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Moreno Moreno Location in Greater Buenos Aires Coordinates: 34°39′S 58°47′W / 34.65°S 58.783°W / -34.65; -58.783 Country  Argentina Province Buenos Aires Partido Moreno Founded October 25, 1864 Elevation 14 m (46 ft) Population (2001 census [INDEC])  - Total 148,290 CPA Base B 1744 Area code(s) +54 237 Statue of Mariano Moreno (1778-1811), Argentine politician from whom the city takes its name. Catedral Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral), seat of the Diocese of Merlo-Moreno Amancio Jacinto Alcorta (1805-1862), owner of Estancia Paso del Rey. Moreno is a city in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It is the head town of Moreno Partido. It forms part of the Greater Buenos Aires urban conurbation and is located around 36 km (22 mi) to the west of the autonomous city of Buenos Aires. According to the 2001 census [INDEC], the population was 148,290. Moreno is bordered by Paso del Rey (east), Trujui and Cuartel V (north), Francisco Álvarez (west) and Merlo and Reconquista River (south). History The origin of the city goes back to 1860 when the Argentine railway company Camino de Hierro de Buenos Aires al Oeste opens a railway station in land donated by the politician and composer Amancio Jacinto Alcorta. External links (Spanish) Municipal information: Municipal Affairs Federal Institute (IFAM), Municipal Affairs Secretariat, Ministry of Interior, Argentina. (Spanish) Municipal website v · d · eGreater Buenos Aires First-level administrative divisions  Buenos Aires Autonomous City  Buenos Aires Province Buenos Aires Province partidos Almirante Brown · Avellaneda · Berazategui · Esteban Echevarría · Ezeiza · Florencio Varela · Hurlingham · Ituzaingó · José C. Paz · Lanús · Lomas de Zamora · La Matanza · Malvinas Argentinas · Merlo · Moreno · Morón · Quilmes · San Fernando · San Isidro · San Martín · San Miguel · Tigre · 3 de Febrero · Vicente López List of cities Autonomous City of Buenos Aires · Adrogué · Avellaneda · Banfield · Béccar · Bella Vista · Berazategui · Bernal · Billinghurst · Boulogne Sur Mer · Burzaco · Caseros · Castelar · Ciudad Evita · Ciudad Jardín · Ciudadela · Claypole · Dock Sud · Don Torcuato · El Palomar · Ezeiza · Florencio Varela · Florida · Haedo · General Pacheco · Gerli · Glew · González Catán · Gregorio de Laferrère · Grand Bourg · Hurlingham · Isidro Casanova · Ituzaingó · José C. Paz · Lanús · Llavallol · Libertad · Lomas del Mirador · Lomas de Zamora · Los Polvorines · Mariano Acosta · Martín Coronado · Martínez · Merlo · Monte Chingolo · Monte Grande · Moreno · Morón · Munro · Muñiz · Olivos · Pablo Nogués · Parque San Martín · Paso del Rey · Quilmes · Rafael Calzada · Rafael Castillo · Ramos Mejía · Remedios de Escalada · San Antonio de Padua · San Fernando · San Francisco Solano · San Isidro · San Justo · San Martín · San Miguel · Sarandí · Temperley · Tigre · Tortuguitas · Tristán Suárez · Valentín Alsina · Vicente López · Victoria · Villa Adelina · Villa Ballester · Villa Bosch · Villa Centenario · Villa Domínico · Villa Fiorito · Villa Maipú · Villa Martelli · Villa de Mayo · Villa Sarmiento · Villa Tesei · Villa Udaondo · Virreyes · Wilde · William C. Morris Coordinates: 34°39′04″S 58°47′24″W / 34.65111°S 58.79°W / -34.65111; -58.79 This article about a place in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e