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Tres Arroyos

Tres Arroyos
City Hall
City Hall
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Location in Argentina
Location in Buenos Aires Province

Coordinates: 38°22′S 60°16′W / 38.367°S 60.267°W / -38.367; -60.267Coordinates: 38°22′S 60°16′W / 38.367°S 60.267°W / -38.367; -60.267{{#coordinates:38|22|S|60|16|W|type:city(47174)_region:AR|| |primary |name=

Country 23x15px Argentina
Province 24px Buenos Aires
Partido Tres Arroyos
Founded April 24, 1884
Elevation 98 m (322 ft)
Population (2012)
 • Total 47,174
CPA Base B 7500
Area code(s) +54 2983
Website Official Website

Tres Arroyos is a city in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It is the capital of the Tres Arroyos Partido.

The city has a sizable population of Dutch and Danish descent.


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This page is a soft redirect. Climate data for Tres Arroyos
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Archaeological site

Roughly 5 km from the city of Tres Arroyos lies the "Arroyo Seco" archaeological site, which is considered to be one of the oldest yet found in Argentina. Over 40 skeletons, presumably in burial positions, were found at the site, dated to estimated age of 9000 years B.P. The site includes tools, hunting implements and fossils of extinct mammals. Much of the extensive materials are on display at the José A. Mulazzi Municipal Museum, which includes reconstructions of how the people of the time lived.


The city is home to Huracán de Tres Arroyos, a football team playing in the regional leagues, but who played in the Argentine Primera as recently as 2004-05.


  1. ^ Climate figures, Servico Meteorológico National, Accessed December 30, 2011

External links

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