admeenistrative unit. The conurbation spreads sooth, wast an north o Buenos Aires ceety. Tae the east, the River Plate serves as a natural boondar.

Urban sprawl, especially atween 1945 an 1980, creatit a vast conurbation o 9,910,282 inhabitants in the 24 conurbated partidos, as of 2010, an a total o 12,801,365 includin the Ceety o Buenos Aires, a third o the total population o Argentinae.

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

The term Gran Buenos Aires ("Greater Buenos Aires") wis first offeecially uised in 1948, when Govrenor o Buenos Aires Province Domingo Mercante signed a bill delineatin as such a aurie coverin 14 coonties surroondin the Ceety o Buenos Aires.[2] The term is relatit tae ither expressions that are no necessarily well-defined an aw: the "Buenos Aires' conurbation" (Conurbano Bonaerense), the "Greater Buenos Aires Agglomeration" (Aglomerado Gran Buenos Aires), an the "Metropolitan Aurie o Buenos Aires" (Área Metropolitana Buenos Aires, AMBA).

Definition[eedit | eedit soorce]

Greater Buenos Aires

The Naitional Institute o Statistics an Censuses (INDEC) haes defined Greater Buenos Aires.[3] Thare are three main groups athin the Buenos Aires' Conurbation. The first twa groups (24 partidos) comprise the tradeetional conurbation, or the "conurbation proper". The third group o sax partidos is in process o becomin fully integratit wi the rest.

Rank Partido Seat 2010 Census[4] % growth from
2001 Census
[4]
* Buenos Aires 2,890,151 4.1
1 La Matanza San Justo 1,775,816 41.5
2 Lomas de Zamora Lomas de Zamora 616,279 4.2
3 Quilmes Quilmes 582,943 12.4
4 Almirante Brown Adrogué 552,902 7.2
5 Merlo Merlo 528,494 12.4
6 Lanús Lanús 459,263 1.4
7 Moreno Moreno 452,505 18.9
8 Florencio Varela Florencio Varela 426,005 22.1
9 General San Martín San Martín 414,196 2.8
10 Tigre Tigre 376,381 25.0
11 Avellaneda Avellaneda 342,677 4.2
12 Tres de Febrero Caseros 340,071 1.1
13 Berazategui Berazategui 324,344 12.6
14 Malvinas Argentinas Los Polvorines 322,375 10.9
15 Morón Morón 321,109 3.8
16 Esteban Echeverría Monte Grande 300,959 23.4
17 San Isidro San Isidro 292,878 0.5
18 San Miguel San Miguel 276,190 9.1
19 Vicente López Olivos 269,420 -1.7
20 José C. Paz José C. Paz 265,981 15.5
21 Hurlingham Hurlingham 181,241 5.2
22 Ituzaingó Ituzaingó 167,824 6.1
23 Ezeiza Ezeiza 163,722 37.8
24 San Fernando San Fernando 163,240 8.0

Leet o ceeties in Greater Buenos Aires[eedit | eedit soorce]

Greater Buenos Aires Metropolitan Rail Netwirk.
Rank Ceety Destrict Partido 2001 Census[5]
1 Buenos Aires  Buenos Aires 2,776,138
2 Merlo  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 244,168
3 Quilmes  Buenos Aires Province Quilmes 230,810
4 Banfield  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 223,898
5 José Clemente Paz  Buenos Aires Province José Clemente Paz 216,637
6 Lanús  Buenos Aires Province Lanús 212,152
7 Gregorio de Laferrère  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 175,670
8 Hurlingham  Buenos Aires Province Hurlingham 174,165
9 Berazategui  Buenos Aires Province Berazategui 167,498
10 González Catán  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 163,815
11 San Miguel  Buenos Aires Province San Miguel 157,532
12 Moreno  Buenos Aires Province Moreno 148,290
13 San Fernando  Buenos Aires Province San Fernando 145,165
14 Isidro Casanova  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 131,981
15 Bernal  Buenos Aires Province Quilmes 130,790
16 Florencio Varela  Buenos Aires Province Florencio Varela 120,678
17 Avellaneda  Buenos Aires Province Avellaneda 112,980[6]
18 Lomas de Zamora  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 111,897
19 Temperley  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 111,160
20 Monte Grande  Buenos Aires Province Esteban Echeverría 109,644
21 San Justo  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 105,274
22 Ituzaingó  Buenos Aires Province Ituzaingó 104,712
23 Castelar  Buenos Aires Province Morón 104,019
24 Rafael Castillo  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 103,992
25 Libertad  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 100,324
26 Ramos Mejía  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 97,076
27 Ezeiza  Buenos Aires Province Ezeiza 93,246
28 Morón  Buenos Aires Province Morón 92,725
29 Caseros  Buenos Aires Province Tres de Febrero 90,313
30 Parque San Martín  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 89,073
31 Burzaco  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 86,113
32 Grand Bourg  Buenos Aires Province Malvinas Argentinas 85,189
33 Monte Chingolo  Buenos Aires Province Lanús 85,060
34 San Francisco Solano  Buenos Aires Province Quilmes
Almirante Brown
81,707
35 Remedios de Escalada (Lanús)  Buenos Aires Province Lanús 81,465
36 La Tablada  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 80,389
37 Ciudad Madero  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 75,582
38 Olivos  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 75,527
39 El Palomar  Buenos Aires Province Morón
Tres de Febrero
74,757
40 Boulogne Sur Mer  Buenos Aires Province San Isidro 73,496
41 Ciudadela  Buenos Aires Province Tres de Febrero 73,155
42 Ciudad Evita  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 68,650
43 Bella Vista  Buenos Aires Province San Miguel 67,936
44 Wilde  Buenos Aires Province Avellaneda 65,881
45 Martínez  Buenos Aires Province San Isidro 65,859
46 Don Torcuato  Buenos Aires Province Tigre 64,867
47 Gerli  Buenos Aires Province Avellaneda
Lanús
64,640
48 Ciudad Jardín  Buenos Aires Province Tres de Febrero 61,780
49 Sarandí  Buenos Aires Province Avellaneda 60,752
50 Villa Tesei  Buenos Aires Province Hurlingham 60,165
51 Florida  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 59,844
52 Villa Domínico  Buenos Aires Province Avellaneda 58,824
53 Béccar  Buenos Aires Province San Isidro 58,811
54 Glew  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 57,878
55 Rafael Calzada  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 56,419
56 Mariano Acosta  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 54,081
57 Los Polvorines  Buenos Aires Province Malvinas Argentinas 53,354
58 Lomas del Mirador  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 51,488
59 Villa Centenario  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 49,737
60 William Morris  Buenos Aires Province Hurlingham 48,916
61 Longchamps  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 47,622
62 San Isidro  Buenos Aires Province San Isidro 45,190
63 Villa Adelina  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 44,587
64 San José  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 44,437
65 Villa de Mayo  Buenos Aires Province Malvinas Argentinas 43,405
66 General Pacheco  Buenos Aires Province Tigre 43,287
67 Villa Fiorito  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 42,904
68 Paso del Rey  Buenos Aires Province Moreno 41,775
69 Llavallol  Buenos Aires Province Lomas de Zamora 41,463
70 Tortuguitas  Buenos Aires Province Malvinas Argentinas
José C. Paz
41,310
71 Claypole  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 41,176
72 Valentín Alsina  Buenos Aires Province Lanús 41,155
73 Virreyes  Buenos Aires Province San Fernando 39,507
74 Victoria  Buenos Aires Province San Fernando 39,447
75 Pablo Nogués  Buenos Aires Province Malvinas Argentinas 38,470
76 Haedo  Buenos Aires Province Morón 38,068
77 San Antonio de Padua  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 37,775
78 Munro  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 35,844
79 Villa Ballester  Buenos Aires Province San Martín 35,301
80 Pontevedra  Buenos Aires Province Merlo 33,515
81 Villa Udaondo  Buenos Aires Province Ituzaingó 31,490
82 Villa La Florida  Buenos Aires Province Quilmes 31,268
83 Tigre  Buenos Aires Province Tigre 31,106
84 San Martín  Buenos Aires Province San Martín 28,339
85 Adrogué  Buenos Aires Province Almirante Brown 28,265
86 Tristán Suárez  Buenos Aires Province Ezeiza 27,746
87 Muñiz  Buenos Aires Province San Miguel 26,221
88 Villa Martelli  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 26,059
89 Villa Bosch  Buenos Aires Province Tres de Febrero 24,702
90 Villa Maipú  Buenos Aires Province San Martín 24,447
91 Vicente López  Buenos Aires Province Vicente López 24,078
92 Don Bosco  Buenos Aires Province Quilmes 20,876
93 Billinghurst  Buenos Aires Province San Martín 19,138
94 Martín Coronado  Buenos Aires Province Tres de Febrero 19,121
95 Villa Sarmiento  Buenos Aires Province Morón 17,737
96 Ranelagh  Buenos Aires Province Berazategui 15,262
97 Tapiales  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 15,148
98 Aldo Bonzi  Buenos Aires Province La Matanza 13,410

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Further readins[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Buzai, G.D. and Marcos, M. (2012). "The social map of Greater Buenos Aires as empirical evidence of urban models". Journal of Latin American Geography. Volume 11 Number 1, pp. 67-78, DOI 10.1353/lag.2012.0012
  • Keeling, D. (1996). Buenos Aires: Global Dreams, Local Crisis. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

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