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Vista de ciudad de Necochea


Puente Quequen-Necochea

The district of Necochea is located in the southeast of the province of Buenos Aires, with a total surface of 4792 Square Kilometers. Its borders are the districts of Lobería, Tandil, Benito Juárez, González Chávez, San Cayetano and to the south with the Argentine Sea. The city head takes the same name, being located in the outlet of the right bank of the River Quequén Grande. The main economic activities of the region are the port, agriculture, industry and manufactures, tourism and trade. Earlier the district of Necochea was known as Rinconada del Quequén. The first traveler who described a map of the area was the Jesuit father Cardiel 238 years ago. In 1865, Governor Mariano Saavedra founded the district. Later, Victorio de La Canal was commended by the neighbors and this in turn requests Angel Murga to put an end to the administration of the Foundation of a town in the mouth of the River Quequén Grande and the sea. The city of Necochea was founded on October 12, 1881. The city is located in an area of temperate wet climate. The annual rain average is of 960 mm, being the month of March the most rainy. There are frequent winds from the north and northwest creating a pleasant climate in winter and hot in summer.

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